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  • Learning from the Ups and Downs of the Stock Market

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • Keeping Perspective

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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    2020 will be a “Year of the Three Big E’s”

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • Are Student Loans the Next Big Bubble to Burst?

    Despite much uncertainty in the minds of many investors with respect to the path of interest rate hikes in the U.S., the ultimate impact of Brexit on England, Europe and the rest of the global economy and the outcome of the upcoming presidential election in the U.S., one thing remains certain thus far in 2016 – market leadership continues to change and evolve. ...

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  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Jobs Data Impresses while COVID-19 Data Concerns

    Global equity markets rallied following the release of a U.S. unemployment report that showed the rate of unemployed falling to 11.1%, much better than the consensus expectation of 12.4% unemployed, and 4.8 million in new jobs being created during the month of June. ...

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  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Manufacturing on the Rebound

    The U.S. equity rally was put on pause last week over concerns of a resurgence in COVID-19 cases in certain geographic areas. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index fell to a level of 3,009, representing a loss of 2.86%, while the Russell Midcap Index moved 3.31% lower last week. ...

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  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Cash is Piling Up

    April retail sales came in well above expectations, shocking economists and market pundits by registering a month-over-month increase of nearly 18%. All welcomed an upside surprise in retail sales as a potential sign that the current economic recovery is concretely underway, remembering that consumption makes up approximately 70% of annual U.S. GDP, and equity markets reacted accordingly....

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  • Last Week’s Markets in Review: Focus on the Fed

    Stocks rebounded from Thursday's sharp selloff, but it wouldn't be enough to offset a challenging week for the stock market. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index fell to a level of 3,041, representing a decrease of 4.73%, while the Russell Midcap Index moved 6.32% lower last week....

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