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U.S. Stocks: Look for Stronger Performance in Second Half of 2015

At the end of 2014 we explained why “stocks are expensive, offer mediocre risk / reward.” The weak 2.5% price rise so far this year is consistent with that call. But stocks should be stronger in the second half because … Continue reading

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Get Set for Fed Rate Hikessssss

Item: In a major new report, a blue-ribbon panel of economists estimates that if all the brain power expended over the past 20 years forecasting the next move by the Federal Reserve had, instead, been used for productive endeavors, U.S. … Continue reading

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Larry, Janet, and Democrats’ War on Women

Lecherous Democrats Bill Clinton, Anthony Weiner, Bob Filner and Elliott Spitzer have given a whole new meaning to the phrase “hands-on management.”  But nearly as indefensible is Obama’s desire to name Larry Summers, rather than Janet Yellen, to replace Ben … Continue reading

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