In the US, the Midwest has already seen some...
This weekend, Raymond James strategist Jeff...
So, so simple.
Last November and again in February, some folks...
As much as we want to act rationally, our investment decisions are unfortunately impacted by our behavioural biases. In other words, our brains are working against us. Veteran market strategists Jeff Saut and Richard Russell note that the biases of wealthy investors differ from the biases of not-so-wealthy investors. And […]
“Year-end letters are difficult to write because there is always a tendency to discuss the year gone by or, worse, attempt to forecast the coming year,” said Raymond James’ Jeff Saut earlier this week. But perhaps begrudgingly, Saut offered his forecast anyway. He warms into it by first reminding us […]
Raymond James’ Jeff Saut loves him some Burgundy wine. The market strategist is a longtime connoisseur, and his favourite French bottle is La Tâche, a rare French Burgundy. “I used to buy them in the 80s, for 6…7…800 dollars,” Saut told Business Insider. So imagine his surprise when he went […]
In his latest strategy note, Raymond James’ Jeff Saut lays out a very simple bull case for the U.S. stock market and economy. On the earnings front, the bottom up operating earnings estimate for the SPX is currently $US107.58, leaving the SPX’s P/E ratio at almost 16x. Next year’s estimate […]
If anything, it would be the third best call.
Moments ago, the Treasury Department issued a statement saying that the White House would delay until 2015 the enforcement of the requirement for business to provide workers with health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, aka “Obamacare.”
Only one of the last 12 Hindenburg Omen's came true.
Unless there's a black swan event.
Raymond James strategist Jeff Saut offers his take on where the market is headed next.
Raymond James’ Jeff Saut’s latest note discusses passing of the torch economic torc as manufacturing is giving way to housing (via Market Folly).
There’s one thing everyone should know about the stock market: the stock market is not the economy. At least it’s not reflective of the economy in the short-run.
Raymond James’ Jeff Saut is out with his latest weekly update: