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Chief of Scooters

The year has gotten off to a good start with low interest rates and market momentum pushing investors to put cash into equities.

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Taco Bell Leads the Way

The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 29,000 briefly today setting a new high, before pulling back slightly to finish the day just below this new threshold.

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Loss of the Landline

With the holidays soon upon us, the news has gotten decidedly slow. However, it does seem a trade deal is imminent as of this writing, which is a nice step toward more normal trade relations with China.

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Olde West Chester Christmas Walk!

Despite a number of sharp swings this week, the markets look to finish near where they started. News regarding trade with China, as well as potential new tariffs threatened by President Trump, whipsawed investors who traded with reckless abandon.

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Happy Thanksgiving

Being a holiday week for the markets, we thought we’d take the opportunity to send out our weekly email a little earlier than usual.

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The Nature of Time

Despite the fact it was a contentious week, investors continue to look to the end of the year with hopes of a trade resolution and perhaps a bit more clarity going into 2020.

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Project Cache

Earnings announcements wrapped up this week with the last remaining stragglers reporting. The start of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill garnered most of the media’s attention this week. Fed isn't eager to cut rates further.

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Zima, Anyone?

The market has had a great few weeks. Earnings announcements in-line or better than expected coupled with economic data that doesn’t seem to be weakening beyond expectations has put investors in a downright giddy mood.

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Quantum Supremacy

As far as weeks go, this one was pretty middle-of-the-road. While there were a lot of companies reporting earnings announcements, there weren’t any that stood out as exceptionally good or bad.

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