Market Commentary

When Does Rising Government Debt Become a Problem?

July 26th, 2021
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Global debt was more than 100% of GDP in 2020. As long as the economy keeps growing, that is sustainable.

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Debt Ceiling Deadline, U.S. Life Expectancy Drops, Homebuilders Can’t Keep Up

July 26th, 2021
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Government must act on debt by July 31, Covid-19 shortens U.S. life spans, home building supply/demand imbalance

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Why Every Investor Should Rebalance Their Portfolio Each Year

July 22nd, 2021
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Portfolio rebalancing helps ensure your investments stay aligned with your goals

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Inflation Rises Again, Record High Job Openings, Strong China Q2 GDP Growth

July 19th, 2021
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Examining the 4 categories of rising inflation, glut of open jobs may not last, China’s growth may not be sustainable

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Do High Valuations Signal a Bear Market Ahead?

July 19th, 2021
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Investors and pundits who claim that high P/E ratios inevitably lead to long bear markets are ignoring other key factors

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What Are the New Rules for Inherited IRAs?

July 15th, 2021
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The 2020 SECURE Act includes new rules about making withdrawals from an inherited

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U.S. Consumer Fuels Global Demand and Creates Global Risks

July 12th, 2021
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American consumers lead the way in this recovery, but create challenges throughout the global economy

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Supermarkets Stockpiling Food, Oil Prices and Cargo Costs Soar

July 12th, 2021
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Grocery stores hoard ahead of higher prices, retail and hospitality hiring boom, shipping costs have doubled in two months

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Mitch Looks at Some Underappreciated Fundamental Economic Signs

July 12th, 2021
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While the media focuses on inflation and labor issues, some positive economic indicators don’t get headlines.

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Consumer Purchases Shift, Business Investment Soars, Banks Remain Strong

July 12th, 2021
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Consumers switch to travel, restaurant spending, business investment tops pre-Covid high, banks not stressed

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