Markets Didn’t Rally?

Markets Didn’t Rally?

Markets Didn’t Rally? As Tom Petty often sang, “The waiting is the hardest part.” Whether it’s waiting for college acceptance letters, medical test results, employment offers, or Federal Reserve monetary policy changes, waiting can produce a lot of anxiety. A...
2 Key Drivers of Investing Success

2 Key Drivers of Investing Success

When it comes to long-term asset-building and investing success, what actions really matter? From concerns over global markets, politics and bubbles to worries about inflation, taxes and fees, there are many things on investors’ minds today. But, in actuality,...
U.S. Stocks Leave Investors Bruised

U.S. Stocks Leave Investors Bruised

U.S. Stocks Finish Higher, But Leave Investors Bruised U.S. stock markets finished last week higher than they started it, but the five-day ride was awfully bumpy. (ICYMI – Jonathan’s video commentary on recent volatility) Concerns about China’s slowing...

Weekly Perspectives – February 3rd, 2014

The Markets If investors were fishermen, they’d probably toss January 2014 right back into the stream. At the end of the month, U.S. stocks (S&P 500) had lost 3.6 percent of their value, according to Barron’s. Other asset classes hadn’t fared...

Weekly Perspective, February 13, 2012

The Markets Who should you believe, Warren Buffett or Bill Gross? Buffett and Gross are generally recognized as two of the world’s greatest investors. Buffett made his name in equities while Gross made his name in bonds as the head of Pimco, a trillion-dollar...
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