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Sunday Breakfast with Amie Marks

Hey, Women in the Know – Women are talkers, but they are also DO-ers!! You wanted to transition to action, and you’re getting noticed! So proud.   Sunday Breakfast with Amie Marks Any opinions are those of Amie Marks or the author and not necessarily those of RJFS or

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut:”The Great American Eclipse” 08/22/17

“This was the first total solar eclipse in the continental U.S. in 38 years. The last one occurred February 26, 1979. Unfortunately, not many people saw it because it clipped just five states in the Northwest and the weather for the most part was bleak. Before that one, you have

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “The Problem with Breadth” 08/18/17

“More than 40% of energy stocks in the S&P 500 hit a 52-week low on Tuesday. When that many sunk to a low in the past, the sector bottomed within a few days most of the time. Another 2-3 days of heavy selling would likely set up a high-probability bounce.” …SentimenTra

New market thoughts from Raymond James’ Jeff Saut: “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” 08/14/17

The call for this week: Remember, immediately prior to late last week’s weakness, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had closed up 10 straight sessions, and nine of those were at all-time highs. The stock market just does not typically collapse from a period of strength like that.