April 12, 2019

There are times in the professional investment management business that we humbly sit back and scratch our heads when observing the workings of the market.  The past six months may be the most vivid example of such a time.  These times solidify our view that it is futi...

July 15, 2016

What a crazy few weeks in world markets!  The second quarter was shaping up to be a decent rebound from the sloppy start in January,  but the markets made an abrupt about-face and sold off dramatically in the wake of the vote in Great Britain to leave the European Unio...

April 13, 2016

As we wrote our last Investment Climate, January 2016 had the distinction of being the worst start to a year in history. Well, much as we suggested, it simply doesn’t pay to worry about the gyrations of the market, as we finished off the first quarter with a positive r...

January 15, 2016

The year 2015 went out with a whimper as major market indices in the U.S. ended relatively flat to down.  This is not surprising given that the Federal Reserve finally raised the target for the interest rate on Federal Funds at the December 2015 meeting of the Federal...

October 15, 2015

The Fed didn’t raise rates and the market still had a fit.  Many continue to say the next crisis is upon us, as they have for years now. Europe is a mess.  China is collapsing.  The Middle East is a bigger mess.  Politics is…well POLITICS!  And, about the market?  Get...

July 7, 2015

In our last Investment Climate we discussed the long-awaited increase in the Federal Reserve’s target for interest rates.  This debate continued to dominate the discussion of the financial punditry in the second quarter.  While we normally expect the market to correct...

April 3, 2015

It really shouldn't be a question.


Can the world be any more fixated on the next move from the Federal Reserve?  Can markets really “hang in the balance” based on inclusion of the word “patience” or the phrase “extended period of time” as the ultimate determinant of it...

January 15, 2015

After the first 10%+ correction since the 2009 debacle in all the major stock market averages during the third quarter of 2014, the fourth quarter of 2014 witnessed the major stock market averages recovering to make new highs and finish another year of positive returns...

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