Look for stock market pull back over summer followed by strong recover in second half

-  Secular stagnation will prevail for next decade (3 minute video)

-  Look for fairly steep but short summer dip (4 minute video)

-  Strong dollar helping tech, financials and healthcare stocks (3 minute video)

-  Stock market’s long climb starting to look tired (3 minute video)

-  Oil price recovery should continue well into 2016 (3 minute video)

Worry over declining corporate earnings likely to keep stocks in sideways pattern for next few months

-  Strong dollar generally good for main street companies (4 minute video)

-  Entitlement spending is crowing out capital investment (3 minute video)

-  Energy price drop generally a plus for the economy (3 minute video)

-  Bond investors in dangerous position (3 minute video)

-  Europe much more attractive than US stock market (3 minute video)

-  Second great mortgage crisis may be brewing (3 minute video)

Steady economic growth means steady stock market gains through year end

-  Fed sees improving business condition on horizon (2 minutes video)

-  All QE efforts combined did not much matter (2 minute video)

-  Float shrink continuing to drive stocks higher (3 minute video)

-  Expect GDP growth of 3% for next few quarters (3minute video)

-  Mid 2015 rate hike still seems in doubt (2 minute video)

-  Technical indicators suggest new highs by year end (2 minute video)

-  Falling oil price good news for consumers (3 minute video)

-  Pros have mixed views on benefits of QE (3 minute video)

-  US Healthcare sector showing strong fundamentals (3 minute video)

 

 

 

Stock market on edge and likely to briefly sell off early in 4th quarter

-  Things are not bad at 2% annual GDP growth (3 minute video)

-  Look for stocks to correct soon with fast rebound (3 minute video)

-  Spooky October market dead ahead (7 minute video)

-  Outside of inflating stocks, Fed has done little (3 minute video)

-  European Central Bank gearing up for QE effort (3 minute video)

-  Major economies headed for major asset decline (3 minute video)

 

 

 

US economy moving toward expansion from recovery phase while Euro Zone in need of stimulus program

-  Building pressures likely to cause turbulence in stocks (2 minute video)

-  Bond market yields down on flight to quality (3 minute video)

-  Home price gains slowing but it’s still a seller’s market (2 minute video)

-  With markets peaking, don’t be afraid to own cash (2 minute video)

-  Sluggish Euro Zone moving toward QE easing (2 minute video)

-  Another market apocalypse in the making (2 minute video)

 

With Fed pulling back and inflation stirring, stocks could be in for bumpy ride during second half of 2014

Market likely approaching high for 2014 (3 minute video)

-  Fed has never gotten it right (3 minute video)

-  Most authorities seem unsure about the economy (2 minute video)

-  Slow growth has been good for stocks (3 minute video)

-  Housing price gains slowing sharply (3 minute video)

-  US equities are the place to be right now (3 minute video)

 

 

As stocks climb pros continue to look for 10% decline during second half of 2014

-  Tapering is now increasing risk to stocks in US (3 minute video)

-  False growth abounds everywhere (3 minute video)

-  Slow wage and GDP growth likely through 2015 (3 minute video)

-  Inflation may cause rate hike by mid 2015 (2 minute video)

-  Long time before ten year bond gets above 3% (2 minute video)

-  Emerging markets look positive longer term (2 minute video)

 

Volatile market ahead will present many buying opportunities in 2014 for long term investors

-  Market looks reasonably good at this point (3 minute video)

-  Better economic numbers will push S&P toward 2000 (4 minute video)

-  Aging capital stock slowly accelerating capex spending (3 minute video)

-  Secular stagnation may keep rates low for years (4 minute video)

-  Probably not wise to sell this May and go away (3 minute video)

 

Fed money printing and improving economy will support stock gains through mid-year but second half looking risky

-  Look for new highs and second half sell off (3 minute video)

-  Financial assets will deflate when Fed stops printing (2 minute video)

-  Fed will have trouble stopping QE anytime soon (3 minute video)

-  Wage increases likely to trigger rate hike in early 2015 (4 minute video)

-  Look for first Fed rate hike in February 2015 (2minute video)

-  Nothing supporting 3% GDP growth at this point (2 minute video)

-  European deflation calls for monetary easing now (2 minute video)

-  Japanese tax increase likely to cause recession (3 minute video)

-  China massive stimulus spending unlikely (2 minute video)

-  Limited supply driving housing prices today (2 minute video)

Market mini-panic presenting many buying opportunities for the longer run

-  Good numbers in US will overcome emerging markets pain (4 minute video)

-  Forward earnings guidance starting to cause market jitters (2 minute video)

-  US stocks to produce total return of around 8% in 2015 (2 minute video)

-  China’s banking system of growing concern (3 minute video)

-  Stronger commodity pricing in the pipeline (3 minute video)