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Broad-based global equity indexes appreciated in the fourth quarter, even as investor sentiment continued to deteriorate. Fear of the future is palpable these days, but historically crisis has created opportunities. According to the latest BofA Fund Manager Survey, cash levels are at their highest since the 9/11 crisis in 2001, and investors are overweight bonds for the first time since April 2009.
ARK CEO and CIO Cathie Wood, Chief Futurist Brett Winton, and Venture Fund Leads William Summerlin and Max Friedrich present ARK's rationale for entering the venture capital space, discuss our venture portfolio and answer the most frequently asked questions we receive. Please note: this video was recorded on December 22, 2022. Invest Today!
Broad-based global equity indexes, such as the S&P 500 and the MSCI World Index, finished lower after a volatile quarter, as investor sentiment flipped from a potential Fed pivot to a global recession in the face of hawkish central banks around the world. Innovation stocks, particularly those outside the broad-based indexes, rallied during the first half of the quarter before succumbing to significant selling pressure following Chairman Powell’s Jackson Hole speech.
Broad-based global equity indexes depreciated significantly during the second quarter as global recession fears boiled to a tipping point, damaging consumer, business, and investor confidence. Innovation stocks, particularly those outside the broad-based indexes, were particularly hard hit during the first half of the quarter before succumbing to significant weekly price swings during the second half.
Broad-based global equity indexes depreciated significantly during the first quarter as macro headwinds hurt consumer, business, and investor confidence. Innovation stocks, particularly those not listed on broad-based indexes, were punished disproportionately in response to investor fears of higher inflation and interest rates.