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Week of June 12th, 2017: Trump, Scandals and Markets

Remember the Clinton years? One crisis blending into another from alleged stealing to sex on the couch; fun, wasn’t it?  Yep, the President of the U.S.A.  So here we are and it’s Trump’s turn.  Is it the same, are the two men the same, are the issues the same?  No. but, the music is, and… Read More

Tis the Season for Summer Camps

Moms all over Gainesville (including me) are trying to figure out the best summer camps for their children for over the summer. Some need half-day, some need full-day and some need overnight. Thankfully, Gainesville has several fun and educational camps. Below are the day camps I hear the most about from parents and kids: Quinlan… Read More

The semiconductor index is leading the way for now.

The Semiconductor Index (.SOX) broke out to a new high this week. If semiconductor stocks are moving higher, we feel it is a good sign that the broad markets will also, potentially, continue to move higher. So, we will be watching to see if the S&P can also break out and stay new highs.  … Read More

Week of May 15, 2017: I don’t start out with winning in mind…

It’s The Walter Mitty race at Road Atlanta – the 40th running. It is one of the major historic car races of the year and represents an opportunity to be around cars and people who have written many of racing’s greatest chapters. At the start, I do not focus on winning. In fact, the first… Read More

Week of April 24, 2017: In-State or Out-of-State? What’s the difference?

I have to admit as many plans as I’ve done and college tuition costs I’ve estimated college expenses scare me, so in my mind I’ve already set some boundaries for Gabby when she starts college, but am I being fair? My boundaries are: No out-of-state college unless there’s a substantial scholarship being offered I’m not… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S. markets are set to open lower after the Federal Reserve left rates unchanged and was upbeat about the U.S. economy. Investors will now focus on the Brexit vote today in the United Kingdom. Also, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde is expected to keep interest rates unchanged.  The Producers Price Index will… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S. stock markets are set to open flat as investors wait for the Federal Reserve press conference later today. The impending tariff deadline on December 15th is also a concern for both the U.S. and Chinese stock markets. President Trump is set to meet with his top economic advisors this week before a… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S. stock futures are lower as investors are concerned about the looming tariff deadline as the December 15th approaches. Various reports say the two sides are making progress; however, there have been no reasons to be optimistic so far this week. Markets: The S&P 500 was lower on Monday closing at 3135.96 on… Read More

Getting In-Hock for Going to College, Is It Worth It?

It depends on the degree and the career you choose; we kind of already new this didn’t we? What we didn’t have wide access to, however, was the divergence in the actual costs versus the monetary benefits of the type of degree nor the difference the institution has on outcomes. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S. stock markets are set to open slightly lower to start the week after flat trading in global markets overnight. Investors were upbeat lat week after the U.S. jobs data was released on Friday showed a strong U.S. economy. The December 15th tariff deadline will now be a focus after the White House… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S stock markets are set to open higher today on news that a deal to roll back tariffs Chinese could be in the works soon. According to “people familiar with the talks,” both sides are close to agreeing on which tariffs should be removed and how to enforce China’s agricultural purchases from the… Read More

Happy Thanksgiving

I’m sure you’ve heard of it: “Sell and go away in May”. We get asked about it every year. Traditionally the period beginning May 1st through October 31st is weak for the Dow industrials. Peek at the figure 1. Astonishing isn’t it? $10,000 every November 1st and sold every April 30th grew to $1,135,173, WOW!… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S. stock markets are set to open flat Monday morning in spite of an encouraging economic report out of China. The Chinese reported that Manufacturing PMI for November increased to 50.2 from 49.3 beating expectations. The report showed a move into economic expansion for the first time since April. Also, online sales over… Read More

Meet Julia Kelly

If you know me at all you know how I feel about Georgia Tech. So, the fact that you clicked the icon to get here means you must be wondering what is going on. I am proud to announce that my friend Julia Kelly has signed with the Georgia Tech swimming and diving team! She… Read More

Daily Commentary

Headline News: U.S. stock futures higher after the South China Post reported the tariffs on Chinese imports might be delayed. The December 15th deadline could be extended as talks between the two countries continues. Domestically there will be a slew of economic reports released today that could show the health of the U.S. Economy.  The… Read More

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