MARKETS & INVESTING
November 21, 2022
Review the latest Weekly Headings by CIO Larry Adam.
Happy Turkey Day! As we approach Thanksgiving, it’s the perfect time to reflect on all we are grateful for. From an investor’s perspective, this year’s bear market will certainly not make this list. But even though it has been a challenging year performance-wise, we still believe that investors have a cornucopia of economic and financial market blessings to count! Before we celebrate with family and friends, we’re sharing our Top 10:
The American Farm Bureau Federation indicated in their annual report that the cost ($64.05) of a Thanksgiving Day dinner for 10 people (plus leftovers of course) is up 20% from last year. While our budgets may not be thankful for this pricier feast, I think we are all willing to pay a price to be surrounded by our nearest and dearest for the holiday once again. Above all, we are grateful for the opportunity to share our outlook and investment insights with you. On behalf of Raymond James, we wish you and your families a Happy Thanksgiving, and we hope you have many reasons to be thankful this year and all the years to come.
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