Stocks Sink on Deflating Expectations 09-25-14

Stocks are struggling as global growth concerns weight on investors’ minds. While those concerns are not entirely unfounded, they are inflated. Read more about Stocks Sink on Deflating Expectations 09-25-14

No Stock Blight Amid a Bumper Harvest 09-11-13

Commodities of all stripes have come under selling pressure in recent months over concerns about the health of the global economy. The declines have been made more pronounced with the aid of a strong U.S. currency, in a flight to safety trade that has powered the trade-weighted U.S. Dollar Index up nearly 6 percent in the third quarter. Most visible of these are crude oil, which has slipped to a two-year low, and gold, which is flirting with its June lows. Read more about No Stock Blight Amid a Bumper Harvest 09-11-13

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September 5, 2014

The Alberta Clipper

This issue we’re adding a Canadian oil & gas producer that’s rapidly ramping up its low-cost production, has the potential to significantly add to its reserves in the next several years, and yet sports some of the best valuation metrics around.

We also review events at several of our previously recommended stocks, including one that’s poised to reap dividends from Apple’s upcoming introduction of the iPhone 6. Read more about The Alberta Clipper

Investors Stay Cool as Eastern Europe Heats Up 08-28-14

The conflict in Ukraine has entered a new, more dangerous phase. Russian armored troops crossed the border, opening a new front in the conflict in the process. NATO officials report that approximately 1,000 Russian soldiers have entered Ukraine. Pro-Russian rebels who had been losing ground, have now made gains with newly acquired advanced weapons systems that could only have been supplied by Moscow. This follows failed top-level peace talks between Ukraine and Russia. Read more about Investors Stay Cool as Eastern Europe Heats Up 08-28-14

Goin’ to Jackson 08-21-14

Yesterday the U.S. Federal Reserve released the minutes from its Federal Open Market Committee’s July meeting. Upon reading those notes, analysts detected a more hawkish tone coming from the central bankers. The key takeaway was that Fed officials “noted that if convergence toward the committee’s objectives occurred more quickly than expected, it might become appropriate to begin removing monetary policy accommodation sooner than they currently anticipated.” Read more about Goin’ to Jackson 08-21-14