Category Archives: Municipal bonds

  • Celebrating 26 Years

    Since our founding in 1990, Hennion & Walsh has maintained a steadfast commitment to advocating for the individual investor. Our motivation in starting the business was to change the experience of the individual investor – one that has been long defined by a lack of benefits, resources and services that institutional investors enjoyed ... Read More

  • Forecast

    7 Key Forecasts for 2016

    While 2016 may end up looking a lot like 2015 in terms of stock market returns in the U.S., intermittent periods of stock market volatility, endless debates over potential Federal Reserve interest rate hikes and overseas economic uncertainty, we believe ... 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

  • 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

  • A Choppy September Could Lead into a Strong 4th Quarter

    Coming off of a volatile month of August, where the S&P 500 index fell by over 6% on a total return basis, many stock market investors are looking for indications of what lies ahead for the final four months of ... Read More

  • The Stock Market is Fairly Valued

    Many have argued for quite some time that the stock market is overvalued and long overdue for a correction. While it may be true that the stock market recovery has significantly outpaced the economic recovery since the most recent stock ... Read More

  • Is this THE Big Market Correction?

    In addition to global economic contagion fears related to ongoing activities in China and market impact fears over what was presumed to be a likely interest rate hike by the Fed in September, we believe that a large part of ... Read More

  • International Equities

    International Equities are Looking More Attractive to Investors

    We believe that the prospects for continued economic growth, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), in the U.S. in 2015 are strong but remain skeptical about the ability of the U.S. economy to exceed 3% annualized GDP growth this ... Read More

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