Harbor Capital Appreciation Inv
Latest Harbor Capital Appreciation Inv News and Updates
How a Slowing Economy Impacts the US Labor Market
The health of the US labor market is possibly the primary reason the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) had confidence to raise interest rates in December 2015
Consumer Spending Is Going Great, but Business Spending Isn’t
The US economic engine isn’t chugging along rapidly, but it isn’t at a standstill either.
Which Investments Have Hurt the Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund the Most in 2016?
The Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund Investor Class has tanked by 3.5% YTD in 2016, making it the second-worst performer YTD among our 12 funds.
Inside the Portfolio Changes in the Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund so Far in 2016
HCAIX’s assets were invested across just 60 holdings as of June 2016, and it was managing assets worth $24.6 billion as of the end of June.
Policymakers Expect US GDP to Grow Moderately
Most FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) participants expect real GDP (gross domestic product) to pick up the pace in 2017—compared to 2016.
US Consumer Spending Not a Worry, but Business Spending Is
Growth in consumer spending slowed down from a 2.4% pace in 4Q15 to a 1.9% pace in 1Q16.
What Is Cyclical Investing?
When we say that a stock is cyclical, it means that its price has a sizable correlation with the phases of the business cycle.
Should You Consider US Large-Cap Mutual Funds in 2016?
As investors, we look for strength in numbers. That was why we chose the 12 largest US large-cap mutual funds for this review.
Why Monitoring the US Labor Market Is Important in 2016
The US economy will look to increased consumer spending to keep growing. For consumer spending to remain healthy, the labor market must remain strong.
Policymakers Expect the Unemployment Rate to Fall Further
The central tendency of the unemployment rate for 2016 was projected to range between 4.7% and 4.9% in September. This was reduced to 4.6%–4.8% in December.