Tag Archives: the Fed
Tweet The market isn’t headed down anytime soon, says Keith Springer, president of Springer Financial Advisors. Springer tells MarketWatch Radio’s Larry Kofsky that the market is “loving this influx of liquidity we’re getting from the Fed.” And, he says, “there’s … Continue reading
Tweet -Market’s react to less than inspiring policy move I had the honor of appearing as the primary market analyst on Fox Business to decipher Bernanke’s decision while it was being announced. In lieu of a longer newsletter, please check out the … Continue reading
Posted in 2011, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged bernanke, business, economy, finance, government, investing, Keith Springer, market update, operation twist, qe3, stimulus, stocks, the Fed
Tweet I appeared on CNBC yesterday to explain the Fed’s intentions, as well as how the issues in Facing Goliath are upon us and what investors need to do. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on … Continue reading
Tweet Although I am on vacation this week, camping with Josh, I am still closely monitoring the markets. (The joys and pitfalls of technology). The markets have had a continued sell-off in reaction to the Italian debt woes and to … Continue reading
Posted in 2011, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged adp, bernanke, cheap rates, downgrades, economic growth, facing goliath, gyrations, ism, italian debt, Keith Springer, manufacturing, qe3, the Fed
Tweet Things are getting pretty bad out there and the government isn’t even coming close to addressing the core problem. Without government stimulus, the economy will continue shrinking. The issue is clear – when the Fed stops printing money it … Continue reading
Tweet -Without Stimulus, earnings better be good. The recent spate of disappointing economic news has sent the stock market reeling for 7 straight weeks now. The fact that the economy is slowing should come as no surprise to my readers, … Continue reading
Tweet -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 Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on … Continue reading
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