Monthly Archives: March 2011
-The end of QE2 creates a real dilemma The Fed’s in a pickle. Keep up with QE2, QE3 or another stimulus by another name and risk runaway inflation. End it, and risk the collapse of the economy which very likely … Continue reading
For a while there, it felt like Richard Dreyfus in Jaws might be right “I think we’re gonna need a bigger boat!“. With all of the crises we have been through lately, it feels like Shark Week. Danger lurking around … Continue reading
Live on CNBC | 3.23.11 Keith Springer predicts a 1500 to 1550 stock market caused by a panic buy will push this market live on CNBC’s Market Alert with Larry Kudlow.
Recent Storms are making our office a Riverboat. Springer Financial Advisors
The markets are fluttering today, absorbing the fact that the worst case scenario for the plethora of world craziness will not occur. Stocks will
The market is breathing a sigh of relief that the crisis is not worsening. Stocks will always trade on economic fundamentals
Talking to Clients on Japan and Mideast Now: Keith Springer Springer Financial Advisors’ founder publicly opines on market and world events, showing and training clients how to keep emotions out of investing.
Investors are beginning to breathe a little easier as worst case fears subside. Sure, the situation is dire, but everybody seems to finally agree that the sun will still come out tomorrow.
Japan quake to trigger global sell-off? “For anyone who has been on the fence about staying in or getting out of the market, this is now their excuse to sell,” said Keith Springer, president of Springer Financial Advisors, which has … Continue reading
General Electric falls on fears of lost nuclear sales “It’s not so much the loss of revenue, it’s the chink in the armor (for GE),”