The Kavar Canvas is an medium for sharing insights into the meanderings of markets, the “dismal science” of economics and the psychology of investors. Its intent is to dive deeply into a specific and timely concept or two that is littering the financial landscape. We hope you enjoy reading the Canvas as much as we enjoy writing it!
When the closing bell rang on Friday, we put to bed the first third of the “new” year. A strong week in the financial markets confined April’s showers to the weather map, as both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 posted... Read More →
When my children were younger and smaller, there was widespread neighborhood concern about the safety of those new spring-loaded, high-netted and higher-flying backyard trampolines. Not only, the wary warned, could there be issues with the integrity of the assembly, but so too with the... Read More →
Since it has received such little media attention of late, it has been easy to forget that the presidential election is just over 2 months away…….Ha! OK, bad joke…..I just wish it was a bad dream! Despite the historically low favorability ratings1 of the major... Read More →
I thought the best April Fool’s Joke that I heard last week was that Thursday was the end of the first quarter of 2016…..Only 3 months? Impossible – Not falling for it! With the intensity of the market’s traversing, the vexing amount of volatility... Read More →
If interest rates were baseball players, and Janet Yellen, their coach, it’s easy to envision the invocation of John Fogerty’s snappy sports sonnet, “Centerfield.” Channeling the ringing refrain: “.…put me in coach, I’m ready to play….today,” several players in the capital mar-kets line-up have... Read More →