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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

  • 07/15/2017 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison We recently heard, “I watch CNBC and Bloomberg. I read the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and the Investor’s Business Daily. I check out websites like the Motley Fool, Morningstar and Zacks. Does technical analysis...
  • 07/13/2017 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison With the tech sector’s strong 2017 performance to date (up just over twice as much as the S&P 500 index), people have asked us if technology is in a bubble. Is it like the 2000 tech bubble (often referred to as...
  • 05/17/2017 | Sheila Jamison & Rich Jamison The Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer. Driving, among other seasonal activities, increases. That translates into increased demand for gasoline. As you know, increased demand usually means...
  • 04/10/2017 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison April 7, 2017 We wrote on Q1’s events as they occurred. Many things happened, some changed quickly and some are still in a state of uncertainty and flux. We felt you’d like a recap all in one place. More important,...
  • 04/04/2017 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 averted the threat of a government shutdown. However, in it Congress eliminated a long-time Social Security claiming strategy, called "file and suspend", as of April 30, 2016 to save...
  • 03/17/2017 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison A pullback of 2,000-3,000 points in the Dow Jones Industrial Average is not out of the realm of possibility. Got your attention, didn’t it? The real question is how significant would that be. Of course, that is up to...

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