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Weekly Update: Fed Blinks on Brexit Fears

Markets fell on Brexit fears and concerns about the Fed’s dovish statements, giving the Dow its worst week in a month.[1]...

Mid Quarter Alert/Update: Commodities Surge Above US Equities

For the first time since 2011, the Commodity asset class finds itself among the top two spots of the Asset Class...

To Brexit or not to Brexit? Much ado about nothing?

UK voters will decide on whether to remain a part of the European Union (EU) on June 23.  What’s all the...

Apple and S&P 500 Take a Breather – Did March Flowers Bring May Showers?

Yes, you’re right, April showers usually bring May flowers, but as another adage goes — “Sell in May and go away” is more...

Weekly Update: Is This Bull Market Too Old?

WEEKLY UPDATE – MAY 2, 2016 As of Friday, the S&P 500 is on the second-longest bull market run in history,...

Weekly Update: Dow Ends Best Week in a Month

WEEKLY UPDATE – APRIL 18, 2016  Stocks rallied again last week on better-than-expected earnings and some reassuring news about China’s economy,...

Weekly Update: Stocks Post Worst Week Since February

WEEKLY UPDATE – APRIL 11, 2016  Stocks tumbled last week on downward revisions to U.S. economic growth and worries about global...

Weekly Update: Rocky Start to Q1 Ends Mixed

WEEKLY UPDATE – APRIL 4, 2016 After a rocky start to Q1, most stocks ended the first quarter slightly higher, which...

The UNC Tarheels and Home Depot: A NCAA Final Four Comparison

For those investor-NCAA enthusiasts who aren’t sure about the merits of relative strength as it relates to portfolio success, yet knew...

Weekly Update: Q4 GDP Revised Upward by Strong Consumer Spending

WEEKLY UPDATE – MARCH 28, 2016 Stocks ended the holiday-shortened week down, snapping their five-week winning streak. However, losses were mild...