Consider underweighting stocks with a significant revenue base in economically troubled European countries. The S&P 500 Index closed at 1402 on March 15, 2012, the first time the index closed above 1400 since June 5, 2008.1 The latest upward progression began in October 2011 when the debt crisis in Europe showed signs of receding and […]
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Dividend payouts are often seen as a sign of a company’s financial health and management’s confidence in future cash flow. As uncertainty at home and abroad roils the financial markets, income-minded investors seeking protection from the bumpy road ahead may find dividend-paying stocks offer an attractive mix of features and warrant a place in their […]
photo credit: mikebaird Value stocks are those that have fallen out of favor in the marketplace and are considered bargain-priced compared with book value, replacement value, or liquidation value. As volatility in the stock market continues, some investors may be tempted to buy on the dips. But this desire raises an important question: Is a […]
Dear Clients & Advisors, In my opinion calling the Market crazy in the last two months is bit of an understatement. As I am sure you have noticed volatility has expanded radically since we broke below the 1250 support level on the S&P 500 on 8/3/2011. To put this in prospective, the average daily movement […]
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