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Monthly Market Pulse

There was no reprieve in April for stocks or bonds, with bonds arguably the bigger story. Given the dynamics of fixed income securities — prices move opposite to interest rates — they didn’t fare well in the face of sharply rising Treasury yields.

Monthly Market Review

While February began with eyes on Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Powell’s hawkish stance, inflation and a focus on the job market, the resounding theme was Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in the last week of the month. As this evolved from a low likelihood event to a distressing reality, markets adopted a risk-off stance.

A dangerous situation in Ukraine

For the second time in less than 10 years, Russian forces have waged a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, their neighbor to the west. As investors, it’s necessary to assess the potential market and economic implications; however, we would first acknowledge and emphasize that the impact on human lives is far more important, and our thoughts are with the people and families in harm’s way.

Discover the Choreo advantage

We are passionate about improving the well-being of our clients, their families and everyone in our communities. This brief document shares what we believe in, what we focus on, and how we deliver integrated wealth and advisory solutions for our clients.

How history rhymes

Diversified portfolios have frustrated many investors following an extended period of dominance by large cap U.S. equities, driven by a small cohort of technology and tech-based consumer stocks.

Asset management process

At Choreo, we believe a well-designed portfolio is goals-based, thoughtfully allocated, globally diversified, risk-focused and delivered in a disciplined manner. This approach is intended to add value and reduce risk, simplifying your financial life and freeing you to enjoy the true wealth of life.

Choreo’s reporting and aggregation services

High-net-worth families need timeliness, visibility and accuracy to effectively manage their investment portfolios.Unfortunately, family leadership is often forced to rely on dated quarterly investment performance information.