Jeffrey Buchbinder

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Earnings Are Doing Their Part

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First quarter earnings growth rates were stronger than anticipated.

Sell In May? Maybe Not

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More recently, the month of May and the “Sell in May” time frame have yielded better results.

What To Watch This Earnings Season

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The first quarter earnings season will benefit from an improving economic environment and continued strength in technology.

Outlook For U.S. Economy Continues To Brighten

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Geopolitics and rates remain the key risks and, along with valuations, point to modest gains for stocks.

Is Too Much Optimism Priced In?

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Here are several different stock valuation approaches to get a more complete picture.

Be Careful What (Fed Rate Cuts) You Wish For

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Higher for longer and a “muddle-through” economy without cuts might be best for stocks in 2024.

Earnings Hope To Keep This One-Year-Old Bull Market Going

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Earnings season has kicked off with several of the big banks and a handful of other blue-chip companies having already reported results for their calendar third quarters...

Buy Japan, Hold U.S., Sell Europe

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The investment outlook for Europe does not look as attractive as it did earlier in the year.

How This U.S. Debt Downgrade Is Different From 2011

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The rating downgrade itself will likely not have any material, sustained impact on U.S. government debt or markets broadly.

Earnings Need To Do Some Heavy Lifting To Keep This Rally Going

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The latest data slightly raised the odds of a soft landing for the U.S. economy.

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