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Raymond James In The News

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “History in the Making” 11/10/17

“However, there is no way to know when these ‘boring’ markets will pick back up, and we’re sure that, with the exception of volatility traders, most market participants are perfectly fine with the slow, grinding melt-up.” …Morning Tack, 11/9/17 Well, sorr

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut Gleanings: “Reductio ab Absurdum” 10/31/17

“Reductio ab Absurdum” According to Wikipedia, “In logic, reductio ab absurdum is a form of argument which attempts either to disprove a statement by showing it inevitably leads to a ridiculous, absurd, or impractical conclusion, or to prove one by showing that if it

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “People are Irrational…Except about Taxes” 10/26/17

“Hotblack?…He’s spending a year dead for tax reasons.” …Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe Much has been discussed about how tax reform would impact companies and their earnings, but we have not seen nearly as much commentary about how the

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “Friends of Fermentation” 10/19/17

“As I have noted, I am troubled by the last couple of days with record highs with a demonstrable lack of conviction in things like breadth and volume. The caution flags are hoisted. Stick with the drill – stay wary, alert and very, very nimble.” . . . Arthur Cashin,