Wealth Management — Apr 26, 2023
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s Dan Skelly believes there are three “known unknowns” that equity investors are too complacent about: 1) the effect of slowing regional bank lending on commercial real estate, small businesses and the economy; 2) potentially increased market volatility around the U.S. debt ceiling debate; and 3) the Fed’s choice between fighting inflation and favoring short-term growth.
Watch his appearance on Bloomberg to learn more about his views and the implications for investors.
Dan Skelly is Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s Head of Market Research and Strategy, and a regular contributor to Bloomberg and other financial news outlets. He is a voracious reader, researcher and source of ideas.
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