Yesterday, FOMC Chairman Jerome Powell touted solid economic growth absent significant inflationary pressures. Powell stated that the Fed will continue to raise rates gradually “for now,” which investors took as a sign the Fed may pause in the rate hike cycle sooner than many anticipated. Powell’s testimony reinforces our core belief that any volatility generated from trade war fears will be short-term in nature and represents a buying opportunity, not a reason to sell.
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