Fed

Fed Note: May 2022

The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee turned more aggressive in this month’s meeting by raising the key fed funds interest rate by 0.50%—for the first time in over twenty years by that amount—to a new range of 0.75-1.00%. There were no dissents.

cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency Investments: A Primer

Cryptocurrencies are digital assets, based on multi-user computer networks, which employ new ‘blockchain’ technology. These are unique from the physical assets we commonly think of and invest in, such as real estate, oil, metals, or shares of company stock. Unlike those physical assets, crypto is held in digital form, similar to how one would store computer files.

Ukraine

Market Update: Ukraine Conflict

A quick note from The H Group…With Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine, markets are experiencing increased volatility as they try to price in the geopolitical fallout.  We do anticipate volatility may remain high until there is a better understanding of how far Putin’s plans may span and the extent of which sanctions may be applied by the West.