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Fed Note: The FOMC completed their January meeting, with no stated changes in monetary policy, and no dissents. The target fed funds rate remains at 1.50-1.75%. The formal statement was little changed, noting low inflation and economic growth expanding at … Continue reading
Economic Update 1-21-2020 Economic news for the week included better results from several regional manufacturing indexes as well as stronger housing starts. On par with forecasts were tempered producer and consumer inflation readings, as were retail sales, while industrial production … Continue reading
Fed Note: The Federal Reserve Open Market committee decided to keep the fed funds target interest rate unchanged—at a level of 1.50-1.75%. This was widely anticipated as Fed committee members, through various speeches and other comments, have been hinting that … Continue reading
http://www.LSAstockIQ.com LSA Presents: Kevin Lane, LIVE Webinar Today at 3:30 Central Kevin, a staunch proponent of “Fusion Analysis”, which combines multiple research disciplines into an unbiased data-driven approach to investing, founded FusionIQ in 2008. He currently serves as the CCO … Continue reading
LSA – Fusion IQ Stock Revisions Every quarter the LSA IQ models will be updated based on the FusionIQ’s algorithms. FusionIQ’s proprietary four-dimensional scoring model includes but is not limited to: valuation, balance sheet strength, improving financials, price momentum, sentiment, … Continue reading
Economic Update 9-30-2019 Economic data for the week included positive results for personal income and spending, as well as durable goods orders, jobless claims, and a variety of housing metrics. Consumer confidence measures were mixed, however. Global equity markets declined … Continue reading
We’ve helped a lot of advisers transition from the world of paying basis points to a flat subscription fee and increasing their revenue significantly. If you haven’t already, contact us today to see how to implement LSA’s models and trade … Continue reading
Economic Update 7-01-2019 Economic data for the week included a little-changed GDP report for Q1, mixed housing results and consumer confidence readings, yet a weaker durable goods report. U.S. equity markets generally lost ground last week, while foreign equities earned … Continue reading