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7.23.2017 - Free Newsletter Bookmark

Overload

 

Sometimes I sit here in my office chair and I try and figure out what I’m going to write for the next newsletter. My problem generally isn’t writers block or brain cramps, (as in not having anything to write about.) My problem stems from the fact that on any specific day, there’s too much to talk about.

1.27.2017 Bookmark

1.27.2017

Mornin' all, we've made it to Friday. I wonder what it brings....

Okay so we got our DOW 20K and yesterday we spent the session digesting that move.  While the DOW managed to inch higher, gaining 32, the S&P couldn't stay green and ended the day down a point. However once again there was horrible volume. At the end of the day the SPY only traded 60 million shares.  To put that in perspective, back on Nov 9th when they all decided that a Trump win might indeed end up being okay, the volume was 259 million. When you get an up day ( or down for that matter) on big volume, you know the move is confirmed. It shows that a "lot" of people traded a LOT of stock.  

1.4.2017 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

Exactly!
 
 
As we look across the economic landscape and we joust back and forth about whether Mr. Trump can enact enough programs to keep the US of A from foundering, sometimes I think we need to step back a bit and look at the big picture. There have been and there is to come, structural changes that I’m not sure can be reversed.  For instance technology.

1.28.2015 Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

Technology Take Over…


Sometimes it is hard for me to keep my head buried in the place it is supposed to be, that being this thing we call economics and the financial structure. Why? Because each moment that passes is a new milestone for us. In other words, today we know more than we did yesterday. Tomorrow we will know more than we did today. Each day that goes on brings us new intelligence, new questions, new experiences. Sometimes the changes that are brought by these new events leads us to tremendous investing opportunities.  Who wouldn't have wanted to be on the ground floor when Polaroid camera debuted its new technology? Who wouldn't have wanted to be an "Angel" investor in Johnson and Johnson back in 1885 when they were creating the first "ready to use" bandages? Who wouldn't have wanted to be the first investors in this new upstart called "MicroSoft" so many years ago?  

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