July Marks Another Solid Month for US Jobs

It has happened again. The U.S. has created more jobs than most people expected according to the July employment report. The jobs market is considered one of the most important indicators of economic health, and the latest employment figures sure offer a solidly promising (if not phenomenal) picture. According to the latest data from the […]

Don’t Miss These Market Insights!

What is the possibility of a market correction? What can we expect from tax reform? And, what does the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching 22,000 really mean for health of corporate America? Get the answers to these questions and much more in this week’s edition of the Steady Investor’s Week… On to Tax Reform – […]

Is the Bull Market Nearing an End?

Bill C. from Livingston, MT asks: Mitch, I read an article on Bloomberg last week stating that a big crop of fund managers and strategists think the bull market is ending next year. Even if they’re wrong, the consensus seems to be that the good times are winding down. What should the investor response be? […]

Wall Street Post Profits Near Pre-Crisis Highs

Rising above debates on regulations and their impact on the banking sector, the top U.S. banks have brought in aggregate profits close to their pre-crisis peak. That happened amid a far less lenient regulatory framework compared to before the crisis. To curb excessive risks taken by financial institutions, the previous government made sweeping changes in […]