What’s Up with the Market – April 2019

What’s Up with the Market – April 2019

Last month we left off at a clear technical crossroads for the market as we were retesting the 2800 level on the S&P 500. We questioned whether this level would be resistance and send us back into the 2700-2800 range or if it could be support that would bounce us...
What’s Up with the Market – March 2019

What’s Up with the Market – March 2019

Just as I’m writing another newsletter with no real excitement or market-driving news, this past Friday gives us a jolt to the downside by 460 points as the yield curve inverted and the Mueller investigation wraps up. Now we find ourselves back at the same market...
What’s Up with the Market- February 2019

What’s Up with the Market- February 2019

Since we left off last month, the market continues to melt higher with its 8th consecutive week of gains. For those who were “greedy when others were fearful” in December have been greatly rewarded with returns of over 15% since Christmas in the S&P 500 as the Fed...
What’s Up with the Market – January 2019

What’s Up with the Market – January 2019

In the midst of last month’s market bloodbath, we ended the newsletter with my favorite investment quote, “be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy.” For those that happened to do just that, they have been rewarded with the market up 10%...
What’s Up with the Market – December 2018

What’s Up with the Market – December 2018

We ended last month’s newsletter saying “that this correction feels different.” Well different may have been an understatement. Not only did a Santa Claus rally fail to happen, he may have left investors with more than a lump of coal in their stocking.The markets...
What’s Up with the Market – November 2018

What’s Up with the Market – November 2018

It’s Time to Respect Risk AgainSince we left off last month, the market is still going through a “tantrum” as it adjusts to higher interest rates. During this time, investors have been harshly reminded that stocks do have risk involved after years of running...

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