Midyear Market Update: How has the first half of 2022 set the stage for the rest of the year?

By nearly any measure, the first half of the year has been extremely challenging for investors, with negative returns across all asset classes. But even as the bumpy ride continues, silver linings are emerging.

In our latest video, JNBA Chairman and CEO Richard S. Brown, Director of Investment Management David Webb, and Senior Advisors and Investment Strategists Michael Bilotta and John Foster discuss what JNBA’s Investment Committee is looking for now that earnings season is here. In this 14-minute conversation, the team covers everything from inflation to the threat of recession to bond returns and potential opportunities for investors to turn lemons into lemonade.

Click the image above to watch this 14-minute discussion.

If you’d prefer to listen to an audio-only version of this discussion, click below.

And, as always, if you have questions or need anything, please do not hesitate to contact your JNBA Advisory Team.

(A written transcript of the podcast is available by contacting your JNBA Advisory Team.)

 

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