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The 'Great Expectations' of Financial Market Forecasts

Check out our look back at 3Q2019 market activity and our forecast for what may be ahead in the fourth quarter.

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Why You Shouldn't Fear a Recession

We keep hearing a recession may be nearing and that continues to spook many investors. But we say a recession is not something to fear, and here's why.

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Stocks Take a Licking in May and Keep on Ticking

2Q2019 Market Update: Equities have experienced robust growth and have recently achieved new all-time highs. Learn more about what is driving our economy.

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A Strong Start to 2019, But Caution Is Key with Existing Market Risks

We are thankful for the strong start to the year, but also mindful that now is not a time to become complacent -- risks to investors' portfolios remain.

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A Strong Start to the Year, But Risks Remain

We are thankful for the strong start to the year, but also mindful that now is not a time to become complacent -- risks to investors' portfolios remain.

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A Disappointing End to 2018 - What Happened and What’s Next?

A thorough recap of 4Q2018 Financial Markets and what may be ahead in 2019. Investors need to remember that successful investing is a marathon, not a sprint.

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Stay the Course: Market Volatility is Nothing New

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Is the Bull Still with Us?

After a third quarter (2018) that saw U.S. stock prices, as represented by the all-inclusive Russell 3000 Index, rise 7.13%, the index is now up 10.57% for 2018 following a 21.13% increase in 2017. Investors have now begun to question the staying power of this bull market in light of numerous concerns. Learn more.

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The Push and the Pull of the Markets – Who Wins?

The second quarter of 2018 can be called a lot of things, but boring isn't one of them. Economic growth still looks healthy and corporate earnings are growing strongly. But there are several potential political risks to markets over the second half of the year. Learn more about what may be on the horizon.

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