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New Market Highs and Positive Expected Returns

Posted by Chad R. O'Connell AIF QPFC

Jan 12, 2017 12:10:59 PM

There has been much discussion in the news recently about new nominal highs in stock indices like the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500.

When markets hit new highs, is that an indication that it’s time for investors to cash out? History tells us that a market index being at an all-time high generally does not provide actionable information for investors. For evidence, we can look at the S&P 500 Index for the better part of the last century.

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Topics: wealth management, S&P500, stock markets, election, Dow Jones, volatility, 2017, return on investment



A Post Election Look at the Markets

Posted by Pat Bohen

Jan 3, 2017 4:30:58 PM

Happy New Year!  Patrick Bohen provided his insights to David Robinson of The Buffalo News for a New Year's Day article covering what 2017 may hold in store for the stock market. 

What will 2017 bring for stocks? Local investment advisers make predictions.

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As Donald Trump goes, so goes the stock market.

That, in a nutshell, is how local investment advisers see 2017 shaping up.

The president-elect, if he’s able to deliver on some of his pro-business tax and regulation promises, could be a powerful force on Wall Street in 2017. If he can’t, Trump’s failure to cut taxes, ease regulations could lead to widespread disappointment among investors who now are counting on his promises becoming reality.

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Topics: wealth management, new year, Dow, NYSE, NASDAQ, stock markets, current events, election





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