GDP downshifting likely to cause stocks to stall out through balance of 2016

First half 2016 GDP at 1% exceptionally slow and troubling (2 minute video)

With earnings dropping, S&P 500 looks very overvalued (5 minute video)

Slow motion recovery makes it difficult for young workers (6 minute video)

Artificially low interest rates causing worldwide strains (3 minute video)

Watch oil pricing for signaling stock breakout to new highs (4 minute video)

Stocks likely going nowhere over Summer months but slowly improving corporate profits bode well for second half of 2016

–  Nothing in GDP growth suggests Fed should increase rates (2 minute video)

–  Oil demand could push price to $85 per barrel by year end (4 minute video)

–  Look for bank stocks to continue to move higher (3 minute video)

–  Stock candidates for the next four years and longer term (2 minute Video)

–  Some housing markets seeing unsustainable appreciation (3 minute video)

Stocks facing rocky road through summer as worldwide growth slows

Fed throws in the towel on 2016 rate hikes (4 minute video)

Don’t look for WTI oil above $47 for the next year (6 minute video)

Warning flags being hoisted as growth falters (2 minute video)

Market set-up for sharp, short downturn (3 minute video)

Investors need to invest defensively (5 minute video)

Expect stock market to tread water during first quarter but outlook improving for solid rebound beginning around mid-year

– Reports of China’s crash are greatly overblown (4 minute video)

– Banks appear to be ridiculously cheap (4 minute video)

– Year-end slowing spells concern for first half 2016 (3 minute video)

– Government market support declining and that’s a worry (3 minute video)

– Yes we are in recession – if you must ask (2 minute video)

– Here’s what works in negative rate environment (3 minute video)

– Stock market likely weak for balance of 2016 (3 minute video)

Look for slowing growth and small stock market gains in 2016

Fed’s finagling with low rates will end badly for US (5 minute video)

Sluggish housing market likely in store for new year (3 minute video)

Look for another year of slow GDP growth worldwide (3 minute Video)

Energy and Fed hikes could doom second half of 2016 (4 minute video)

Dismal year for oil followed by rational pricing in 2017 (3 minute video)

Growing global concerns will keep US equities from advancing over next quarter

–  Inflation building and will limit stock market gains (3 minute video)

–  Consumption growth not matching up with low unemployment (3 minute)

–  Fed accommodation is a major hindrance to growth (4 minutes)

Many green shoots point to growth for equities in 2016 (3 minute video)

International events will cause stock markets to struggle over summer with likely strong rebound into year end

–  Government devaluing dollar is dangerous game (4 minute video)

–  Bank stocks setting up for strong run over next few years (3 minute video)

–  Look for stocks to rebound during second half (2 minute video)

–  Understanding the complex mind of the Fed (2 minute video)

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 & 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)

Mounting pressures and sluggish worldwide growth to limit stock gains in 2015 to mid-single digits

–  Oil’s price decline not signaling deflation (4 minute video)

–  Markets starting to price in a global slowdown (3 minute video)

–  Look for profit growth to fall to about 7% in 2015 (3 minute video)

–  Fed is playing for time before having to raise interest rates (2 minute video)