Why Investment Bubbles Form

A lot of people are talking about a top or a crash on the horizon. Most bull markets end in a Euphoria phase. This phase is not really impacted by fundamentals or political events. Bubbles are about emotions. Granted the central banks are a contributing...

Dollar Strengthens – Peso Weakens

This chart, courtesy of Bloomberg, shows the market's reaction to the Fed's decision to reverse its quantitative easing policy. The Federal Reserve took the first tentative steps Wednesday to unwind its history-making economic stimulus. As markets...

Updates – Peso and Stock Market

The U.S. dollar bounced off its two-year low on Monday. It's too early to determine if this rally has some staying power. The dollar's move appears to have weakened the Mexican Peso. The peso is currently stuck in a trading range between 17.5 and 18. Right...

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Why Investment Bubbles Form

A lot of people are talking about a top or a crash on the horizon. Most bull markets end in a Euphoria phase. This phase is not really impacted by fundamentals or political events. Bubbles are about emotions. Granted the central banks are a contributing...

read more

Dollar Strengthens – Peso Weakens

This chart, courtesy of Bloomberg, shows the market's reaction to the Fed's decision to reverse its quantitative easing policy. The Federal Reserve took the first tentative steps Wednesday to unwind its history-making economic stimulus. As markets...

read more

Updates – Peso and Stock Market

The U.S. dollar bounced off its two-year low on Monday. It's too early to determine if this rally has some staying power. The dollar's move appears to have weakened the Mexican Peso. The peso is currently stuck in a trading range between 17.5 and 18. Right...

read more

Changing Expectations

Last week I mentioned the possibility of an intermediate cycle low for the stock markets. It appears as though that has been put off.  An intermediate cycle low on average lasts roughly 18-25 weeks. However, during periods of quantitative easing it’s not...

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What Now for the Markets?

The news appears to be having an affect on the stock market. We've weathered some fairly serious political and geo-political events over the last couple of weeks. The markets, however, have been fairly resilient. Just last week we were very close to...

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Choosing an Advisor

You may have a financial advisor…….but why?

The Need For Active Management

The economies of the world are now linked and you have central banks around the world printing money.

The Fed

Our current economic problems have roots in the past. We have seen government debt rising rapidly, since the early 1980’s that debt has risen from 1 trillion dollars to 17 trillion dollars.

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