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2016 Q4 IN REVIEW – “EASY” MONEY IS OVER



2016 Q4 in Review
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Maya Angelou once said, “When someone shows you who they are believe them; the first time.” The market action in the fourth quarter unequivocally contextualized itself and revealed itself to investors. Stocks are in a late stage bull market and treasuries are in an early stage bear market. Investors would be wise to heed Q4 market action since there will likely be follow-through in 2017.

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