Monthly Archives: April 2014

What’s holding back the recovery?

By Adam HershApril 30, 2014 Nearly five years since the start of the business-cycle expansion, the U.S. economy is still struggling to gain traction. Compared to the prior three U.S. expansions, going back to 1982, the economy is recovering at … Continue reading

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Quarterly Outlook Summary

The choppy markets continue to perform well based upon earnings improvements and an anticipated accommodative Federal Reserve. Inasmuch as inflation remains nearly nonexistent and deflation continues to lurk, there is little more that the Fed can do other than to … Continue reading

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