Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
April 12, 2018
April 12, 2018

Top ETF Picks For Your IRA

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With the tax filing deadline of April 17 a few days away, investors still have some time to make contributions to their individual retirement accounts (IRAs) for the 2017 tax year. IRAs allow investors to buy individual stocks, bonds, ETFs

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April 12, 2018

Tomorrow’s Big News Will Be In This ETF

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Tomorrow, before the open, earnings season has the opportunity to ignite bullish sentiment in stock… Or torch it. Three influential companies that account for 25% of the Financial Sector ETF (XLF) will report earnings.  The companies are, JPM, WFC, and

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The May natural gas contract gained a whopping 11 ticks on the day to settle up .4% in a day of relatively slow trading around this morning’s EIA print.  Prices were trading lower this morning before continued firm cash prices

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April 12, 2018

Junk Equity Index Signals Financial Stress

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Tariff News Driving The S&P 500 The chart below shows the S&P 500 since December. The tariff announcements are labeled along with the 33 day moving average and pivot points. The relative strength index is in the top chart. This

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If ETF inflows are supposed to be some type of strong foundation for the market to rest on, Blackrock’s latest quarterly earnings report should be a sign that the bottom could be ready to fall out. The world’s largest asset manager saw

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This week the House is expected to vote on a balanced budget amendment (BBA), introduced by Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), chairman of the Judiciary Committee. The amendment would require federal budget outlays to equal receipts each year. Subjecting fiscal policy to rules, rather

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April 12, 2018

The Allocation In Asset Allocation

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I have spoken about the need for proper diversification and asset allocation in the past. However, there is more to asset allocation than many people suspect when it comes to precious metals. It turns out that how you hold gold

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Starting tomorrow, quarterly results from major banks will kick-off the first quarter earnings season. The resurgence of dormant volatility due to trade war tensions, technology industry woes and inflation will certainly drive trading revenues. A tighter rate environment will also

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On a day when some war fears subside investors are taking a more risk on approach. US markets are getting a buy while metals and treasuries are selling-off. Chris Temple joins me to outline some of the sectors he thinks

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