Yearly Archives: 2015

  • Happy New Year

    Happy New Year

    With the New Year upon us, we would like to send wishes to you and yours for a very happy 2016. Ringing in a New Year can mean new dreams, new goals and new resolutions, and we hope you realize ... Read More

  • Investors Await

    Investors Await Santa’s Arrival

    Now that the Federal Reserve (Fed) has finally moved the market beyond the discussion of when the initial rate hike will take place with their increase of the Federal Funds Target Rate by 25 Basis Points (0.25%) yesterday, we believe ... Read More

  • rising interest rates and bonds

    Bonds Can Still Perform when Interest Rates Rise

    At Hennion & Walsh, we believe bonds offer income-oriented investors a reliable stream of income and protection against fluctuations in interest rates when held to maturity. Bonds, including Municipal, Government, or Corporate bonds, can also offer compounded growth opportunities when ... Read More

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    May the good things of life be yours in abundance not only at Thanksgiving but throughout the coming year From our family at Hennion & Walsh to yours, we wish you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving holiday ... Read More

  • investment

    Investment Themes to Consider for the Remainder of 2015

    We contend that the market is poised for a strong finish this year (some of which we have seen already thus far in the beginning stages of the 4th quarter) following a volatile finish to the 3rd quarter. There is even some historical precedent for such strong calendar year finishes, regardless of the performance of the stock market during the month of September of the 3rd quarter overall. ... Read More

  • Veterans Day

    Thoughts on Veterans Day…

    “This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave” – Elmer Davis Today and everyday, we thank all the men and women who have served our great country.   ... Read More

  • Inflation

    How long does the Fed wait until Inflation Returns?

    Inflation can be defined as a general upward price movement of goods and services in an economy over a period of time. In general, when the price levels rise, each unit of currency within an economy buys fewer goods and ... Read More

  • Rates still likely to Rise in 2015 but Expect Low Rates for the Foreseeable Future

    While Janet Yellen conceded that the projections for future U.S. economic growth and the current state of the U.S. labor market provided for a valid argument that an initial increase to the Federal Funds Target Rate was now warranted, however ... Read More

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