Date: May 2013

11 posts in May 2013

30May
30May

The Problem with Buying is You Have to Sell at Some Point

Buy Low, Sell High is the mantra of the investment world. The Federal Reserve’s motto seems to be Buy More, Sell Never. First we had QE. When QE failed to stoke growth, the Fed extended the program into what is now known as QE2. When QE2 gave similar results, Big Ben initiated QE3 (or QE-to-Infinity)…

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28May

Reuters article ft. Bryan Novak

“Stock Futures Gain after Central Bank Comments”

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24May

Watching Risk-Reward Ratios: Economic Data Still Positive – But Rate is Slowing

Risk-reward ratios are on our radar screen these days as we review the most recent economic data against the backdrop of recent market movement. This is not to say that we are in any way suggesting a top, a bear market, or even that a correction is on the horizon, even taking into account this…

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23May
23May
23May
22May

The Street article ft. Rob Stein

“Stocks Reverse Course, Drop on Worries of Fed Pullback”

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20May

CNBC article ft. Bryan Novak

“Dollar Rising With Equities is Bullish Sign for Stocks”

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15May

WANTED: Growth… and Inflation

The first quarter of 2013 defied many prognostications as growth tracked faster than most had expected. We noted in our outlook report that the sanguine Q4 GDP number would most likely produce a bounce back effect as we transitioned from uncertainty to an “identifiable risk” environment. However, in the face of ongoing concerns and the…

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5May

Marketwatch Interview ft. Rob Stein

“U.S. stocks rise; S&P 500 extends record climb”

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