• Just New All-Time Highs

    January 13, 2020

    The bears tried their best to break the market Tuesday night on the anticipated Iranian attacks but it didn’t last long. Iran quickly backed down once the news of a mistaken attack on a Ukrainian passenger jet surfaced.



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  • New Year, Markets and News

    January 6, 2020

    Thirteen months ago we had Trade Wars, a Government Shutdown, Fed Tightening and broken Credit Market worries to take with us on our winter holidays. Last month was much different and I hope that your only concern was finding the right sized ski boots or flip-flops. Of course it would have been completely worry free if not for the New Year’s drone strike which has raised tensions in the Middle East.

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  • Whoosh....

    December 16, 2019

    That gust of wind you felt last week was the rush of the markets caused by the China and North American trade deals, a Conservative landslide in the U.K., and the Fed announcing that they are going to the beach for the entirety of 2020. With these three big items checked off of Santa’s list, the markets and their elves can now go on holiday to hit the beach, snow, movie theater or to wherever your kids might pull you.

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  • Art Week

    December 9, 2019

    A banana duct-taped to a wall for $120,000? There is clearly too much money in this world. With markets at all-time highs and volatility non-existent, another title for the art pictured above could be “The Risk-Averse Investor in 2019”.


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  • Holiday Retail Special

    December 2, 2019

    As you wind up your Cyber Monday shopping, we thought it would be interesting to focus in on some of the current trends in retail and take a look at what the stock market is seeing in the stocks. So grab a cup of eggnog, turn on your Netflix fire log and read on.

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