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Is there More to the Record Stock Markets?

Here we are, summer in full swing. On the economic front, we had a pretty light calendar in the month of June. We did see some positive things happen. If you just looked at the headlines you would think, “Wow the markets are just off to the races, it’s record, after record, after record.” In […]

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Markets Counting on Trump Tax & Economic Plans

Not a lot really happened in the month of April, except for the fact that we had some really good corporate earnings out. We had a confirmation that first quarter GDP was subpar at best, however, better than last years zero rate. We have Congress in gridlock over Trump proposals for the tax plan. I […]

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Trump’s Economic Plan & Market Excitement

In this Monthly Economic Update, I discuss the contrast between the beginnings of 2016 and 2017 and what has influenced that difference so far this year. So far in 2017, the markets have been screaming forward. We’ve seen a fire ignite underneath the stock markets and the bulls are trampling the bears at this point […]

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