Weekend Reading: Hurricane Boost Dissipates

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 16, 2018

The Trump Administration has taken a LOT of credit for the recent bumps in economic growth. We have warned this was not only dangerous, credibility-wise, but also an anomaly due…

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There Will Be No Economic Boom

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 15, 2018

Last week, Congress passed a 2-year “continuing resolution, or C.R.,”  to keep the Government funded through the 2018 elections. While “fiscal conservatism” was just placed on the sacrificial alter to satisfy the “Re-election” Gods,” the…

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3 Ways This Market Correction May Play Out

Written by Jesse Colombo | Feb, 14, 2018

Yesterday, I showed the most important stock charts for traders and investors to watch after last week’s correction. I explained that, despite the sharp correction, the longer-term trend is still…

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The One Social Security Myth

Written by Richard Rosso | Feb, 14, 2018

“We can never insure one hundred percent of the population against one hundred percent of the hazards and vicissitudes of life, but we have tried to frame a law which…

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Strategies for Tomorrow

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 14, 2018

Most investors, knowingly or not, rely on long-only, passive strategies. They may shift holdings between stocks, bonds, and cash at various intervals, but generally, their portfolio returns mimic those of…

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Markets Often Change When Beliefs Change

Written by Doug Kass | Feb, 13, 2018

“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme” — Mark Twain The quote above has been indelibly etched in my mind and I have thought about Mark Twain’s observation often…

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