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Morning Briefing

Friday, May 29, 2015 8:07 AM EDT

Market Matters:

Futures Lower
by Geoff Garbacz & Staff Writers

U.S. futures: S&P -5.50, Dow Jones -57, NDX -9.50 and Russell 2000 -2.60 with fair value higher hurting the open. Asia lower ex Japan and Europe mixed. More...

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Today's Superstock Investor Stock Scorecard:

BANK NOVA SCOTIA HALIFAX (BNS)
by Superstock Investor

Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) will report earnings before the open. Estimates are $1.39 versus $1.40. The stock has fallen along with other Canadian stocks thanks in part to the drop in the price of energy stocks. If it can find support at $50, then our fundamental model likes the name. More...

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The Madison Letter:

The Madison Letter
by Staff Writers

We are invested on our overall Market Call. Since inception, our overall timing return is 82.34% versus 49.26% on the S&P 500 for excess return of 33.07% More...

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Articles That Matter:

The Number That Matters Today
by Geoff Garbacz

Q1 GDP revised will be released at 8:30 this morning. No doubt this number will influence trading. For a review of the number, we go to ... More...

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Superstock Monthly

May Economic Outlook

[PDF] (June, 2015)
This month I will provide a quick review of the state of the U.S. economy. I will also focus on this cycles’ economic performance. Also, I want to focus on the 2nd most important variable that makes markets, stocks move up/down. I will also focus on this cycles’ earnings and the markets price appreciation. ~more~

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February Economic Outlook & 2015 U.S. Oil Outlook

[PDF] (May, 2015)
Last month I wrote that the U.S. was in good shape and its low rate of growth was sustainable. The rest of the world was slowing and that a slowing global economy was a major risk for the U.S. economy. There are signs that parts of Europe and Japan’s economies are improving. ~more~

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Special Reports

May Market Outlook

[PDF] (#068: May 12, 2015 12:54 PM EDT)
Below is the current bullish and bearish case for the markets. ~more~

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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~

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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~

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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~

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