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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

  • 07/30/2018 |  by Sheila & Rich Jamison  During recent conversations, several people asked for an easy way to explain what we do when someone asks them, “What makes JFG different?” In essence, “Give me a short version I can use to answer this.” Investing can...
  • 07/24/2018 | by Rich and Sheila Jamison Two topics, tariffs and potential yield curve inversion, have dwarfed other economic reports and disrupted the market in recent weeks. Tariff news changes too quickly for us to hope that whatever we write now will still be...
  • 07/16/2018 | by Rich & Sheila Jamison The second quarter of 2018 is now officially closed. With July Fourth also in the rearview mirror, it’s safe to say the summer season is in full swing. For many of us, the main features of July are cookouts and trips to...
  • 02/09/2018 | by Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison Calling the week just ended a wild ride would be an understatement. All three major indexes (DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ) fell into correction* territory – even though they didn’t stay there. Two weeks earlier,...
  • 10/23/2017 | Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison October has long engendered a "love, hate" relationship with investors. Some of the more notorious market meltdowns have occurred, or at least have escalated, in October; including 1978 (-9%), 1987 (-22%) and 2008 (-...
  • 08/31/2017 | by Sheila Jamison and Rich Jamison The DJIA, S&P 500 and NASDAQ composite reached a series of new highs over the last month ... and it’s made some investors nervous. Bears say the market has nowhere to go so it must drop in a correction (...

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