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In The Lonely Bull Posted

“If Not Now; When?”

It’s easy to find reasons not to act.  But if investors haven’t yet jumped in, then they just are not suited for the process.  How much more good news does one need to believe that the business backdrop is excellent for companies and earnings?  Yes, some unpredictable event can come out of the blue, but […]
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Reflation

The current investing environment seems terribly confusing to many. There are so many cross currents.  Some, like tax cuts, less regulation, and fairer trade agreements seem positive, while others that are more political in nature seem to introduce controversy and confusion.  Yet, the stock market has been on a steady march toward higher values.  First […]
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Anticipation!

Anticipation often turns out to be better than the eventual reality. Investors are going gaga over the prospect of lower corporate taxes, fiscal stimulus, and faster economic growth rates.  That hope is being expressed in the buying of stocks; especially those married to the business cycle.  There has also been some market support from the […]
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Swept Away

The stock market is being swept away with hope and anticipation for a better economic environment for American businesses. There is more hope that the new Presidential administration can increase the economic growth rate, change corporate attitudes toward economic patriotism, and foster a new winning attitude with respect to our competitors and allies.  It’s a […]
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Show me; I’m from Missouri

Stock market investors are now past anticipating good things from the new Trump administration. They want to see what actually emerges. Talk is always cheap; what can and will actually be implemented?  Congress may be more reasonable, but still may not go along with everything.  There will be much debate about certain initiatives.  Democracy is […]
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Introducing Mark Ross

Riverplace Capital is pleased that Mark Ross has joined our firm. Mark brings a wealth of experience.  He started with Merrill Lynch and used his entrepreneurial instincts to do land development and mortgage brokering.  He has also bought and founded several businesses.  Mark will add to our experience and ability. In time, he will help […]
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A Keynesian World

Forget supply side economics. Current market participants are betting on Keynesian stimulus. Simply put, they are hoping for an increase in demand brought about by $1 trillion in additional spending over the next ten years.  This is at the heart of President Elect Trump’s economic stimulus plan.  Yes, he also wants to reduce regulation and encourage […]
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Happy New Year

After a successful 2016, the Lonely Bull will hardly have time to catch his breath before the investing cycle starts all over again. Although we do not invest for annual time periods, our clients tend to divide time and measures into this segment.  It is part of our culture and how so many of us […]
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