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Raymond James In The News

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “The SoU?” 03/02/17

“He became President of the United States in that moment, period.” . . . Van Jones, CNN (President) “The Blaze” went on to write: “The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories; their

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Andrew Adams: “Charts of the Week” 03/01/17

I am starting to see more and more traders and strategists begin to question just how much politics really has had to with this tremendous run of strength the stock market has been on the last few months. After all, even the new administration has made it clear that it’s going t

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: Gleanings “A New Queen Bee” 02/27/17

“A New Queen Bee” (Due to my travel schedule, this text is excerpted from a prior report) By the time a queen bee is five she is old and no longer reproduces, leaving her army of honeybees torn between loyalty and survival. Since the hive cannot survive without a productiv

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “Price vs. Value?” 02/28/17

“A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.” . . . Oscar Wilde, Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet (1854 – 1900) Yesterday I got asked, “How do you push back on clients that say valuations are too high? Or, the stoc