Sy Harding

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01/24/2014 Was the Fed Too Hasty With Its Taper Decision? Article
01/17/2014 I Sure Hope It Was the Weather’s Fault Article
01/10/2014 The Jobs Report Rained on New Fed Chair Yellen’s Honeymoon Period Article
01/03/2014 Will the Market’s 2013 Winners Also Be Winners in 2014? Article
12/27/2013 Investors Expectations Also Need Tapering As We Enter 2014 Article
12/20/2013 The Fed Will Still Provide Massive QE Next Year - But... Article
12/13/2013 Three Stocks to Avoid Article
12/06/2013 Will the Real Economy Please Stand Up? Article
12/02/2013 Market Seasonality and The Fed Are a Powerful Combination Article
11/22/2013 The Fed Is Backed Into a Corner Article
11/15/2013 Why It’s Still Only a Cyclical Bull Market Within the Long-Term Secular... Article
11/08/2013 Don't Worry So Much About the Record U.S. Government Debt Article
11/01/2013 It’s Still Too Early to Worry About the Fed Tapering Article
10/25/2013 The Bull Market Continues, but Watch Out for the Short Term Article
10/18/2013 New Concerns Will Continue Market’s Volatility Article
10/11/2013 Buy Emerging Markets, But Carefully Article
10/04/2013 Sell In May and Re-Enter When? Article
09/27/2013 Everything Still Looks Bullish – In the Rear-View Mirror Article
09/20/2013 Has Warren Buffett Nailed Another Market Top? Article
09/13/2013 Stock Market Reaches for New Highs Even as Risks Rise Article
09/06/2013 What Did the Week of Major Economic Reports Tell Us? Article
08/30/2013 Was Second Quarter the Peak for the Economic Recovery? Article
08/23/2013 U.S. Treasury Bonds Are Oversold Article
08/09/2013 Withdrawal From Stimulus Addiction Will Be Difficult Article
08/02/2013 Real Estate Mini-Bubble Deflating May Be Economy’s Next Problem Article
07/26/2013 Stock Market Bubbles Cannot Be Timed Article
07/19/2013 Smart Money and Public Investors Disagree - Again! Article
07/12/2013 It’s Bernanke Versus the Four-Year Presidential Cycle Article
07/05/2013 The Good Jobs Report Does Not Offset the Many Negatives Article
07/01/2013 Politicians Should Study the Four-Year Presidential Cycle Article

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