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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

  • 04/11/2015 |  by Sheila & Rich Jamison                We’ve recently asked a random sampling of people (both clients and others) what would they like to see on our website.* We’ve gotten lots of good feedback. We appreciate that as it is how we can make...
  • 04/04/2015 | – by Sheila & Rich Jamison  We discussed the “being forced to choose” BFO (Blinding Flash of the Obvious) in the last InSights (found here). We focused on Being put into a box that makes us choose sides on an issue we didn’t even know we had,...
  • 03/28/2015 | – by Sheila & Rich Jamison  In the last two weeks, we’ve seen our GDP grow less than expected, new military combatants involved in the mid-east, Greece making the rest of the world nervous regularly, oil dropping, spiking and dropping again,...
  • 03/14/2015 | - by Sheila & Rich Jamison - Apple stock will be part of the DOW (Dow Jones Industrial Average) when it opens this coming Thursday. AT&T’s stock comes out to make room. That’s Good, Right? For Apple, that could be a bad thing. Surprisingly,...
  • 03/07/2015 | The NASDAQ composite index closed above 5,000 last Monday for the first time since March 10th of 2000. By mid-day Tuesday, the word bubble became the mantra for many of the pundits who trod across the media stage. They claimed it was like 2000, just...
  • 02/28/2015 | -by Sheila & Rich Jamison - Today, the pièce de résistance in our series on volatility … do men and women behave differently in the financial markets? (click here for part 1 and/or here for part 2) New research suggests they do. Apparent...

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