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Brian Gilmartin

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Per ThomsonReuter’s “This Week in Earnings”, the forward 4-quarter estimate fell to $125.80 from last week’s $126.34, or a decline of $0.48 on the week. The P/E ratio on the ...
High blood pressure is widely known as “the silent killer” for good reason. This post is a continuation of our post from early August on liquidity in the bond markets. As an RIA managing individual ...
I do wish there was a better way to track or trade the US dollar, but for the last few years, I’ve watched the PowerShares Dollar Bull ETF (NYSE:UUP)  which consists of a Deutsche Bank Long US Dollar...
Per Thomson Reuter’s This Week in Earnings, the forward 4-quarter estimate for the S&P 500 rose to $126.34 this past week, $0.06 higher than last week’s $126.28. The P/E ratio on the forward estimate ...
Hopefully readers can see the weekly chart of the U.S. 10-Year Treasury Yield, from the TNX or the CBOE 10-Year Treasury Yield Index contract. It looks like a perfect “hold” or save in terms of the ...
As a former analyst, now portfolio manager, being a data geek goes hand-in-hand with assessing various market, sector and individual security risks. Often, if the data cant be found in one place, a ...
With 493 of the S&P 500 having reported 2nd quarter earnings, the “forward 4-quarter” estimate slipped a whopping $0.05 this past week, to $126.28 from last week’s $126.33. With ...
The is based on a Wall Streeet Journal 'Real Time Economics' tweet on Tuesday after after Ben Bernanke testified in the AIG litigation recently. I think former Fed Chair Bernanke was right in ...
According to Thomson Reuter’s This Week in Earnings, the forward 4-quarter EPS estimate for the S&P 500 fell $0.25 this week to $126.33, versus last week’s $126.58. The p.e ratio on the forward ...
When we wrote the weekend earnings update and linkfest, Industrials were one of the more oversold sectors, and we promised an update on the group to readers. Industrials are roughly 10% of the S&P...