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Stocks Close Mostly Higher Ahead Of Three-Day Weekend

By Michael Hanson, Cheddar, Friday, May 28, 2021

The Dow, S&P, and the Nasdaq each ended Friday's session higher ahead of Memorial Day Weekend. Mike Hanson, SVP of Research at Fisher Investments, says that markets didn't react as strongly as some may have thought despite great economic data throughout the month of May.

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When You Buy Broad U.S. Indexes, Your Exposure Is Not Broad

By Ken Fisher, Real Clear Markets, Thursday, May 27, 2021

Most pundits believe Tech’s leadership run is done, claiming vaccine rollouts, re-openings, rising interest rates and looming inflation drive the nails in its coffin. They point to Tech’s year-to-date lag globally versus areas like Energy and Financials—arguing that trend will last. Maybe! But I think it is all just a countertrend head fake before Tech’s roll resumes.

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Market Recap: Thursday, May 27

By Michael Hanson, Yahoo! Finance, Thursday, May 27, 2021

Stocks rose Thursday, reversing overnight declines after new jobless claims came in lower than expected, further underscoring the strength of the post-pandemic economic rebound. Simeon Hyman, ProShares Advisors Global Investment Strategist and Mike Hanson, SVP of Research at Fisher Investments joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss.

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Two ‘Maybe Nots’ Those Fearing Hot Inflation Should Consider

By Ken Fisher, LinkedIn, Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Is inflation devastation impending? The Fed’s humongous monetary “stimulus” exploded the quantity of money. Uncle Sam deployed nearly $3 trillion in COVID relief last year, another $1.9 trillion this year—and $4 trillion more in spending is under discussion. With all this sloshing, splashing and flashing around an economy already nudging prelockdown levels, pundits near-universally envision increased inflation. But two “Maybe Nots”:

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Finding Opportunity Amid The Uncertain Outlook For Chinese Stocks

By Michael Hanson, Reuters, Tuesday, May 11, 2021

While China’s economy has powered ahead of its global rivals this year, its equities market has not, amid geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and China. Mike Hanson of Fisher Investments explains why he thinks China is still a good long-term investment.

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