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Week of June 12th, 2017: Trump, Scandals and Markets

Remember the Clinton years? One crisis blending into another from alleged stealing to sex on the couch; fun, wasn’t it?  Yep, the President of the U.S.A.  So here we are and it’s Trump’s turn.  Is it the same, are the two men the same, are the issues the same?  No. but, the music is, and… Read More

Tis the Season for Summer Camps

Moms all over Gainesville (including me) are trying to figure out the best summer camps for their children for over the summer. Some need half-day, some need full-day and some need overnight. Thankfully, Gainesville has several fun and educational camps. Below are the day camps I hear the most about from parents and kids: Quinlan… Read More

The semiconductor index is leading the way for now.

The Semiconductor Index (.SOX) broke out to a new high this week. If semiconductor stocks are moving higher, we feel it is a good sign that the broad markets will also, potentially, continue to move higher. So, we will be watching to see if the S&P can also break out and stay new highs.  … Read More

Week of May 15, 2017: I don’t start out with winning in mind…

It’s The Walter Mitty race at Road Atlanta – the 40th running. It is one of the major historic car races of the year and represents an opportunity to be around cars and people who have written many of racing’s greatest chapters. At the start, I do not focus on winning. In fact, the first… Read More

Week of April 24, 2017: In-State or Out-of-State? What’s the difference?

I have to admit as many plans as I’ve done and college tuition costs I’ve estimated college expenses scare me, so in my mind I’ve already set some boundaries for Gabby when she starts college, but am I being fair? My boundaries are: No out-of-state college unless there’s a substantial scholarship being offered I’m not… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are slightly higher ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s testimony before Congress today. In his prepared remarks released on Monday afternoon, Powell said inflation has “increased notably in recent months, but he felt the recent rise is likely to fade. The Chairman is also expected to reiterate that inflation… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are sharply higher to start the week as investors appear to buy after last week’s selloff. Also, inflation expectations seem to be muted, and investors are beginning to respect the Fed’s stance that inflation is transitory. This morning, St. Louis Fed President Jeremy Bullard and Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are sharply lower this morning as investors appear to be fearful of rising inflation. However, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said that it was natural for the Fed to tilt a little “hawkish,” and he said he sees the first interest rate increase in 2022. He also said, “We’re… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are lower after the Federal Reserve moved up their timeline for rate hikes at Wednesday’s FOMC meeting. The FOMC signaled two rate hikes in 2023 and raised its inflation target for 2021 to 3.4% for the year. However, Fed Chari Jerome Powell said the projections for future rate hikes should… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: Wall Street is set for a flat open as investors await comments from the Federal Reserve after today’s FOMC meeting. The Fed has recently tried to calm fears of rising inflation. However, a jump in the retail sales report on Tuesday’s has economist worried the Fed would begin to tighten its loose monetary… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are flat ahead of Wednesday’s  Federal Reserve meeting. Investors are looking for assurance that the Fed sees the current inflation rate as “transitory” before potentially committing new funds to equities. Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales fell more than expected in May, coming in with a 1.3% drop for the month. However,… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are lower to start the week as investors wait to hear from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday. The Fed is expected to maintain a dovish monetary policy while claiming the recent rise in inflation is short-term. Markets:    The S&P 500 tried to breakout above the 4249.74 level but could only… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are higher as investors appear to believe the recent surge in inflation will only be temporary. The recent surge is now being blamed on pent-up demand for goods and a lagging supply chain. There is also a belief that the Fed will not be tightening policy and will remain accommodative.… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: Wall Street is set for a higher open despite consumer prices rising 5% in May, which was the fastest pace since the summer of 2008. Also, the report excluding food and energy came in a 3.8% gain, the highest since 1992. A significant increase in used car prices was the main driver for… Read More

Morning Brief

Headline News: U.S. stock futures were flat to start the day as investors appear to be waiting for an inflation report due out on Thursday morning. The 10-yr Treasury yield was near a three-month low this morning in part due to the belief inflation is not rapidly rising. The decline in long-term interest rates has… Read More

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