If You Want to Know Where Stocks are Headed, Don’t Ask the Economy

May 22, 2013

Stocks should do well when the economy does well. This seems like a no brainer. After all, a strong economy should mean that more profit and growth is available to corporations, and that should make its way down to shareholders. This, in turn, should reward investors who pursue broad market exposures offered through ETFs like […]


Political Parties and GDP

January 9, 2013

Have you ever wondered why your candidate is better for the economy than the other candidate? Ever think supporters of the opponent are thinking the same? It is interesting to note that both sides feel their party and their candidates are better for the economy and stock market. We surely saw this phenomenon in last […]