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Market Commentary

  • Aug. 29 2014

    A Mixed Bag

    Data on the consumer this morning was distressingly poor. Spending which has been falling ever since March now shrunk by .1% in July. That is the first actual shrinkage since the winter freeze in the … read more »

  • Aug. 27 2014

    A Slowing in Housing

    Tags: Housing

    Housing in the U.S. is starting to show some weakness and that could mean weakness in the coming quarters for the economy. New housing starts reported a week ago were up and builders were a little … read more »

  • Aug. 25 2014

    Supply and Demand

    Tags: Supply, Demand

    There is no getting around supply and demand of any product or service. For that matter supply and demand for stocks is no different. With IPOs or if a company issues more shares, supply of stocks … read more »

  • Aug. 22 2014

    How Long is the Bull Market?

    Tags: Bull Markets

    In a recent article on Marketwatch.com there was a reference to the bull market of 1982 to 1987 that returned almost 200% then followed by a 35% bear market (2002 to 2007) which then saw a 45% … read more »