We’ve had our fair share of grim results within the markets and economy lately. An ease in geopolitical tension and trade resolution could breathe life…View More Is the Grim Reaper Here to Stay? (#81)
Steven Van Solkema discusses the latest economic & market commentary as of Q3 2019.View More Q3 2019 Economic & Market Commentary
As if the trade wars weren’t enough, the current political harangue is causing more unrest for investors. It seems we have a case of impeachment…View More Impeachment Indigestion: How Will Investors Respond? (#80)
In this episode, our experts debunk the news that surrounds the media about passive vs. active investing and value vs. growth. What crisis do investors…View More What Crisis Do Investors Face? (#79)
Within this episode, we reflect on recent market volatility and look ahead to the Fall as the market limps to the August finish line. Right…View More August Race to the Finish: The Bears Have it, the Bulls Don’t (#78)
It’s been a wild month for the markets, are we about to go off the rails? The track ahead looks scary, investors should keep their…View More The Market’s Maximum Roller Coaster Ride: Off The Rails (#77)
Matt Schreiber discusses the similarities between present market conditions and the markets in 1998 and 1999.View More Market Mess: Can We Clean Up this Market?
We don’t need to tell you markets have been messy lately. Unfortunately, the Fed’s rate cut bump was short-lived and now investors are looking for…View More Market Mess: Is the Fed Here to Clean it Up? (#76)
Matt Schreiber discusses the similarities between present market conditions and the markets in 1998 and 1999.View More Earnings Season Indicates Trouble, but Opinion Remains of a Strong Economy
Talk is cheap. Recent Fed comments on the state of the economy and interest rate plans have the markets reacting, but why? There is a…View More The Fed Talks, the Market Walks (#75)
Steven Van Solkema discusses the latest economic & market commentary as we hit mid-year 2019.View More 2019 Mid-Year Review and Outlook
Matt Schreiber discusses the similarities between present market conditions and the markets in 1998 and 1999.View More Is the Market in Late-Stage Terminal Illness?