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    Is the Tide Now Shifting Toward International Equities?

    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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    Investors Beware of Trump Expectation Syndrome

    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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  • 5 Investment Themes to Consider for 2017

    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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    Happy New Year

    From our family at Hennion & Walsh to you and yours, best wishes for a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2017....

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  • Geopolitical Risks Shake Markets

    Stocks fell last week as geopolitical concerns roiled domestic equity markets. Both the S&P 500 and Russell Midcap Indexes lost 1.1% during the holiday shortened week while small cap stocks, as measured by the Russell 2000 Index, dropped 1.4%. “Risk-off” assets such as U.S. Treasuries and Gold served as a safe haven for investors over the course of the week. ...

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  • Investors Turn Focus to Earnings

    During the first week of the second quarter of 2017, the S&P 500 Index lost 0.2% in a volatile week of trading. Elsewhere domestically, the Russell Midcap Index fell 0.6% while the Russell 2000 Index lost 1.5%. Real Estate and Energy stocks were the best performing sectors to start the quarter with gains of 0.7% and 0.6% respectively. Weakness in the equity markets caused yields on bonds to fall on the week, increasing demand for dividend paying stocks and leading to Real Estate’s relative outperformance. ...

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    Strong 1st Quarter for Investors

    Stocks finished the first quarter (Q1) on a relatively strong note with the S&P 500 Index gaining 0.8%. With last week’s rebound, the S&P 500 Index managed to gain 6.1% during the quarter. ...

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  • Volatility Returns as Investors Start to Rethink the “Trump Trade”

    The S&P 500 Index fell 1.4% last week and snapped its streak of over 100 trading days without a loss of 1% or more. The shallow selloff was a bit steeper for the Russell Midcap Index which fell 1.5% and the Russell 2000 Index which fell 2.6%....

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