Weatherstone Capital Management July 2021 Commentary

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The State of the European Union

The State of the European Union

It’s been two years of relative calm across the European Union (EU) following years of political turmoil, debt crises, and protests that pushed the EU to the brink of collapse.  Many economic reforms have been enacted since the peak ...

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What Will Drive Stocks Higher?

What Will Drive Stocks Higher?

In recent commentaries we have talked about the fact that stock market valuations are above-average by historical standards.  While this poses significant risk for stocks over the next several years, it does not necessarily mean that they ...

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Unemployment, Inflation and the Economy

Unemployment, Inflation and the Economy

  The health or weakness of the economy is something that directly impacts the financial markets, our communities and our families.  Given the mixed nature of recent reports on the economy, I wanted to spend some time covering a few i...

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Isolated Corrections in a Bull Market

Isolated Corrections in a Bull Market

With the S&P 500 stock index setting records on a daily basis, many market pundits continue to call for a long overdue correction in U.S. equity markets. According to a recent Wall Street Journal study, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ...

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Chinese Economy: Time to Change

Chinese Economy: Time to Change

Prior to 1978, China maintained a centrally planned economy. It was poor, stagnant, inefficient and isolated, mainly because the central government planned and managed most aspects of the economy and there was no free market at all. At the ...

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