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Below is a list of our Market Update PDF newsletters. Click on the text link to download the pdf.
It’s important to know what your outlook as an investor is—do you believe the world is coming to an end soon, or are you optimistic and ready for the stock market to hit 30,000? Dave Gilreath shares a poem to illustrate which perspective is the one he feels is the winning approach.
What do Marie Antoinette ('Let them eat cake!'), Paul the Apostle and happy clams have in common? Better yet, what do they have to do with the market? This month, we take a look at popular mis-quotes about money and analyze what the facts really 'say', plus a look at the year so far, and some thoughts about summer.
Happy 10th (or maybe 6th) birthday to 'the most hated bull market in history'! This month, we take a look back in time to past bull-market 'weak years' (like 2015 and 2018) and the two years that have followed them; will 2019 and 2020 yield the same historic double-digit return or will this be the year the bull stops running?
Case Study: Harnessing Stock Market Volatility to Add Incremental Return, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock
An in-depth look at how advisors and their clients may be able to embrace the volatilty they fear and turn it into additional return by using a sound overlay strategy, planning for the long-haul, and approaching options with the correct methodology and understanding.
This month, we celebrate the ten-year anniversary of the 'devilish low' S&P 500 (a bottom of 666 on March 9th, 2009). Scale forward a few years to 2014 and we were confident there were still another 10,000 points of growth to eke out of the Dow, then at 17,300. So, another 5 years later, how are we doing? We take a look at the history of US Bear and Bull Markets, and highlight a few pros and cons about the current market environment.
After the worst December ever for the stock market, January brought us the best January in over 30 years! Shall we celebrate yet or hold our breaths for what this pre-election year may bring? This month, we look at how the market has historically performed during all stages of the 'presidential cycle', and what that can mean for the rest of our year. Also, we have our usual portfolio updates along with a stellar 'surprise' January-return for one of our generally-sleepy strategies.
Sheaff Brock Market Outlook 2019, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock
As 2018 comes to an end, we share our opinion (ie. best guesses) for what 2019 will bring.