|John J. Barrios, CFP® Presents:|
“Three o’clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do.”
– Jean-Paul Sartre
While well-meaning friends and family members may offer “advice” about your personal finances and the stock market, remember that they may lack the education and perspective of a financial services professional.
Two in every corner, one in every room, none in a house. What is it?
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|September 12, 2011
WILL CONGRESS PASS THE $447 BILLION JOBS PLAN?
ISM SERVICES INDEX TOPS FORECASTS
BEIGE BOOK REPORTS TEPID OVERALL GROWTH
RECORD LOW YIELD FOR THE 10-YEAR NOTE
STOCKS ALTERNATELY SOAR, SWOON
THIS WEEK: No notable U.S. economic releases are scheduled for Monday. Tuesday, Best Buy releases an earnings report. Wednesday, the August PPI comes out along with Census Bureau reports on August retail sales and July business inventories. Thursday, the August CPI arrives, plus a look at August industrial output, new figures on initial jobless claims and results from Research in Motion; Fed chairman Ben Bernanke speaks briefly in the nation’s capital. Friday brings the initial September consumer sentiment index from the University of Michigan.
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