Risk and The Post-Thanksgiving Food Coma

Risk and The Post-Thanksgiving Food Coma

FIRST, THE FOOD COMA IS A MYTH.  According to WebMD, the amino acid L-Tryptophan is not responsible for Americans’ post-Thanksgiving food coma. The real culprit is overeating. So, last week’s post-feast sleepiness can be blamed on big appetites. And, this might not be...
Markets React to Trump

Markets React to Trump

Surprise, Surprise! The Markets reaction was unexpectadly and remarkably sanguine following the election of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States. There was a moment of panic. As election results rolled in on Tuesday, Gold prices rose and Treasury yields...
Elections and Stock Markets

Elections and Stock Markets

THE U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IS MOVING THE STOCK MARKET? Elections often produce market volatility because markets hate uncertainty, and there is nothing certain about the outcome of the U.S. election. Election-induced volatility, however, often is relatively...
Calm(ish) Markets in Third Quarter

Calm(ish) Markets in Third Quarter

Markets were relatively calm during the third quarter of 2016 They were able to deliver some attractive returns overall and all eyes remain fixed on central banks. In the United States, all three major U.S. indices posted record highs twice during a single 7-day...

2016 Half-Time Report 3 of 3 – Where We May Be Going

2016 Half-Time Report – Where We May Be Going Jonathan K. DeYoe, a 20 year veteran of capital markets, discusses the global markets and events that effected the global economy up through mid-year 2016 and offers some of his ideas on how those events might unfold...

2016 Half-Time Report 2 of 3 – Where We Are

2016 Half-Time Report – Where We Are Jonathan K. DeYoe, a 20 year veteran of capital markets, discusses the global markets and events that effected the global economy up through mid-year 2016 and offers some of his ideas on how those events might unfold and...
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