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In-depth commentary and analysis for various media outlets

Here’s how markets scored the March jobs report

Here’s how markets scored the March jobs report Rate hikes are further off, depressing dollar; report not good enough to buoy stocks By Myra P. Saefong, MarketWatch SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — The most-anticipated U.S. economic report of the month has … Continue reading

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Keith Springer’s special report on Fortune.com

Fortune magazine just picked up and published Keith’s report: The Best of Both Worlds: Upside Potential- Downside Protection “Everyone loves bull markets, but when the indices head south, no one likes losing money. Luckily there is a solution for the … Continue reading

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Keith Springer quoted on CNBC- Investors May Hate Bonds, But They Keep On Buying

Investors May Hate Bonds, But They Keep On Buying Published Friday, March 22 | 12:43 PM ET By Jeff Cox- CNBC.com Senior Writer Read Original Article Here They are the investment everyone suddenly hates to love, but those bonds that … Continue reading

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Keith Springer quoted on CNBC- Forget The CEO- Why CFOs May Be More Important

Forget The CEO- Why CFOs May Be More Important Published Monday, 25 Feb 2013 |2:50 PM ET By Jeff Cox- CNBC.com Senior Writer Read Original Article Here If you want to know how important the role chief financial officer will … Continue reading

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Keith Springer quoted by CNN Money- Investors Still Nervous About Stocks

CNN Money| Individual Investors Still Nervous About Stocks NEW YORK (CNNMoney) By Hibah Yousuf @CNNMoneyInvest 2/5/13 Read original article HERE With U.S.SP stocks near their all-time highs, individual investors are beginning to dip their toes in the stock market. But … Continue reading

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Keith Springer quoted on CNBC- Dow Nears Record, But Is It Just Another Bubble?

Dow Nears Record, But Is It Just Another Bubble? Posted By: Jeff Cox | CNBC.com Senior Writer| 25 Jan 2013 |  Read Original Article While getting to this point seemed unimaginable not long ago, the Dow industrials are nearing an … Continue reading

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Keith quoted on CNBC by Jeff Cox- Here’s One Way to Beat the Looming Dividend Tax Hike

Here’s One Way To Beat The Looming Dividend Tax Hike Posted By: Jeff Cox | CNBC.com Senior Writer| 29 Nov 2012 | 01:49 PM ET | Read Original Article Investors looking to avoid tax increases associated with the “fiscal cliff” … Continue reading

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Keith quoted in The Wall Street Journal – Popular Health-Care Funds May Extend Run

  Popular Health-Care Funds May Extend Run By DAISY MAXEY | November 15, 2012 |Read Original Article Here NEW YORK—The outcome of the presidential election offers another dose of encouragement for existing and prospective investors in health-care mutual funds. President … Continue reading

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Keith quoted in Sacramento Business Journal- Stock Market Could Get Bump After Election

Stock Market Could Get Bump After Election   Sacramento Business Journal|Mark Anderson, Staff Writer | Read Original Article Here No matter who wins the presidential election Tuesday, the stock market likely will get a bump up once election season finally … Continue reading

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Keith quoted on MarketWatch – U.S. Stocks Turn Lower; Facebook Weighs On NASDAQ

U.S Stocks Turn Lower; Facebook Weighs On NASDAQ -General Motors, Home Depot among gainers; Facebook; Apple down By Myra P. Saefong | Read Original Article Here SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — U.S. equities turned lower Wednesday, with a post-Hurricane Sandy boost … Continue reading

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