Market Commentary: Week Ending 01-20-12

2012-01-23T03:01:16+00:00January 23, 2012|Market Commentary|

This past week was kicked-off on Tuesday with news that China's economy is slowing.  Normally, news that China's high-growth economy is slowing would precipitate a sell-off in stocks.  But, this past week the slowdown news also came with suspicion that a China slowdown would usher in more intervention to stimulate the Chinese economy.  Intervention, stimulus, and money printing are all terms that Wall Street likes. loans pay The market returns year-to-date just goes to show [...]

Market Commentary: Week Ending 7/15/2011

2011-07-18T04:58:29+00:00July 18, 2011|Market Commentary|

It was almost a good week.  The market slid into Wednesday, and then got a pop from the Federal Reserve.  On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was testifying before Congress and indicated that the door on additional stimulus, via bond purchases, was still open.  The stock market briefly took off on this news, but trailed off by days-end.  Thursday was welcomed with more from the Fed Chairman; this time though, the Bernanke stated that [...]

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