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CNBC No. 1 financial advisor: How to navigate an ‘unusual’ market
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Entering 2023, headline inflation was running at 6.5%, and the unemployment rate was at a half-century low of 3.5%. Ninety-eight percent of CEOs were preparing for a recession in the year ahead, according to the Conference Board’s CEO Confidence Survey. This pessimism was well founded by the economic assumption that there is supposed to be a short-term tradeoff between inflation and unemployment. The cost of lowering inflation has historically been higher unemployment. When people lose their jobs – or worry about losing their jobs – they rein in spending, which leads to reduced demand and, ultimately, lower prices. This is how the economy operated the last time the Federal Reserve battled high inflation in the 1970s. Fifty years ago, the result was a deep recession, an extended period of muted economic growth, and higher prices aptly labeled stagflation.
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International markets lost value during the third quarter, as economic concerns mounted in many major economies. The MSCI EAFE Index returned -4.1% during the quarter. Value led again this quarter as Financials, which is the largest sector weight in the index, exceeded the benchmark by nearly 500bps.
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TWST: Could you tell me about the firm?
Mr. King: Luther King Capital Management is a registered investment advisory firm, based in Fort Worth, Texas, with offices in Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin, principally serving the taxable space that represents about 70% to 75% of our assets under management. And we are an active manager in both the public equity space, as well as fixed income, and an expanding private equity effort as well.
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