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2019 3RD Quarter Economic Update Part 2, Is a Recession on the Horizon? (October 8, 2019 1:29 PM EDT)
Despite how hard it is to forecast the markets and economy, it does not mean we don’t try to anticipate the potential trends of the economy and markets. As Dr. Siegel states, doing so can “dramatically increase returns”. > More >

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2019 September Market Outlook (September 23, 2019 11:55 AM EDT)
One thing I’ve noticed the last few years is that this market has several market dynamics that have been bullish for the market versus traditional fundamentals (growth, earnings, inflation, interest rates, energy prices...). > More >

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2019 3RD Quarter Economic Update Is the Economy Booming Part I (August Update) (August 30, 2019 12:34 PM EDT)
Many people believe the economy is booming, is it? > More >

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2019 July Market Outlook (July 31, 2019 12:42 AM EDT)
There are a few market dynamics that have been bullish for this market and they include: > More >

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May Market Outlook (May 31, 2019 12:18 PM EDT)
The markets continue to be in a topping phase where prices have been going sideways for almost two years. The sideways, topping phase is evident in most indexes and is a sign of the late stages of a bull market. > More >

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2019 April Market Outlook (April 30, 2019 2:40 PM EDT)
This month we get back to my normal analysis of the markets: the bullish and bearish case, valuations, psychology of the markets and the technicals. > More >

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March Market Outlook, A Picture/Chart Is Worth 1,000 Words (March 27, 2019 11:35 AM EDT)
Because the technicals currently are more important than the fundamentals (growth rates, interest rates, profits, inflation, valuations) this article will focus on the technicals. > More >

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2019 Market Outlook (February 22, 2019 2:59 PM EST)
Most analysts see more volatility in the markets as headlines will be a mix of good and bad news. Last year there was more good news than bad news, especially regarding GDP, earnings, and job growth, yet the markets were down. > More >

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2019 Economic Outlook (January 29, 2019 12:25 PM EST)
The forecasts, estimates, risks below are a summary of 2019 outlooks from Barron’s, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Fortune, BusinessWeek, Charles Schwab, Merrill Lynch, Capital Group and my analysis of economic, business, and investment trends. > More >

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