• From Tony Dwyer in Marketwatch article

    Dwyer, who on March 16 “suspended’ his 3,440 target for the S&P 500 on Monday set a 12-to-18-month target for the large-cap index at 3,000 — around 2.4% above its level from Monday’s close. That reflects his forecast for 2021 earnings per share of $150 and a price-to-earnings ratio of 20.

  • Robert Reincke posted an update 1 year ago

    I really enjoy the informative and data driven reports you guys give.
    Thank you

  • Robert Reincke posted an update 1 year ago

    Just thinking Even with Fed injections we have not even begun to see the long term economic fallout from this lockdown. Failed small businesses, personal bankruptcies, mortgage defaults, etc. I don’t see this as a big recovery at this point.
    It’s looking more like corporate welfare every day. Not something middle or lower income America is happy about.

    • It won’t be an easy road back, but it never is and in the moment it will seem like forever. But 2-3 years from now it will appear as a blip on the economy and markets, it always ends up playing out that way, regardless of the causation and steepness of the fall.

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