October18
October18
A Sigh of Relief Last Week

The world breathed a sigh of relief last week when the United States and China took a step toward a trade-war truce. Financial Times reported the United … Read More

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October15
October15
Weekly Market Commentary, October 15, 2019

The Markets Chinese and U.S. negotiators reached a tentative agreement to step back from policies designed to inflict damage on each other’s economies as they seek to … Read More

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October11
October11
A Few Questions Investors May Have Been Asking

From trade wars to impeachment inquiries, investors had a lot to ponder during the third quarter. Toward the end of September, they appeared to become more cautious, … Read More

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October8
October8
Weekly Market Commentary, October 8, 2019

The Markets The monthly U.S. employment report created some very positive headlines but also indicated slowing business investment is spilling over to the jobs market. The unemployment … Read More

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October4
October4
They Say Bull Markets Climb a Wall of Worry

Investopedia’s Will Kenton explained the idea like this: “…a bull market isn’t a peaceful place. When times are good, investors are constantly tense, wondering how long they … Read More

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October1
October1
Weekly Market Commentary, October 1, 2019

The Markets Impeachment proceedings led news coverage most of the week, but other economic data may be more impactful on portfolios. As the accompanying chart shows, consumer … Read More

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