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Sage Advice Special Report Sept 2004
Inflation has always been at the forefront of the market’s consciousness and for good reason. Besides dictating real household spending power and real returns for. . . .
Sage Advice Special Report Aug 2004
The 32,000 increase in payrolls in July, following just 78,000 in June (revised from 112,000) was disappointing and the reaction in the bond market was. . . .
Sage Advice Special Report June 2004
For bond market participants, the recent employment numbers have essentially shifted the question of Fed tightening from “when”, to “how aggressively” will the Fed raise. . . .
Sage Advice Quarterly Market Review 1Q2004
As the campaign season swings into full gear, the Democrats, after they settle on a candidate, will be searching for a mantra that reflects the public’s discontent. . . .
Sage Advice Quarterly Market Review 4Q2003
When the legendary baseball guru Casey Stengel cited a fact, he would often challenge listeners to “look it up.” In one of his more ingenious. . . .
Sage Advice Special Report July 2003
The volatility of the markets can sometimes blur the relative value of good, steady performers in the investment universe. This phenomenon has been particularly evident. . . .