Out With the Old, In With the New: Themes For 2015 The question I’m most often asked at the beginning of each year is, “Where do you seen the Dow Jones Industrial Average heading this year?” The new year always brings wild predictions from “experts” who have allegedly figured out what this market is going…
Roger gives his two cents on bell curves. Something that most of you probably remember learning way back in high school, but this concept can be applied to point & figure charts.
Roger gives his two cents about the retail sector and how everything that is written or talked about on Wall Street is written to make you do the wrong thing.
“Precision Castparts Time to Weed” Roger gives his two cents worth on Precision Castparts and the new relative strength SELL signal.
“How Low Can Oil Go?” Roger gives his two cents worth on the price of oil in this edition of “Two-Minute-Tuesday.”
“Not in the Predicting Business” Roger gives his two cents worth the business of predictions this edition of “Two-Minute-Tuesday.”
Roger gives his two cents worth on the mid-term elections and a technical indicator with an amazing record of accuracy in this edition of “Two-Minute-Tuesday.”
“Putting the Pullback in Perspective” Roger give his two cents worth on the recent market pullback and subsequent rebound in this installment of “Two-Minute-Tuesday.”
“The Power of the Support Line” Roger give his two cents worth on the “Support Line” that helps guide investment decisions in this installment of “Two-Minute-Tuesday.”
“Will the Fed Raise Interest Rates?” Roger gives his two-cents worth to answer the question, “When will the Fed raise interest rates?’ in this week’s installment of Two-Minute-Tuesday.
“Have Small Caps Lost Their Mojo??” Roger gives his two cents worth on the vitality of small cap stocks.
“Alive & Kicking” Roger give his two cents worth on a century-old theory confirming the Bull market is alive and kicking.
“Back to the Future!” Roger gives his two cents worth on Piper Jaffray’s recent Informed Investor report by Sr. Technical Analyst, Craig Johnson, comparing today’s markets to the 1950’s.
“Stocks Up…Incomes Down” Roger gives his two cents worth on why the majority of Americans continue to struggle as the market continues to rise.
“Are You Engaged?” This week Roger gives his two cents worth on a recent Fidelity Investments study on how involved investors are with their retirement funds, and asks a few questions of Fidelity.
“Did You Know?” Roger gives his two cents worth on an interesting occurrence that happened in the market in July of 2013 which has persisted for 13 consecutive months.
“Risk Change In The Markets” Roger gives his two cents on the risk change in the markets. Now is as good a time as any to have your investment or retirement portfolio reviewed in order to ensure the inclusion of technically sound companies, and to weed out the laggards.
“Something to Think About” In this video Roger gives his two cents worth on the financial implications of being a good investor and increased longevity.
“2nd Quarter Wrap-Up” Roger gives his two cents on the 2nd Quarter of 2014. In 2014 the S&P 500 saw two 4% declines followed by two 8% advances. Today the market is still in an uptrend
“Action vs. Process” It’s often said that anyone can make an investment, but only a few can manage money. Investing is and ACTION. Managing is a PROCESS.
“Are You Selling Badly??” Roger Balser of Balser Wealth Management gives his two cents worth on making money in the stock market in this edition of “Two-Minute-Tuesday.”
“A Major Change In The Market” Something big happened in the stock market last week. Did you catch it?
“The ONLY Reason Why Markets Rise & Fall” This ain’t rocket science. Market performance comes down to this simple and basic tenet. Roger Balser of Balser Wealth Management gives his two cents worth on making money in the stock market in this edition of “Two-Minute-Tuesday”.
The stock market could be called the year of “Seinfeld,” which is to say that it has largely been a “show about nothing.”
“The Sky Is NOT Falling! Quiet = Good”
“Should You Be Interested in Interest Rates?”
“Sell in May & Go Away”
Roger S Balser of Balser Wealth Management, LLC takes a look at the January effect for the stock market and puts a little different spin on an idea to possibly profit from the January effect.
Roger presented two programs for MAFSI. ‘Why Some People Almost Always Make Money in the Stock Market’ and “Living the American Dream- Success is NOT an Accident. This was the biggest MAFSI Conference in history more than 600 attendees! WOW! A shout-out to Mike McGuire of Zink Foodservice and Alison Cody, Executive Director, MAFSI.