Quarterly earnings for S&P 500-listed companies have neared the quarter pole. Next week another 130 companies will report, bringing the earnings season to the halfway mark.
Last Thursday, I delivered the keynote address for the Alta Corp Capital Institutional Investor Conference at the Shangri-La hotel in Toronto, Ontario.
In the wake of Monday's sell-off, I posted a change to my "Global Risk Asset Correction Watch List," based on the technical vulnerability of the S&P 500® Index (SPX).
As January goes, so goes the year?
With the start of a new year, we expect an onslaught of “as goes January, so goes the year” posts. It is fitting, then, to revisit a blog we wrote on this topic in January of last year.
Market Insights: Technical Vulnerability
This morning I posted a “global risk asset correction watch list” within the “Reflecting Back, Looking Forward” market insight posting.
Reflecting Back, Looking Forward
Seven days of trading activity year to date is a rather small sample of information to digest for making portfolio decisions; however, there are some conditions that have presented that bear reflection.
2014 Outlook for Closed-End Funds
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