As forecasters rush to ramp-up 2021 GDP estimates, inflation concerns are rising

GDP estimates surging for 1st quarter and full year (3-minute video)

Fiscal Stimulus may drive accelerating inflation (5-minute video)

Normalcy is still a ways off so buy the dips (4-minute video)

Fiscal Stimulus may drive accelerating inflation (5-minute video)

Stock market looks poised for 10% percent pull back (6-minute video)

Stagnant big cap tech stocks likely to resume growth cycle (4-minute video)

Depressed interest rates don’t support high stock prices (4-minute video)

Economy quickly rebounding after two-month recession but many businesses will need further aid to recover or survive

Labor market and inventory build picking up steam (5-minute video)

Ultralow rates could be fostering a new roaring twenties (3-minute video)

Home building roaring into year end and 2021 looks strong (3-minute video)

Massive amount of money waiting to enter market (2-minute video)  

Stocks drifting higher into year-end regardless who wins (3-minute video)

Demand pull-forward and clousures means slower growth (3-minute video)

Market toppy short term and pullback possibility increasing (2-minute video)

Stock market likely range bound through election day

Look for S&P to dip to 2800 in second half (4-minute video)  

Softness at quarter end with 3rd quarter looking strong (3-minute video)

Stocks market action feels bad but on road to recovery (5-minute video)

Pull backs and surges order of the day (3-minute video)

Housing market strong and getting stronger (2-minute video)

USA continues to drive worldwide growth

– Stay the course with stocks (3- minute video)

– Service sector may carry economy for a good long time (5-minute video)

– Stocks repricing means possible big gains in 2020 (3-minute video).

– Markets doing remarkably well in face of Coronavirus (2-minute video)

– Economy could make little progress in 2020 (4-minute video)

Look for stocks to be strong early in 2020 but then sell off into year end

– Stocks poised to move higher entering 2020 (5-minute video)

– Rotation into bond ETF’s signal investors reducing risk (5-minute video)

– 2020 has difficult issues particularly on trade front (4- minute video)

Next year looking good with mid-signal digit stock gains (6-minute video)

– Market performance makes Trump re-election likely (6-minute video)

– Residential housing gains decelerating to 3% in 2020 (5-minute video)

– Tax cuts powering economy and higher tax revenues (8-minute video)

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)

 

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)

 

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)