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​As Sam Sees It: Investors Can Look to a Few Silver Linings After a Down 2018

​As Sam Sees It: Investors Can Look to a Few Silver Linings After a Down 2018

Sam Stovall | Equities.com |

There are a number of reasons that suggest 2019 will be a better year for investors in the market.


19% in '19, Is the '09 Bull Run Done?

Chip Corley | Equities.com |

How bad are things and what gives? Before answering this question, a look back in time is in order.


​As Sam Sees It: After a Disastrous December, How Should Investors Start Off 2019?

Sam Stovall | Equities.com |

The S&P 500 ended 2018 down just over 6% for the year, including a disastrous fourth quarter. Where does that leave investors as we start 2019?


Forbes: Contrary to Popular Belief, Value Investing Is Not Dead

The Acquirer’s Multiple® | Equities.com |

Traditional value investing has endured a lost decade.


​As Sam Sees It: Can Investors Recover from This Recession in Confidence?

Sam Stovall | Equities.com |

Investors have a lot to worry about. But if all of this negative news is already built into share prices, then it could end up being a positive for the market.


Powell’s POW!

Chip Corley | Equities.com |

State of the selloff.


​As Sam Sees It: Is Market Bearishness Getting Ahead of Itself?

Sam Stovall | Equities.com |

While economic data is not pointing to a recession, it seems hype and price action is causing many investors to question those forecasts.


Alexander Roepers: “Is It Time For Value Now?”

The Acquirer’s Multiple® | Equities.com |

Are stocks on sale or do they have further to fall?


Seth Klarman: One of Society’s Most Vexing Problems...

The Acquirer’s Multiple® | Equities.com |

The relentlessly short-term orientation that manifests itself in investing has permeated the world around us.


​As Sam Sees It: Stocks’ Trade Truce Aftermath Likely Gets Worse Before It Gets Better

Sam Stovall | Equities.com |

Investors started the week with optimism due to a trade truce between President Trump and President Xi. If Tuesday’s market action was any indication, that optimism has since gone by the wayside.