The Fed may need to factor in jobs growth into monetary policy plans.
Strong job growth has investors seeing a rate hike late this year.
Good news: The labor force participation rate is rising.
Despite weak wage growth, the Fed is still on track to raise rates this summer.
Corporate earnings and a strong economy are supporting the stock market.
Historically, most pandemics have had little negative market impact.
The September jobs report was better than expected. Here’s what it means for investors.
Equity valuations are on the high side and volatility is low.
Stocks continue to have productive long-term return potential.
The Fed will gradually wind down its quantitative easing programs.