Weekly Snippet

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November 2, 2018
Weekly Snippet

Last Week… Was rocky indeed!  All told, U.S. equity markets finally recorded this year’s second 10% correction from the high mark late September, before turning back up this week – but that’s not fully in yet. So, remember that uncertainty equals volatility. We continue to bet on more of the same through the mid-term elections…

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CMW MONTHLY MONEY PULSE™

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October 26, 2018
CMW MONTHLY MONEY PULSE™

Oh no! Volatility Again? Two weeks ago we issued a Money Pulse Bulletin amidst a 4% sell off of the markets. It was the return of perfectly normal market volatility. We half-expected to see it turn into a healthy correction like that of earlier this year, but it never quite happened. Then, again this week…

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Do you have your 24?

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October 18, 2018
Do you have your 24?

Image Copyright Ted Grussing Photography – Used with permission In recent past segments, we discussed the different fears that currently abound in the media about when the next bear market will begin. And, of course, the follow up fear of what will happen to the value of your portfolio at that time. There are very few of us…

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Weekly Snippet

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October 18, 2018
Weekly Snippet

Last Week… The U.S. equity markets endured half of a technical correction after turning back up late Friday. All US equity benchmarks were down between 4.0-5.6% except for Equity REITS. REITS just slipped 2.9% …And Foreign REITS only dropped 0.6% Foreign Equities fared better, holding on to about 1.0% more than US stocks did. Emerging Markets…

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Money Pulse Bulletin – Looming Inverted Yield Curve?

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October 11, 2018
Money Pulse Bulletin – Looming Inverted Yield Curve?

Image Copyright Ted Grussing Photography – Used with permission We love this! A week ago we heard fear mongering again over the ominous looming INVERTED YIELD CURVE. You know, that’s when the Fed starts raising interest rates for short term lending and the longer term yield fails to rise together. And that, in turn, means the economy is…

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