2023 Market Outlook: LPL Research Takes a Look at the Year Ahead


By: LPL Financial Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation Committee

2022 was a dizzying year as markets and the global economy continued to find itself out of balance due to the still present aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the policy response to it. If 2022 was about recognizing imbalances that had built in the economy and starting to address them, we believe 2023 will be about setting ourselves up for what comes next as the economy and markets find their way back to steadier ground. The process of finding balance may continue to be challenging and we may even see a recession, but underlying fundamentals could create opportunities in stock and bond markets that were difficult to find in 2022.

Read the full commentary here: weekly-market-commentary-01.03.2023


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