Knowledge is Power: Canadian Stocks, Emerging Markets, Copper Edition

TIPS Improve Income Stability For Lifestyle Goals , S&P Indexology Blog Emerging Markets Third-Quarter Recap: A Stellar Rally, Franklin Templeton 12 Tips for a Secure Retirement, Manning & Napier Car Manufacturers Are Electrifying Copper, “The Metal of the Future”, US Funds Are Canadian stocks headed towards a (relatively) big fourth quarter?, Finacial Post Five macroeconomic factors driving …

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S&P 500 vs. US Gross Tax Receipts

Tax receipts in the US are lower than government expenditures causing deficits year after year. Another factor to consider is that just because the stock market keeps rising Uncle Sam is not going to earn higher taxes. Conventional wisdom would mean that soaring stocks would lead to higher taxes paid to Uncle Sam.But that is …

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The Dow Jones 1,000 Point Milestones

The Dow Jones crossed the 23,000 mark and closed at 23,157.60 yesterday. This year alone the Dow has crossed four thousand point thresholds. The following table shows the 1,000 point milestones of the index since its inception: Click to enlarge Source: The Dow Crosses 23,000 by Jamie Farmer, Indexology Blog, S&P Global

Cyclical Bull Market in US Stocks Since World War II

The Dow Jones crossed 23,000 for the first time today. The S&P 500 has also made record gains since the Global Financial Crisis(GFC) of 2008-09. In fact, the current cyclical bull market is the second strongest in terms of returns and is also the second longest since World War II according to an article by …

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