Why Long-Term Government Bonds are A Buy

October 21st, 2015
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Quarterly Review and Outlook, Third Quarter 2015

by Van R. Hoisington and Lacy H. Hunt, Hoisington Asset Management

Economic Realities

Future business activity will reflect two economic realities: 1) the over-indebted state of the U.S. economy and the world; and 2) the inability of the Federal Reserve to initiate policies to promote growth in this environment.

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Volatility of Valuations

October 21st, 2015
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X-factor Report 18 October 2015

by Lance Roberts, StreetTalk Live

Over the last several weeks, I have focused almost exclusively on the potential rebound in the market as we enter into the seasonally strong time of the annual investment cycle.

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Investing.com Technical Summary 20 October 2015

October 20th, 2015
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Investing.com Technical Analysis (as of Tue, 20 October 2015 05:00pm EST)

by Investing.com Staff, Investing.com

Below, technical overviews and analysis for key stock indices, commodities and currency pairs, based on market activity at the close of the 20 October 2015 U.S. session. This information is a comprehensive summary derived from simple and exponential moving averages along with key technical indicators shown for specific time intervals.

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The Week Ahead: A Boost from Housing?

October 19th, 2015
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by Jeff Miller, A Dash of Insight

It is a very unusual week for data, with many of the major housing reports on tap and not much else. China's GDP will be a big story over the weekend, and important earnings news will continue. Despite this, pundits will turn their attention to housing, asking:

Can a housing rebound signal "all clear" for the U.S. economy?

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Insider Trading 16 October 2015: Transactions Likely to be Muted Over the Coming Weeks Due to Beginning of Earnings Season

October 18th, 2015
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by Asif Suria

Insider buying declined again last week with insiders buying $24.71 million of stock compared to $55.32 million in the week prior. Selling also declined with insiders selling $295.56 million of stock last week compared to $489.91 million in the week prior. Insider transactions are likely to stay muted over the next week or two as we get into the thick of earnings season.

Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week went up to 11.96. In other words, insiders sold almost 12 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares unfavorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 8.85.

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