In this week’s recap: the pace of job creation slows, the factory & service sectors expand, OPEC signs off on an output cut, and Wall Street copes with turbulence.
Despite the modest returns for the month of November, the market has reminded us about the “Wild World” of investing in equities in 2018.
The federal government offers some major tax breaks for older Americans. Some of these perks deserve more publicity than they receive.
In this week’s recap: a gain in existing home sales, a dip for consumer sentiment, more pain for the oil sector, and more losses for the big three.
In this week’s recap: a bit more inflation pressure, a big fall retail sales gain, another setback for light sweet crude, and a down week on Wall Street.
Despite the poor start to the fourth quarter, the Equity Trend Model stayed positive year-to-date and on a one year basis up 4.98% and 6.75% respectively.
Volatility will always be around on Wall Street, and as you invest for the long term, you must learn to tolerate it. Rocky moments, fortunately, are not the norm.
In this week’s recap: home sales lag, retail sales barely improve, new Fed minutes discuss staying the course, and major equity indices advance.
Equity Trend followed up its strong strong month in August with a positive return for September gaining 1.27%.
Equity investments are risky things, and Wall Street is a risky place.