01 May 2018
May 1, 2018

Market Commentary for 4-30-18

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2018-04-30 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. The markets fell on the week as each of the 5 major indices closed lower. The S&P 500 started flat on Monday before falling on Tuesday. Wednesday saw the lows of the week before beginning the climb back up to unchanged for the last full week of.. read more →

24 Apr 2018
April 24, 2018

Market Commentary for 4-23-18

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2018-04-23 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. Of the major markets, all but the MSCI Emerging Market index continued their trek higher last week. The week opened with modest gains as participants processed the impact of the prior weekend’s US-led missile strike on Syria. Condemnations of the attack came from Russian President Vladimir Putin.. read more →

17 Apr 2018
April 17, 2018

Market Commentary for 4-16-18

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2018-04-16 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. The Major Markets closed higher across the board last week. The Nasdaq led the pack with a sizeable gain of 2.77% for the week, re-establishing the gains year to date. While the weekly gains help the indices to move more towards positive territory, daily trading volume was.. read more →

11 Apr 2018
April 11, 2018

Market Commentary for 4-9-18

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2018-04-09 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. The roller coaster ride of the major markets continued last week as the S&P 500 fell again. After opening over 2 percent lower on Monday, the market experienced 3 consecutive days of gains only to be followed by one last day with another loss over 2%. Talk.. read more →

04 Apr 2018
April 4, 2018

Market Commentary for 4-3-18

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2018-04-02 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. While the Major Markets closed the holiday shortened week higher, they didn’t seem to find much relief as volatility was still elevated from day to day. Monday began the week with the largest daily gains since the flash-crash week of August 2015. The exuberance was short lived,.. read more →

27 Mar 2018
March 27, 2018

Market Commentary for 3-26-18

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2018-03-26 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. As if coming out of hibernation in the spring, the bears re-emerged last week causing the major markets to decline substantially. By the end of the week, the NASDAQ and the Emerging Markets Indices were the two major markets still positive year to date. The declines began.. read more →

20 Mar 2018
March 20, 2018

Market Commentary for 3-19-18

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2018-03-19 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. The back and forth continued this week as the markets largely ended lower. In somewhat of a turn of events, Real Estate and Utilities were the only sectors than closed higher after being two of the weakest sectors year to date. Each day closed progressively lower last.. read more →

13 Mar 2018
March 13, 2018

Market Commentary for 3-12-18

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2018-03-12 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. The Major Markets closed higher as the back and forth fluctuations of the market continue. The NASDAQ set a new all-time high while the remaining major markets continue their attempts to reclaim their prior high-water marks. Tuesday marked the 9-year Anniversary from the Financial Crisis low of.. read more →

07 Mar 2018
March 7, 2018

Market Commentary for 3-6-18

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2018-03-05 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. February ended much like January did as the S&P 500 traded higher just before falling on the last couple days of the month. When February was completed, the S&P 500 saw the first monthly decline in 10 months with a loss of 3.89% Last week’s activity showed.. read more →

27 Feb 2018
February 27, 2018

Market Commentary for 2-26-18

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2018-02-26 Market Commentary from Stuart Cahill on Vimeo. Markets spent most of the holiday shortened trading week in the red with glimpses of gains on Tuesday and Wednesday before a late day rally took the S&P 500 into positive territory for the week. By Friday’s close, the Major Markets all ended higher, if ever so.. read more →