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SMOKE AND MIRRORS

It is well known that this year’s second quarter earnings are expected to be below last year’s. FactSet estimates a Q2 decline in earnings growth of 5.2%. Our Market Climate Graph clearly shows that the current, April-June, level of S&P500 EPS is lower than it was last year. So I was somewhat surprised to read […]

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FREEDOM

There’s a worldwide anti-establishment movement going on. The U.K. decision to exit the European Union is the latest example. A recent election in Austria manifested a groundswell of populism sweeping Europe amid the EU’s failure to deal with the ongoing economic and migrant crises. Anti-establishment candidates were recently elected to lead Rome and Turin, and […]

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The Market in Review: June 24, 2016

Concerns surrounding the British exit (Brexit) from the European Union loomed this week, but investors tried to remain optimistic until the unexpected results sent shares into a tailspin. Stocks shot higher out of the gate in the first session of the week after polling showed that opposition for Brexit was gaining momentum. The Dow climbed […]

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What Caused the Fed’s Reversal

If interest rates weren’t so important, I wouldn’t be writing about the Fed so often. But the Fed’s decisions affect all of us, each and every day. So here goes. The Fed held another Federal Open Market Committee, FOMC, meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, and their job was to decide what they wanted to do with […]

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A Flip Flopping Fed

On December 2, 2015, Head of The Fed, Ms. Janet Yellen, signaled that policymakers were poised to raise interest rates in December. The market began to move lower and the Price of the VectorVest Composite released a Confirmed Down, C/Dn, signal on December 9, 2015. One week later, Ms. Yellen announced the first interest rate […]

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