Weekend Report – Markets and Peso

It's been awhile since I've commented on the markets, but for a reason. In my last post on the markets, I indicated that the bull market was not over yet. The movers in the market, FANG (Facebook, Alphabet, Netflix, and Google) were ripe for a correction....

Mexican Peso Update

The year started off very strong for the Mexican peso, by the end of January, the peso had soared more than 5 percent. No other currency in the world, save Norway’s krone, was hotter than the Mexican peso. (The Columbian peso was equally as strong as the...

Another Correction in Stocks?

There was a time, prior to early 2016, when most of the market indexes were moving in sync. However, in early 2016 the market's leadership narrowed somewhat. The driving force for the markets became more dominated by technology companies and semiconductor...

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Have we seen the worse of the tech slide?

The tech leaders known as FANG; Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet (Google),  have all gotten beaten up recently. You could say that a cleansing has taken place and their valuations have been taken down a notch. In this most recent decline the broader...

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Markets get ready to Bounce!

The markets are set to bounce this morning with the news that China is willing to have talks with the US to resolve trade issues. This coincides with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 reaching their 200-day moving average. The Dow Jones undercut its closing low in...

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Where are the Markets Heading?

Last week I indicated that I felt that things were changing and that we would more than likely see an undercut of the February low. By undercut, I mean that we will see a lower low.  Are we starting a new bear market? Looking at the weekly chart of the S&P...

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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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