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Craig Adeyanju

Joined: Sep 05, 2013
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Craig Adeyanju's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Craig Adeyanju's articles, including current analysis & opinion.

Small cap stocks have been on fire this year, and it looks like 2017 could be an even better year for them when Trump takes office in January. The Russell 2000 Index ended 2016 up 19.48%, and...
The recent revelation of a slowdown in hiring in the US was already making experts and investors suspect that the economic growth might have tapered. And when you consider that improving employment...
With Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) stock price down by about 14.7% from its 52-week high, there are questions of weather Ford remains a worthy investment. The economic uncertainties in china, which have...
Amazon.com, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) much-publicized Prime Day has come, and going by consumers’ reviews, it was an utterly disappointing event. As a result, many have seen Wal-Mart Stores,...
The last six or seven years has been a challenging economic environment for most of the country. The financial crisis in 2008-2009 created an enormous amount of damage not only in monetary terms, but...
Last week was full of difficulties for investors, as they experienced a 250+ point fall in the DOW, an exchange crash at the NYSE and world events that will have a significant impact on the investing...
We are now well into the 3rd quarter of 2015 and the future economic picture for the U.S. is about as clear as mud! 2013 began with almost zero growth in the first quarter, but quickly gained momentum...
US Economy The United States represents the world’s largest economy. With 22% of nominal Global GDP and 17% of global GDP (PPP) it is the frontrunner in world economy. Being a major player in...
For the most, analysts want you to believe that the economy isn’t growing. And the fact that the Fed didn’t say in particular when it would hike interest rates in its last press briefing...
When accessing the state of the economy, we often tend to focus solely on metrics – like consumer spending, unemployment rates, etc. – from various governmental agencies. While these...