Archive for September, 2015

Investments are a Journey

“Every journey in life has a destination.” — Ken Poirot In today’s video, I share a conversation I had with a friend of mine, who is a surgeon.  How does he handle things when the surgery outcome is unknown, and in the middle of the operation if things go awry?  How do you stay calm? What he deals with on a daily basis is the same as investments and your financial plan.  How do we keep our eyes on the big picture?  What is normal, and how do we stay calm? One of the benefits I bring to my relationship ... Read More

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The Most Bullish Chart has a Stock Market Crash in the Middle of It

It is normal for there to be corrections with a generally bullish market, which we’ve been in for 6 years now and I believe will continue. The chart above does NOT mean our RED line will continue, as it could be the end of the bullish trend.  I don’t think so, but it’s possible.  I’ve made the argument many many times why I’ve come to my conclusion (see previous newsletters and videos going back 2 to 3 years). We have 3 months left in the year, but more importantly, if you’re invested in the stock market in any way, you ... Read More

China?

I still owe you a video on China, and how I think it’s going to impact things. It’s tough in that we’ve never had such a large player be so guarded in it’s data. Economists for now are continuing to be optimistic about China, predicting a positive growth for 2015 even though the markets and their currency have gone haywire. More to come next few weeks as I complete my analysis and video on China. Full Article Read More

Yellen: Anticipate Raising Fed Funds Rate this Year

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently spoke, and was very blunt about her belief that raising rates later this year is a good thing, and will in fact happen. I’ve stated before that the markets hate uncertainty, and would rather know a bad thing than not know a good thing. Crazy, eh? But, we’ve all been expecting this rate increase and it’s being priced into the markets, at least in my opinion. That’s a good thing. Full Article Read More

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

I’ve rented an entire movie theater for a pre-release of Star War VII – The Force Awakens I’ll be sending out invites within the next month, for clients and their friends/families. I think this will be a hot client event for me this year. It’s Star Wars!  And before it’s in general release! Read More

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