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Weekly Updates you need to know, written by Keith Springer

There’s a Storm Brewing

There’s a Storm Brewing    -Time to be the lighthouse and not the boat I continue to feel like there’s danger on our shores. The massive increase in volatility in stocks over the last few months is often a sign … Continue reading

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The Increase in Volatility Spells Trouble for the Market

The Increase in Volatility Spells Trouble for the Market   -   Is a market top close at hand? This year is only 3 months old and we have already witness a dramatic increase in volatility and 2 short but painful … Continue reading

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Inflation, Deflation or Disinflation…What’s An Investor To Do?

To those of us who eat, drink (yes beer and wine included), drive and turn on the heat, prices have been going up. Of course my running joke on my radio show is that no one in government or over … Continue reading

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Yellen Sends Shivers To Investors

Yellen Sends Shivers To Investors   In her first formal testimony as Federal Reserve Chairman, Janet Yellen did the unthinkable: she had the gall to suggest interest rates might rise someday….the nerve! Of course I say this in jest, as … Continue reading

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Keith Springer’s Latest Economic and Market Update

Get the latest economic and market update, and what it means to your portfolio! Listen to our client conference call recorded last night The Coming Retirement Crisis -How To Position And Protect Your Investments! Our country is staring down the … Continue reading

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Preparing Your Portfolio For Deflation

Preparing Your Portfolio For Deflation Walking a tightrope but with a safety net If you want to know how many opinions there are about the economy, just multiply that by the number of investors out there. 2014 marks my 30th … Continue reading

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Essential Tax Time Tax Tips

Do you feel that hand in your pocket? No it’s not your kids, they’re still asleep. (Although in my case, Josh is at school in Tucson, but I still feel his hand in there!). You guessed it, It’s Uncle Sam, … Continue reading

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Learn the Secrets of the U.S. Dollar

Ever wonder what all those sayings on the back of a dollar bill mean? Here’s a few fun facts to impress your friends. “ANNUIT COEPTIS” means “God has favored our undertaking.” “NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM” translates into “A new order has … Continue reading

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Don’t miss the important special market conference call tonight!

Don’t miss our important conference call tonight at 6 p.m. Just call 559-726-1300 and enter code 222428 to listen in on the call. Your phone will be muted so please direct all questions to info@keithspringer.com.

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Good News Is Now Good News, and Bad is Bad….Again

For the last 5+ years I have been writing about good news became bad news and bad news became good, due to the Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve’s stimulus policies. What I mean by that is when we had … Continue reading

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