Market Commentary

Strong Start for Holiday Spending, Impact of Omicron, Jobless Claims at Record Low

December 6th, 2021
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Holiday spending expected to jump 10%, new variant’s impact may be muted by vaccines and other measures, jobless claims hit 52-year low.

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Supply Chains Improve, But Does Anyone Notice?

December 5th, 2021
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Supply chain problems appear to be easing, but investors don’t seem to notice—and that could be good news for stocks.

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Is the Market Too Frothy and Out of Whack?

December 2nd, 2021
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Mitch offers his analysis of a market that keeps climbing in spite of issues like inflation, supply chains, gas prices and more.

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4 Market Factors to Watch as We Close Out 2021

November 30th, 2021
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Housing and energy prices on the rise, the Fed Chairman plans for second term, labor shortages could persist into 2022

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What’s Ahead for the Economy and Corporate Earnings in Long Term

November 26th, 2021
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While it’s impossible to accurately predict conditions 10 or 20 years out, Mitch looks at history to assess the future

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Consumers Still Spending, $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Passed, U.S. Job Growth

November 22nd, 2021
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Consumers buying despite supply woes and inflation, industrial production rebounds, U.S. job numbers post net gain

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How Will New Infrastructure Spending Affect the Markets?

November 22nd, 2021
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Mitch expects the $1 trillion infrastructure law to have a muted, but overall positive impact on the economy and markets

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Is Inflation Transitory—Or Here to Stay?

November 18th, 2021
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Inflation has been described as “too much money chasing too few goods.” Mitch argues that the “too few goods” part will soon be fixed.

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Why Bold Market Predictions Rarely Pan Out

November 14th, 2021
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Every so often, someone generates headlines with an outrageous prediction … but they’re almost always wrong.

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Inflation and Producer Prices Rise, U.K. Hits a Soft Patch

November 14th, 2021
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Debate continues about whether inflation is transitory or more permanent, supply issues and messy Brexit fuel U.K. slowdown

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