Talk Your Book: But What Happens Tomorrow?

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We spoke with State Street’s Michael Arone about the election, the vaccine, government debt and market cycles. Be sure to check out Michael’s monthly newsletter, Uncommon Sense.

We discuss:

  • Was the vaccine priced in?
  • How low expectations helped stocks
  • Will the government ever be able to slow its spending?
  • Are markets addicted to government spending?
  • Do deficits matter?
  • Why more debt leads to lower growth rates
  • Are low rates, low growth and low inflation here to stay?
  • What happens to markets if rates stay low?
  • Who actually gets hurt from higher government debt?
  • Which sectors could benefit from a Biden presidency?
  • Will technology continue to outperform?
  • Why tech has turned into the safety trade
  • Are low rates the biggest headwind to value stocks?
  • Why is so much money going into bond funds?
  • What kind of rebound could we see post-pandemic?
  • Is this another value head-fake?
  • What could actually cause higher rates?
  • Who matters more: the president or central banks?

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