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JFG Insights

Original, Useful Financial Wisdom & Insights

By the Jamison Financial Group

The JFG team delivers original and insightful commentary regarding the state of economic affairs and financial markets. Combining forward-looking financial modeling, commonsense research and real facts in easy to understand explanations. Topics include: noteworthy financial events, global perspectives, weekly recaps, U.S. highlights, the week ahead and more.

Candid, often witty, and most certainly – insightful

  • 12/12/2016 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison December 9, 2016 Market activity since the election brought with it several technical changes. Most have positive implications for the US equity market going forward. As many more readers will care about the meaning...
  • 12/09/2016 | As 2016 closes, we look back on a year that was full of unexpected events. Some good; others not so good – both kinds showed up. Here’s a quick look back at some that may have slipped your mind during the intervening months. Might even be one you...
  • 11/14/2016 | by Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison Our headline’s play on words isn’t unique. However, it was simply too enticing to resist as it fits today’s topic so well. Why? Despite the dire predictions pre President-elect Trump’s win, the stock market rallied...
  • 10/10/2016 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison Franklin Templeton Investments (FT) held almost all of WisdomTree’s Australia & New Zealand Debt ETF (AUNZ). The fund has returned over 12% this year when both Australia and New Zealand bonds rallied after their...
  • 09/09/2016 | by Sheila Jamison The stories of the dogs who helped during and after the 9/11 attacks is bittersweet. Here’s some of the sweet part. Salty Salty was a guide dog for Omar Rivera. Rivera lost his sight due to glaucoma, and was working in the Port...
  • 08/05/2016 | Sheila Jamsion and Rich Jamison Are Stocks Due for a Correction? We revisit the drawdowns, pullbacks and corrections topic when markets get a bit jittery. The media pundits’ cry of “scary” motivates us. Keep in mind that the media’s primary...

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