Market Commentary

Market Commentary

Monthly Market Commentary - July 2021

Monthly Market Commentary – July 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 Aug 2021

Last Year’s Stock Market Rally Extends into 2021 Last year’s stock market rally was an explosive recovery that saw the...
Quarterly Market Commentary - July by Everspire

Quarterly Market Commentary – July 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 Jul 2021

House Price Explosion The pandemic has created long-lasting distortions in the economy. Fiscal stimulus checks and generous jobless benefits have...
Monthly Market Commentary - May

Monthly Market Commentary – May 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 Jun 2021

A Four-Letter Word Called Inflation Most have heard the question, “Is too much of a good thing, still a good...
Monthly Marketing Commentary- April

Monthly Market Commentary – April 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 May 2021

A Robust Economic Rebound It’s been one year since the Covid pandemic pushed the economy off a cliff. Fast forward...
Quarterly Market Commentary April

Quarterly Market Commentary – April 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 Apr 2021

Looking Back—One Year Later It has been one year since the World Health Organization declared the Covid outbreak a pandemic....
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Monthly Market Commentary – February 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 Mar 2021

Too Much of a Good Thing? Treasury Yields Rise The Federal Reserve is in no mood to raise interest rates....
January Monthly Market Commentary by Everspire

Monthly Market Commentary – January 2021

By Joshua Jones | 01 Feb 2021

Drama on Wall Street The major market indexes have had a very strong run since bottoming last March. We saw...
2021 Annual Market Commentary by Everspire

Annual Market Commentary – 2020

By Joshua Jones | 01 Jan 2021

Never Bet Against America 2020 tested America like no other year. It was as if the perfect storm made landfall...
November Monthly Market Commentary 2020 by Everspire

Monthly Market Commentary – November 2020

By Joshua Jones | 01 Dec 2020

An Election and Vaccines A bitter election has ended. Some are jubilant, some are bitterly disappointed. Both candidates had avid...