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The Masters had an exciting finish as did the stock market last week. Following is a brief review of the financial markets for the past week.
Forza Investment Advisory review of the past week's financial info and commentary. We just passed the 4 year anniversary of the March 9, 2009 market bottom and stand 126% higher.
Excerpt from Forza Investment Advisory Newsletter - Some market pundits are calling for a stock market correction. Here's a brief look at valuation over the last 50 years compared to today.
The stock market is off to a good start so far in 2013. Following is the Investment outlook of Bob Centrella, CFA and Managing Partner at Forza investment Advisory.
Politicians agreed to a Fiscal Cliff tax deal. Here's a simple example and explanation of what it means.
Forza Investment Advisory presents a financial wish list for 2013 and a holiday poem (or sorts).
The markets had a great week following its usual tradition of rising during Thanksgiving week. Meanwhile, Congress is about to resume its debate over the Pecuniary Precipice.
Some random thoughts on the economy, market and fiscal cliff. Plus a Turkey Day wine tip.
With all this talk of the "Fiscal Cliff" and the ramifications, below is a compilation of a few different articles I've read explaining what happens on January 1st, 2013.
Romney fared well in the first debate providing a boost. Meanwhile the jobs report issued Friday helped Obama.
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