Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Home Stretch

The final weeks of 2012 are upon us. This season has historically been the best performing of the year. Last night I reviewed the early Christmas shopping and the results beat expectations, China showed improvement and so did Germany. To … Continue reading

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Recoil Rally

The market has been very oversold for the past two weeks, so it did not take much of a spark (agree to agree on the fiscal cliff) to get things rolling. What we are observing here is a short term … Continue reading

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Raise your glass this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here. Time for gathering around the dining room table with family and friends to reflect on the many blessings bestowed upon us. But will you be ready to deliver the perfect toast? Well, there is no better … Continue reading

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The Return of the Nervous Nellies

An old indicator of market sentiment has surfaced again. For many years I have used what I named the Nervous Nellie behavioral gauge. I have received several phone calls from my seasoned clients worried about the market. Everything from let’s … Continue reading

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The Power Zone

I read  Dr. Jerry Minton’s “The Power Zone” for the Alpha Power Investing Newsletter and I want to share it with you. Dr. Minton’s insights are very much are very similar to what I have been thinking. The Power Zone We have … Continue reading

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QE3 – What Does It Mean For You?

Some of the clients I’ve met with recently had some excellent questions about financial topics in the recent headlines.  It’s important to me to keep you informed on relevant information, and how it may impact your plans, so I thought … Continue reading

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Now What

The election is over, but what has changed? The same issues that existed Monday were still here this morning as I write this. The election results were a lot closer than the antiquated Electoral College results obscured. The players are … Continue reading

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