In this weeks edition of Two-Minute-Tuesday, Roger gives his two cents on the state of the markets today.
In this week’s editions of Two-Minute-Tuesday, Roger gives his two cents on how Charles Dickens saved Christmas.
In this week’s edition of Two-Minute-Tuesday Roger gives his two cents and answers, “Where are we in the market and where can it go from here?”
In this week’s edition of Two-Minute-Tuesday Roger gives his two cents on why it is so hard to follow the rules.
How Are Your Investments Seeded? The Spring daffodils poking their heads up is a clear sign the college basketball season is beginning to wind down and the celebrated NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament often nicknamed “March Madness” is right around the corner. People all over the country will be scrambling to fill out their…
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 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.”
“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.
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 takes a closer look at the housing index and examines the trend of demand being in control to supply being in control.
“There’s Something In The Wind”
Two Beers, One Napkin and a 401(k) What would you do if you found out your investment was earning 1% a year? Would you review your investment and make some changes or would you take a “wait-and-see” position? The reality is that lots of good folks are sitting idly while their retirement plans…
Is Your Financial Advice Coming From a Butcher or a Dietician? The difference between a stockbroker and a financial advisor can be equated to a nice meal today versus a long-term healthy diet. Picture in your mind that you’re making a special guest appearance on the “Tonight Show” with Jay Leno. The first question out…