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2018 Market Commentaries

December 20, 2018: Risk on or Risk

Off?



December 17, 2018: Wild Market Moves Continue



December 5, 2018: What is the Yield Curve and Why Does it Matter?



November 30, 2018: History R

hymes



November 2018: Normal Volatility or the Beginning of the End?



October 30, 2018: A Little Perspective on the Market:

October 30, 2018: A Little Perspective on the Market (written script)



Special Market Commentary, October 11, 2018: The Market Gives Investors an Early Scare 



October 2018 Market Commentary



September 2018: Is the Turkish Flu Contagious?



August 2018: Cut Out the Noise, Look at the Numbers



July 2018: Red Flags For Stock Market News



June 2018: A Shift in China-U.S. ‘Trade War’



May 2018: What's Going on With Bonds?



April 2018: Is a Trade War a Real Threat?



March 2018: Market Volatility is Back



February 5, 2018: The Pullback Is Finally Here



February 2018: Don't Be Lulled



January 2018: Tax Reform For Christmas


 


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