Tag: Paul Schatz

Heritage Capital Launches New Website

Heritage Capital is pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved website! The new site went live on June 10. The fresh look and feel make it easier to find information, read about timely and important topics and contact us when you have a question. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, please do. The easy-to-access navigation gives a clearer message of who we are, what it’s like to work with us and how […]   Read More

Fox Business TODAY at 1:30pm

I am going to be on Fox Business today at 1:30pm assuming Mother Nature lets me get there! The discussion will focused on the Dow’s run to all time highs, today’s very good employment report and IF you should commit new money to stocks right here.   Read More
Date: March 8, 2013

Will the Country Even Function on January 1?

The latest Street$marts has been posted!$marts20121221.pdf     Read More
Date: December 24, 2012

Santa Claus Rally

If Santa Claus should fail to call, bears may come to Broad and Wall. That’s an old stock market adage indicating that if we do not see the traditional Santa Claus rally over the final five trading days of the year, the potential for a bear market or major decline increases in the New Year. The final five days clocks at the close on the 21st, coinciding with the end of the world according to the Mayans. There is also […]   Read More
Date: December 19, 2012

The Single Most Overhyped Event Since Y2K

Here is the latest Street$marts that talks about Black Friday, Facebook, Apple, the “dreaded” Fiscal Cliff, how the bull market ends and some evidence of a weakening economy.$marts20121211.pdf   Read More
Date: December 14, 2012

More Fed Stimulus Lifts Gold But Hits Dollar

Posted December 13, 2012 By Trang Ho, Investor’s Business Daily  Posted 12/12/2012 06:41 PM ET  Stocks, gold and silver jumped while U.S. Treasuries and the dollar sold off Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it’s expanding its economic stimulus program, known as QE3. The Fed will buy $45 billion a month in long-term Treasuries, to offset the expiration of “Operation Twist.” The Fed will also continue buying $45 billion a month in mortgage-backed securities. The Fed said its stimulus programs […]   Read More
Date: December 14, 2012

CNBC’s Squawk Box Wednesday @ 6:20am

I am going to be on CNBC’s Squawk Box on Wednesday (11/21) at 6:20am discussing the Fiscal Cliff, our forecast to year-end and the potential for recession. After that, I hope to have a Street$marts to you by the end of the day. Just in case I don’t, I wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving! Paul   Read More
Date: November 20, 2012

Bulls Turn Tide

After Friday’s reversal from early losses on the “news” regarding the Fiscal Cliff, the bulls put on an ole fashioned stampede today with more than 90% of the volume on the upside and almost 90% of all stocks closing higher. The market opened up and ran that way straight to the close, turning the short-term trend in favor of the bulls. For the time being, the bulls have the ball and given the Thanksgiving holiday, they are supposed to keep […]   Read More
Date: November 20, 2012

Bulls Draw Line in the Sand

It certainly took a while, but the bulls finally drew a line in the sand and defended their turf after a 9% pullback from the September peak. The day started out like many others during the decline with weakness to new lows. But after the “geniuses” in congress held a press conference and all agreed to compromise (Gee, what a word!), stocks lifted and ran higher into the close as monthly options expiration and short covering ahead of the weekend […]   Read More
Date: November 19, 2012

Obama Victory, Market Sell Off

Congratulations to President Barack Obama and all of the politicians who were elected by the American people last night. In the end, although my candidate did not win, Democracy was and is always the big winner. As you know, I hardly ever use the word “hope” when discussing investing, but in this case, I do hope we somehow see congress and the president at least genuinely attempt to work together on a bipartisan basis. I don’t know a single person who […]   Read More
Date: November 7, 2012