Syria Political Map

Geopolitical Update: Bearish Catalyst or Excuse?, April 12, 2017

Geopolitical risk has reared its head over the past week, but while the potential military showdowns in Syria or North Korea are the focus of the media headlines, in reality these events aren’t so much direct risks on stocks as they are a reminder of just how priced to perfection the stock market is right[…]

Sevens Report - April 3, 2017 - This Week and Last Week

Last Week and This Week in Economics, April 3, 2017

“Last Week and This Week in Economics”—an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report: everything you need to know about the markets in your inbox by 7am, in 7 minutes or less. Last Week Economic data was sparse again last week, but what data did come beat expectations (although it didn’t do a lot to bridge the gap between survey-based indicators[…]

Time to invest in emerging markets, tom essaye

Time to Buy Emerging Markets? March 29, 2017

The Case for Emerging Markets, an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report. Everything you need to know about the market in your inbox by 7am, in 7 minutes or less. As expectations for a pro-growth policy based reflation trade (i.e. the Trump trade) fade here in the US, one potential beneficiary is emerging markets. The sector[…]

The Sevens Report, March 27, 2017

Last Week and This Week in Economics, March 27, 2017

“Last Week and This Week in Economics”—an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report: everything you need to know about the markets in your inbox by 7am, in 7 minutes or less. For all of 2017, better-than-expected economic data has helped to offset the decreased likelihood of pro-growth policies from Washington, and that continued last week as what little economic data[…]

Sevens Report - The Case for Europe

The Case for Europe, March 21, 2017

The Case for Europe, an excerpt from today’s full Sevens Report. Join hundreds of advisors from huge brokerage firms like Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo Advisors, Raymond James and more… see if The Sevens Report is right for you with a free trial. For the past several weeks, I’ve been consistently mentioning Europe as an[…]

Jobs Report

What to Expect in Tomorrow’s Jobs Report. March 9, 2017

Jobs Report Preview: For notable releases like tomorrow’s jobs report, the Sevens Report offers a “Goldilocks” outlook to give a few different scenarios: too hot, too cold, and just right. This gives our subscribers clear talking points to explain the importance of the report to clients and prospects clearly and without a lot of jargon. As always,[…]

How Many Rate Hikes in 2017? Last Week and This Week: March 5, 2017

The Economics excerpt from today’s Sevens Report, which focuses on the most important financial news and takeaways for investors, financial advisors, and CPA’s, last week and this week. Last Week: The major takeaway from the economic data and Fed speak last week is that because of continued strong data and hawkish Fed speak, a March rate hike[…]

If A Rate Hike Is Expected, Why Aren’t Rates and the Dollar Higher? March 3, 2017

Get the simple talking points you need to impress clients and prospects from the Sevens Report. Here is an excerpt from today’s full report. If A Rate Hike Is Expected, Why Aren’t Rates and the Dollar Higher?  That’s a fair question to ask, given two weeks ago there was no expectation of a May rate[…]

How Far Could Stocks Go? Let’s Look at the Charts. March 2, 2017

How Far Could Stocks Go? Stocks have screamed to all-time highs in recent weeks, and with new highs always comes the question of how far could stocks go? We like to regularly offer fundamental valuation updates as we did two weeks ago, but it is also important to outline what the charts are telling us[…]