Monthly Archives: May 2015

Health Care, Information Technology and Financials were the leading sectors for the month gaining 4.33%, 2.04% and 1.64% respectively.

S&P 500 closes up 1.05% for the month of May. @StovallSPCAPIQ informs investors the market returns an average 3.5% during the six months May-Oct when May post positive returns. The frequency of the market rising versus declining jumps to 87%.

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#GDP Q1-2015 decreased -0.7%, led lower by declines in exports, bus. investment & Gov’t spending

  http://1.usa.gov/1J7ZIzB   

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Households in the lower <40% of income groups were negative savers 2013, by taking on debt & drawing on savings. Source BLS

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Households saved 9.3% of after-tax income in 2013, indicating consumers are less prone to spend at this time frame.

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S&P 500 reached its 107th all-time high 051815, will it continue in 2015, yes or no?

#‎SecularBull‬ S&P reached its 107th all-time high 051815, will it continue in 2015, yes or no?http://1db.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/mm-051915.pdf …

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#Liz Day – 1DB will always cherish and appreciate the wonderful Liz!

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.” –Ferris Bueller

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Alibaba reports impressive active buyers and mobile user growth at 350MM & 289MM respectively.

http://bit.ly/1IkPzxk

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Crude hits 2015 high of $69 per barrel. Inventories fell 3.88 million barrels for the week, bucking forecasts.

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“Sell in May and go way, then return on St. Leger’s Day.”

http://1db.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/mm-050415.pdf

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Consumer Sentiment remained at 95.9 far above its 85.2 historical average, bidding well for optimists.

#EconomicNews Consumer Sentiment remained at 95.9 far above its 85.2 historical average, bidding well for optimists. http://www.sca.isr.umich.edu/

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