Stocks still making steady headway despite ongoing trade friction and election cycle suspense

– Stock yields continue beating bonds yields (4-minute video)

– China’s weakening trade hand (4-minute video)

– Recession fears are overblown (6-minute video)

– Volatility rules but look for reaccelerating earnings (6-minute video)

– No sign of recession on horizon (4-minute video)

– Stocks look good aided by level of interest rates (5-minute video)

S&P 500 likely to climb significantly further before slowing to a stop in mid-2020

– Second half looking very positive for investors (3 minute video)

Bond market not suggesting downturn anytime soon (5 minute video)

– Second half is straight up but it will still be a grind (4 minute video)

– Rate cut coming at end of July – stay long equities (2 minute video)

 

GDP and job growth driving USA economy leaving forecasters scrambling to increase projections

With friendly Fed and earnings upside its time to buy dip (5-minute video)

First quarter strength favors USA in China negotiations (4-minute video)

Synchronize global growth spells melt-up for stocks (6-minute video)

Sluggish energy stocks showing favorable outlook (3-minute video).

 

Surging stocks likely to tread water through balance of first half of 2019

Economy taking a pause, but 2019 outlook remains good (4-minute video)

Stocks setting up for extended Spring vacation (7-minute video)

Faltering international markets starting to stabilize (5-minute video)

Look for stocks to show some life in second half of 2019 (7-minute video)

Bull market could last many more years (4-minute video)

 

While world economies are downshifting, USA market continues to plow slowly ahead

– Bottom likely now in for stocks  (4-minute video)

– US economic outlook excellent for next few years (4-minute video)

– Bucking bronco stock market headed higher (3-minute video)

– Double digit surge in stocks very possible in 2019 (8-minute video)

Many market surprises likely ahead for 2019  (5-minute video)

– It’s a good time for individual stock picking  (9-minute video)

Stocks likely to stumble in January but make new high in 2019

Time to get aggressive with stock investing (6-minute video)

– Don’t look for a recession anytime in 2019 (3-minute video)

– Stocks to see steady rebound from lows (2-minute video)

– Invest in this unstable market to build long term wealth (3-miute video)

– Split government likely good in short term for stocks (4-minuite video)

– December sharp selloff signals likely stock surge in 2019 (3-minute video)

– Next two quarters should be favorable for stocks (7-minute video)

Look for stocks to bounce back from lows and finish year on upswing supported by strong GDP growth outlook

– Old tech and value stocks poise to jump (4 minute video) 

– Regulatory reductions are driving small business in USA (4 minute video)

– Tech, healthcare and financials will top market in 2019 (3 minute video)

– Favorable USA stock gap narrowing with global stocks (4 minutes video)

– Slowing overseas growth will slow stock growth in 2019 (3 minute video)

USA economic growth continues ramping up leaving the rest of world far behind

Look for S&P 500 to jump more than 10% by year end (3-minute video)

– USA in midst of greatest economic expansion in its history (3-minute video)

Tech stocks moving higher despite high valuations (3 minute video)

– Expect correction to hit markets following election (3 minute video)

 

Stocks likely to move significantly higher into year end despite growing trade conflict

– Talk of trade wars are overblown for now (6 minute video)

– US will win trade war hands down (4 minute video)

– Tech tightens continue growing at strong rate (4 minute video)

– One world proponent Greenspan worried about trade war (5 minute video)

Stocks slowly grinding higher restrained by fears over higher interest rates and mid-term election uncertainty

Momentum slowing but Europe and financials look strong (5-minute video)

– Tech stocks continue to power market (5-minute video)

– Next year looking relatively strong for stocks (3-minute video)

– Real estate looking like steady investment going forward (4-minute video)

– Tech stealing market cap from other sectors (3-minute video)

– Rising interest rates helping bonds offer alternative to stocks (4-minute video)