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Tweet -Earnings season ending, risk season begins Since the recovery began, I have recognized a trend in the stock market where the market rises during earnings season, which have been stellar, and falls once it’s over. The concept is that … Continue reading
Posted in 2011, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged announcement, baby boomer, bernanke, buy and hold, buy and hope, central bank, checkmated, demographics, facing goliath, fisher, hs dent, inflation, investing, jackson hole, john mauldin, Keith Springer, major market indecators, plosser, QE mini-me, qe1, QE2, recovery, stock market, tactical, taxes, the end game, united states
Tweet -Can Germany Pull a Rabbit Out of the Hat? Who would have believed the title? Yes it’s true… Germany is being relied upon to SAVE Europe. That’s a first, at least as far as I know of. If Germany … Continue reading
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Tagged aggregate, bailout, bull market, corporate bnds, demand, demographics, earnings, ecb, economy, europe, facing goliath, france, germany, headwinds, investing, investors, jobs, Keith Springer, mlps, over-leveraged, preffereds, slowing, stocks, white house
Tweet The market is sending a message to congress and the President alike to stop being Republicans, stop being Democrats and start being Americans! Enough political wrangling and do what’s right for the country. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post … Continue reading
Tweet Did you hear that? That was Ben Bernanke trading in his helicopter for a rocket ship. In his recent testimony, Buzz told Congress that the central bank is prepared to take additional action, including buying more government bonds, if … Continue reading
Posted in 2011, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged bernanke, buzz lightyear, deflation, demographics, earnings season, government bonds, greece, inflation, Keith Springer, qe3, springer financial advisors, stimulus
Tweet Helicopter Ben Bernanke is laying the groundwork for QE3 as we speak, and the stock market couldn’t be happier. I talked about the need for QE3 8 months ago and nobody agreed. The slowdown in the US and Europe … Continue reading
Tweet Keith Springer, author of Facing Goliath: How to Triumph in the Dangerous Market Ahead and President of Springer Financial Advisors, discusses why demographics give us a road map to the economy and the markets. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this … Continue reading
Tweet 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 … Continue reading
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