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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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  • 2019 Theme of “Slowing but Growing” Continues

    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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  • Forecasts

    Consumer Spending Continues to Drive Earnings and Economic Growth

    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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  • China

    Could the Trade War Escalation Create an Attractive Entry Point for Investors?

    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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  • U.S./China Trade Agreement: Phase 1

    Global equity markets finished last week higher in the aggregate after retreating for three consecutive weeks. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index rallied to a level of 2970, representing a gain of 0.66%, while the Russell Midcap Index fell 0.83% for the week....

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  • Economic Data Releases Caused Markets to Whipsaw Last Week

    Global equity markets finished lower for the third consecutive week. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index fell to a level of 2952, representing a loss of 0.30%, while the Russell Midcap Index retreated 0.63%. The Russell 2000 Index, a measure of the Nation’s smallest publicly traded firms, gave up the most ground of the three market capitalizations with a drop of 1.28% for the week. ...

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  • Washington Headlines Attract Investors Attention as 3rd Quarter Comes to a Close

    Global equity markets finished in the red last week after a choppy trading session. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index fell to a level of 2962, representing a loss of 0.98%, while the Russell Midcap Index gave back 1.09% for the week...

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  • Should the Federal Reserve have Cut Interest Rates by another 0.25%?

    Global capital markets took a break from a multi-week expansion, retreating moderately last week. In the U.S., the S&P 500 Index fell to a level of 2992, representing a loss of 0.49%, while the Russell Midcap Index fell 0.27% for the week. ...

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