We're pleased to share some highlights from Vanguard's September 2021 Market Perspectives, along with a link to the full article.
- Vanguard sees a number of forces aligning that should spur a strong upswing in U.S. employment in the coming months. As formidable as the COVID-19 Delta variant appears to be, its effect on economic output in the United States so far has been minimal.
- Vanguard believes that inflation will remain above the Fed's 2% inflation target until the spring of 2022.
- Vanguard's long-term return projections show value stocks in the U.S. with higher expected returns than growth stocks, and international stocks having higher expected returns than U.S stocks.
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