After shedding more than 1,000 points last week, the Dow Jones opened up Monday free-falling another 1,089, spreading panic throughout markets. These kinds of corrections cannot be predicted, however they are inevitable. The last time the market corrected (defined by … Continue reading
Join Brad Kasper, President & CFO of LSA Portfolio Analytics, and Bud Kasper, President of Barber Financial Group, as they discuss the challenges faced after a market close that saw the S&P 500 lose over 2% and how it relates … Continue reading
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Economic Update 4-06-2015 Despite being a shortened holiday week, it was busy due to a number of economic data releases. Good news came from upside surprises in factory orders, firmer housing data and a better consumer confidence reading; bad news … Continue reading
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