Why Do We Care About Earnings?

Stocks rallied again last week on a strong Tech sector showing, bringing the S&P 500 positive for the year again. For the week, the S&P 500 gained 2.07%, the Dow grew 2.50%, and the NASDAQ... Read more »

GCG’s Third Quarter Market Analysis

Written and prepared by: Andrew Gluck, CFA Managing Director of GCG Wealth ManagementUncomfortably NormalThird quarter returns for stocks, both domestic and global, have been shaken up due to... Read more »

S&P Posts Biggest Weekly Gain of 2015

Stocks ended last week on a strong note, regaining a lot of lost ground and giving the S&P 500 its best week of the year. For the week, the S&P 500 gained 3.26%, the Dow grew 3.72%, and the... Read more »

Markets Fall Amid Additional Turmoil

Stocks continued their rollercoaster ride last week, dogged by worries from Washington and a plunge in biotechs that pushed the major indexes lower. For the week, the S&P 500 lost 1.36%, the Dow... Read more »

Will Interest Rates Go Up for the First Time in Nearly a Decade?

Stocks rebounded during the holiday-shortened week as gains in overseas stock markets spurred buying activity, giving the Dow its best week since March. Despite the buying pressure, investors curbed their enthusiasm ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting next week. For the week, the S&P 500 gained 2.07%, the Dow grew 2.05%, and the NASDAQ gained 2.96%. (1)

China’s Growth Sputters

Fresh data out of China showed that factory output missed expectations, supporting the view that China’s economic growth may dip below 7% for the first time since the global recession. Infrastructure investment also fell, leading many experts to believe that China’s central government may be forced to roll out new measures to boost economic growth. (2)

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