Category Archives: economic recovery

What an interesting September this has been. Rewarding, too.

September, in the markets at least, is over for this year.  As I wrote earlier in the month, this past month tends to be the roughest one of the year.  But not this year. Not only is it over, it … Continue reading

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September is the roughest month of the investment year.

Yesterday marked the 8-1/2 year anniversary of the great bull market that is still going on. On March 9, 2009, the S&P 500 reached its closing low of 676.53. The previous Friday, March 6, 2009, the index touched its sinister-sounding … Continue reading

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Now this is what real financial news would look like

Honestly, so much of life is the same thing over and over. It might even be described as boring. But doing it well and doing it for others is honorable work. Take a look at this article by a gentleman, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on our not-so-new President and markets

It’s now a little more than six months since President Trump was sworn in. World markets show that of 76 countries, stock markets around the world have risen an average of 8% since Trump’s inauguration. Of all 76, all but … Continue reading

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What does the the second half of 2017 look like for investors?

There’s much to unsettle us these days in economics, politics, society, and international affairs.  North Korea is up there near the top of the list for many.  Slow economic growth with sticky wage appreciation for others.  Changing societal mores and … Continue reading

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