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In The Lonely Bull Posted

Through the Looking Glass

As Alice said, it’s getting ”curiouser and curiouser.”   A strange world where good is bad and bad just might be good.  An upside-down world where lower energy prices cause concern and increased growth calls for lower interest rates.  This all makes one want to take a pill, but will it make you smaller or larger? […]
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Europe on Fire

With all the good news emanating from the U.S. economy, it’s hard to understand all the stock market volatility.  We’ve just had four straight months of over 250,000 new jobs created.  The Christmas selling season was one of the best in years.  The economy is almost certainly growing at over 3%, yet the stock market […]
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TAKING STOCK

The beginning of the year is a perfect time to take financial stock; time to review expectations, goals, wants and needs.  Are you on track with your goals?  Will you be able to enjoy some of your wants?  More importantly, are your needs covered? Our job is to help you meet your goals by producing […]
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A Good Year

At the end of 2013, we made the statement that good years usually follow great years.  It is nice to reflect on 2014 and feel good about the year that has been; a good year.  Although choppy, with more than a few concerns, the underlying fundamentals prevailed.  Not only did the economy grow, it accelerated.  […]
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Back on Track

A squall blew through, created a little damage, but then the sun came out and the market got right back on track.  In a few days the stock market recovered a lot of what it had lost.  Oil, the catalyst for the sell-off, began to stabilize and the Federal Reserve indicated that it would remain […]
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A Sudden Squall

Squalls come up quickly, do their damage and then dissipate. In the stock market, we just had one blow through; it was an oil price shock.  In this case it was all about a collapse in prices rather than an increase.  Why would this be a shock?  Lower prices should be good for far more […]
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