LPL Financial Research Midyear Outlook 2020

LPL Research’s Midyear Outlook 2020

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LPL Financial Research is looking ahead for new ways to face current challenges and prepare for better times. Use our Midyear Outlook 2020 to chart a path to eventual economic and market recovery. Plus, learn how stocks may predict the next president!

Although the economy appears to be bouncing back quickly now, the truth is it might take a long time to get back to the level of output we saw in early 2020. The final part of the economy’s comeback, like building a house, may take longer than we expect.

- LPL Financial Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer Burt White

Midyear Outlook 2020: The Trail to Recovery

LPL Financial Research’s “Midyear Outlook 2020: The Trail to Recovery” is now available in digital and printer-friendly versions. The report contains updated investment insights and market guidance for 2020.

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Midyear Outlook 2020 highlights

At the midpoint of 2020, we’re mindful that it’s been an extremely challenging year so far in the United States and around the globe. We’re in the midst of a pandemic that continues to impact all of us, our communities, and our economies. Together we’re looking ahead for new ways to face these challenges and how we can prepare now for better times.

LPL Research’s Midyear Outlook 2020 provides our updated views of the pillars for investing—the economy, bonds, and stocks. As the headlines change daily, look to these pillars, or trail markers, and the Midyear Outlook 2020 to help provide perspective on facing these challenges now and preparing to move forward together.

Also, read our special “Election 2020” section to find out how the economy has predicted the winning president every year going back to 1924.

Chart - Stock performance ahead of the election could signal the outcome

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