Dynamic Asset Allocation – with Patrick Traverse

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Weekly Stock Market Recap – July 13, 2013

By | July 13th, 2013 09:07 AM EST | posted in Weekend Edition, Weekly Market Recap

THE BEST AND WORST STOCK MARKET PERFORMANCES FOR THE WEEK ENDING JULY 13, 2013. Performance leaders this week: all 9 U.S. sectors closed the week higher. The utilities sector posted the best performance of the week at 4.2%. The year-to-date U.S. … Continue reading

Weekly Stock Market Outlook – April 22-26, 2013

By | April 22nd, 2013 08:04 AM EST | posted in Weekly Market Outlook

(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) The key reports this week are the Q1 advance GDP report to be released on Friday, New home sales for March on Tuesday, and existing home sales for March on Monday. … Continue reading

Weekly Stock Market Outlook – April 1-5, 2013

By | April 5th, 2013 12:04 AM EST | posted in Weekly Market Outlook

(This week’s market outlook is provided by Calculated Risk.) The key report this week is the March employment report on Friday. Other key reports include the ISM manufacturing index on Monday, vehicle sales on Tuesday, ISM service index on Wednesday, and the Trade … Continue reading

Weekly Stock Market Recap – March 30, 2013

By | April 1st, 2013 12:04 PM EST | posted in Weekly Market Recap

THE BEST AND WORST STOCK MARKET PERFORMANCES FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 30, 2013. Performance leaders this week: 8 of 9 U.S. sectors closed the week higher. The health-care sector posted the largest gains of the week at 2.6%. The year-to-date … Continue reading

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Weekly Stock Market Recap – August 17, 2012

By | August 17th, 2012 07:08 PM EST | posted in Weekly Market Recap

THE BEST AND WORST STOCK MARKET PERFORMANCES FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUGUST 17, 2012. Performance leaders this week: 8 of 9 U.S. sectors closed the week higher. Conglomerates gained the most with a weekly gain of 2.2%. The year-to-date U.S. sector … Continue reading

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