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This Week In the Market Update…

It Could Be Deflation. Commodities and global stocks have fallen into a bear market. Puerto Rico is bankrupt. Venezuela is experiencing economic depression and hyperinflation at the same time. German 2-year bond yields have a negative yield of almost -0.5%. Could these disparate concerns in the global financial markets have a single cause?  Read more

Chart of the Week

The stories in the media are clear: the recent plunge in U.S. stock prices has two causes: China and oil. But maybe there’s more to it than that? Read more in the January 19 issue of the Market Update.

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Top 5 Stocks

Based on closing prices on 2/2/16. There are not always 5 stocks desirable for purchase.

1. Norfolk Southern (NSC): $66.60
2. Prosperity Bancshares (PB): $40.48
3. AmerisourceBergen (ABC): $88.15
4. Bank of the Ozarks (OZRK): $42.85
5. Manulife Financial (MFC): $12.99