Posts with the category ‘Bull Market’


2017 Yearly Market Review

A Year Like No Other Provided by and eMoney Advisor LLC As we reflect on 2017, it is tempting to focus on events that probably had little impact on the markets or the global economy – because it really was a year like no other. In the past 12 months, we faced new nuclear fears from North Korea; debated whether NFL players should take a knee during the national anthem; experienced the largest security breach in history; tempted fate by… Read More


Stocks Could Rise As Much As 27% in 2018

By Mark Kolakowski   The S&P 500 Index (SPX​) should reach a record 2,800 by the end of 2018, more than 7.5% above the open of trading on Monday, based on the average forecasts from nine market strategists polled by Bloomberg. Some strategists forecast stocks could rise as much as 27 percent. Those gains would create the longest bull market on record. Key reasons for their continued bullishness, per Bloomberg: even without tax reform, corporate earnings in the U.S. are rising at a… Read More


Bulls, Bears & Charlatans

Posted June 11, 2017 by Ben Carlson “The reason that ‘guru’ is such a popular word is because ‘charlatan’ is so hard to spell.” – William Bernstein The word ‘charlatan’ is supposedly derived from the Italian word ciarlare, which means ‘to babble.’ Some of the original charlatans were confidence men who would prey upon people’s misunderstandings about healthcare before modern medicine existed. There used to be traveling medicine shows where the salesperson would make promises of magic elixirs that would heal all… Read More


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