Tag Archives: earnings season

All Eyes on Bozo the Clown… I mean Congress!

Keith Springer, radio host of Smart Money with Keith Springer, says “as the clowns in Washington continue to play stuntmen with the nation’s budget, good earnings continue to roll in, and

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Buzz Lightyear Bernanke to the Rescue – Taking the Deficit to Infinity and Beyond!

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 the … Continue reading

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The Market Reacts to European Union Struggles

The market is reacting or rather over-reacting to more European hoopla. Regardless of the headlines, the European Union will find a solution because they must find one.

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Welcome to the 2nd Half of the Show – QE3 a Welcome Sight for Investors

It’s hard to believe that the 2nd half of 2011 is here already, and where does the time go? Josh will be 17 this month. It feels like just yesterday, I was announcing his birth in one of these newsletters. … Continue reading

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Stocks Relieved at Greek Solution

A Greek solution, albeit temporary, is giving stocks a sigh of relief. Although the correction has been painful, the damage has largely been emotional as most corrections are.

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The Storm Before The Calm

-Stocks bored until earnings season starts With summer dropped on us in a flash, the economy sputtering and no earnings news, stocks have entered the summer doldrums early. This is not

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Will Earnings Slow Along With Economy?

We’re stuck in limbo for the time being, with nothing but bad news on the economy, and nothing to counter it with to push stocks higher. All eyes have been on

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Live MarketWatch Interview – Springer: Employment Number Won’t Be Good Enough

Keith Springer discusses why the employment number is not good enough to make a dent in the national unemployment average live on MarketWatch radio with Larry Kofsky.

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Investor Strategy: Pray For Peace But Prepare For War!

Stocks still have some life in them and will surge once we get back into earnings season. Earnings is the main support for stocks and they are likely to be stellar next quarter. The concern however is

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Spartans, Prepare for Glory! -Why Greece Matters

It appears the Greeks of today will only find glory the same as their Spartan ancestors: through intense conflict and ultimate death. In modern terms that means

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