Weekly Commentary June 21, 2010

The Markets A hypothetical Doctor of Investments might say we are in an “EKG market.” We’ve experienced a series of headlines that have sent the market on a yo-yo ride since we dropped the New Year’s ball in Times Square six months ago. Here...

Weekly Commentary June 14, 2010

The Markets Which country is the most attractive market for investors? Perhaps Brazil? Russia? India? China? Collectively, those four are known as the “BRIC” countries and for a number of years, many investors have pointed to them as economic stars....

Weekly Commentary June 07, 2010

The Markets Despite the blaring headlines of late, the U.S. stock market has been stuck in a broad trading range since last September. It’s easy to get caught up in the daily gyrations of the stock market’s ups and downs, but when viewed through a...

Weekly Commentary June 01, 2010

The Markets “Sell in May and go away” is a popular Wall Street adage. After the May we just experienced, investors are saying, “True that!” According to a May 1, 2008 CNNMoney.com article, “The old ‘sell in May’ strategy says...