Yearly Archives: 2011
2012 Market Outlook: Riding Out the ‘U’
Positive U.S. economic data offset continued euro zone woes, but will fear or fundamentals rule the markets in the new year? Analyzing strategies for playing the current market, with Kevin Mahn, Hennion & Walsh Asset Mgmt. president/CEO and Doug Cote, …Read more
Holiday Shopping Events Spell Good News for the U.S. Economy
While encouraged by the retail season’s trend of increased sales so far, Forbes.com contributor, and President and CIO of Hennion & Walsh Asset Management, Kevin Mahn remains cautious about how successful the season will be after businesses factor in lower …Read more
Wealth: How To Cut Back Spending
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Trust often seems like it’s in short supply. Here’s how a financial adviser can gain a client’s trust. Plus, how to get a spendthrift client to cut back. And, a look at muni bonds. Dow Jones’ …Read more
Are Euro Bonds Attractive Again?
Despite this week’s European summit, advisers are still in wait-and-see mode. “I think the developed nations of Europe will look very different five years from now than they look today,” says Kevin Mahn, the chief investment officer at Hennion & …Read more
Advisor Intelligence: Did Anyone Really Believe That The Debt Crisis In Europe Was Resolved?
Judging by the market’s overwhelmingly positive reaction last week to the announcement of a rescue package on the part of European leaders for the ongoing saga with Greece, one would have thought that Greece was the only obstacle preventing the …Read more