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Brian Gilmartin

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Next Friday, October 14, 2022 is the big day for bank reporting next week as JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), Citigroup (NYSE:C), Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), US Bancorp (NYSE:USB) and Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) report...
In the following table, the far left column is the starting data for the “annualized” or “annual” or “average, annual” return calculation, and I’ve seen the number referred to by all three monikers,...
While 1 and 3 year returns for large-cap growth have gone negative, the fact is since the June 30 update, growth has outperformed value across the large, mid and small-cap asset classes, which was...
Because Nike (NYSE:NKE) and Micron (NASDAQ:MU) reported Thursday, September 29, after the market close, those companies and the subsequent earnings and revenue revisions are not in the current IBES...
The S&P 500 has fallen 8.5% – 9%, the last two weeks. Ugly. The 10-year Treasury yield ended August, 2022 at 3.13%, today it closed at 3.70%. The 10-year yield jumped 25 basis points this week alone....
The S&P 500  fell 4.77% this week, while the 60% / 40% balanced portfolio’s YTD return fell to -15.6% versus last week’s -12.78%. The 1-year Treasury bill also hit 4% this week, only to rally a little...
After last week, the 2022 YTD return on the 60% / 40% benchmark portfolio is -12.78%, improved from the previous week’s -14.41 and improved from the week of June 17th’s -17.98%. The...
The interesting thing about Tuesday’s price action was that crude ended the day flat, or just slightly higher after OPEC announced the production cut over the weekend. In addition, with the...
The interesting thing about Tuesday’s, September 6th, ’22’s price action was that crude ended the day flat or just slightly higher after OPEC announced the production cut over the weekend, and in...
The thought looking at the softening economic data, is that the Fed and Jay Powell could be “behind the curve” again, initially with inflation on the way up in 2021, and now with the...