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Morning Briefing

Friday, April 17, 2015 8:07 AM EDT

Market Matters:

Futures Lower
by Geoff Garbacz & Staff Writers

U.S. futures: S&P -13.75, Dow Jones -130, NDX -38.50 and Russell 2000 -12.80 with fair value lower lessening the pain. Asia lower ex Shanghai and Europe lower. More...


Today's Superstock Investor Stock Scorecard:

by Superstock Investor

General Electric (GE) is no longer bringing good things to life. The stock is fully valued here and post divestiture news the cat is out of the bag. Avoid for now. Simply a case of buy the rumor and sell the news. More...


The Madison Letter:

The Madison Letter
by Staff Writers

Since inception, our overall timing return is 80.98% versus 48.15% on the S&P 500 for excess return of 32.82%. More...


Articles That Matter:

The More Things Change, The More They Remain The Same
by Geoff Garbacz

Unfortunately, we are going to haveto get used to volatility around the potential for a Greek exit (Grekxit) from the European Union over the next few weeks. More...


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Superstock Monthly

2015 Economic Outlook

[PDF] (January, 2015)
This year’s forecasts and estimates (outlined below) are compiled from a variety of sources — outlooks from Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, BusinessWeek, CNBC, Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, and Merrill Lynch, plus my own analysis of economic, business and investment trends. ~more~


November Market Outlook and Price Targets

[PDF] (November, 2014)
Below are the bullish and bearish cases for the market. ~more~


Special Reports

March Economic Outlook

[PDF] (#067: March 20, 2015 5:04 PM EDT)
The economy should continue to grow at a moderate pace thanks to strong employment growth, low inflation, low oil prices, higher consumer confidence. ~more~


Monthly Market Outlook

[PDF] (#066: March 20, 2015 5:00 PM EDT)
Larger cap stocks that have businesses globally and have exposure to the strong dollar aren’t doing that well. Stocks that are smaller, and do mostly domestic business are doing better. ~more~


2015 Market Outlook

[PDF] (#064: January 26, 2015 9:51 PM EST)
Most analysts expect the markets to be more volatile in 2015. The many bullish and bearish crosscurrents are the main reasons for the expected volatility. ~more~


2014 Forecasts, Outlook and Annual Review

[PDF] (#063: January 26, 2015 9:07 PM EST)
The last few years, I have used the December Issue to review my annual forecast, outlook for the markets and economy. ~more~