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Investing in an Up-and-Down Market

The volatility and classic 5 – 15% pullbacks we have seen in each of the past few years is perfectly normal and very likely to be a recurring pattern in 2013. There are several ways to benefit from market volatility and potentially enhance returns, including....

JOLTS Show Labor Market Still Healing

The nation’s labor market has come a long way since the depths of the Great Recession and its aftermath, but it still has a long way to go to get back to “normal.” We continue to expect modest improvement in the labor market in 2013. How quickly the labor market heals in 2013 will help to determine if, how, and when the Federal Reserve begins to scale back quantitative easing (QE) and eventually begins to raise interest rates...

Investor’s Guide to the State of the Union Address

President Obama’s State of the Union, scheduled for Tuesday, February 12, is unlikely to be a big market mover. However, two major themes that we will be listening for with potential market impacts: the fiscal cliff and energy independence.

Residential Recovery

Over the second half of February 2013, financial markets will begin to digest early 2013 data on the housing market: housing starts, home prices, new and existing home sales, and pending home sales. Housing made a splash in late January 2013, as the gross domestic product (GDP) data for 2012 revealed that housing added to GDP in 2012 for the first time since 2005. Market participants are now asking whether housing can continue to contribute to the economy in 2013 — and beyond.

Seeing Shadows

This Groundhog Day, when looking at the Dow, we are seeing shadows of what took place in each of the past three years as a new milestone was reached. It took the better part of a year for the market to break free of a period of ups and downs after reaching the milestone before beginning to move toward the next one. That pattern may be repeated this year; however...

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