LPL Publications Archives

Market Insights

Market Insight – Fourth Quarter 2012
Market Insight – Third Quarter 2012
Market Insight – Second Quarter 2012
Market Insight – First Quarter 2012
Market Insight – Fourth Quarter 2011
Market Insight – Third Quarter 2011
Market Insight – Second Quarter 2011
Market Insight – First Quarter 2011 

Weekly Economic Commentary

February 4, 2013: Less Defense?
January 28, 2013: Following the Center of Gravity at the Fed
January 22, 2013: Beige Book Rebounds
January 14, 2013: What Does GDP Say About EPS?
January 7, 2013: Full Speed Recovery?
December 31, 2012: Standing on the Edge
December 31, 2012: Quick Start
December 17, 2012: This Is Mandatory Reading
December 10, 2012: Festive Fed FAQ
December 3, 2012: Sandy Clouds the Beige Book
November 26, 2012: Budget Defense
November 19, 2012: Budget Myths
November 12, 2012: Return of Recession Obsession
November 5, 2012: Still Slow Growth
October 29, 2012: Budget Debate?
October 22, 2012: Gauging Global Growth in 2013
October 15, 2012: Hard Data on China Still Point to Soft Landing
October 1, 2012: Are You Better Off?
September 24, 2012: The Inflation Situation
September 17, 2012: QE Forever
September 10, 2012: Still Sluggish, but Service Sector Solid
September 4, 2012: Dysfunction Drives the ECB
August 27, 2012: A Summer Holiday? No, Not This Week
August 20, 2012: Made in the USA
August 13, 2012: China Has Already Landed Softly
August 6, 2012: Washed Out
July 30, 2012: Resisting Recession
July 23, 2012: Beige Book Window on Main Street
July 16, 2012: Consumer Credit Conundrum
July 9, 2012: Media Matters
July 2, 2012: Vacation Week Fireworks?
June 18, 2012: Fed FAQ: Fanning the FOMC Flames
June 11, 2012: Beige Book Window on Main Street
June 4, 2012: Beige Book: Window on Main Street
May 29, 2012: Policymakers, Pundits, and Politicians Eye the May Jobs Report
May 21, 2012: The Ebb of Energy & Eating Costs
May 14, 2012: Lessons From the Labor Market
May 7, 2012: License to Spend
April 30, 2012: New Paradigm in Global Growth
April 23, 2012: Most Asked Fed Question May Go Unanswered
April 16, 2012: Beige Book Shows Modest Growth
April 9, 2012: March Job Report Disappoints, but Labor Market Continues to Heal
April 2, 2012: Jobs Looking for People
March 26, 2012: The Long Road Home
March 19, 2012: Warmer Weather to the Rescue?
March 12, 2012: To QE or not to QE?
March 5, 2012: Just Warming Up
February 27, 2012: Unemployment Improving, but Still Uncomfortably High
February 21, 2012: Snapshot: Europe
February 13, 2012: Trade Offs
February 6, 2012: Job Creation on Track to Sustain Economic Growth
January 30, 2012: January May Seem “Super,” but Don’t Be Bowled Over
January 23, 2012: Ch – Ch – Ch – Changes…Time to Focus on the Fed’s Forecasts
January 17, 2012: Not so Cloudy
January 9, 2012: Does Economic Momentum Exist?
January 3, 2012: Hitting the Ground Running

Weekly Market Commentary

February 4, 2013: Seeing Shadows
January 28, 2013: Still Waiting for the Bonds-to-Stocks Rotation
January 22, 2013: Same Europe, Different Crisis
January 14, 2013: Consulting the Crystal Ball
January 7, 2013: Checking for Collateral Damage
December 31, 2012: Standing on the Edge
December 17, 2012: Apocalypse Now?
December 10, 2012: Washington’s Dilemma
December 3, 2012: Shareholders’ “Powerball” Payout
November 26, 2012: Does Black Friday Mean Green for Investors?
November 19, 2012: Fiscal Cliff Causing Investors Grief
November 12, 2012: Global Gridlock
November 5, 2012: How Wall Street Is Voting
October 29, 2012: Post-Election Apprehension
October 22, 2012: Battle of the Central Banks
October 15, 2012: Companies Finding It Harder To Manufacture Profits
October 8, 2012: The Five Long Years
October 1, 2012: A Fiscal New Year’s Resolution
September 24, 2012: Global Profit Recession
September 17, 2012: “Get to Work, Mr. Senator”
September 10, 2012: Predicted Policy Positives Priced In, Producing Potential for Precarious Pitfalls
September 4, 2012: What Wall Street Is Saying About the Election May Surprise You
August 27, 2012: Weather or Not: Be Prepared
August 20, 2012: Fall Forward
August 13, 2012: Dog Days for the Dow
August 6, 2012: What the Fed Can’t Do
July 30, 2012: Are European Stocks a Good Value?
July 30, 2012: Are European Stocks a Good Value?
July 23, 2012: Will Economic Surprises Bring a Market Surprise?
July 16, 2012: Giving Credit
July 9, 2012: What To Expect When You’re Expecting
July 2, 2012: The Second Half
June 25, 2012: Quarterly “Sweet Spot”
June 18, 2012: What to Watch During the Most Important Week of the Year
June 11, 2012: Euro 2012: Spain Wins!
June 4, 2012: Gold: It’s Back
May 29, 2012: Banking on the Greek Election
May 21, 2012: The Spring Slide
May 14, 2012: Look Who’s Buying and Selling
May 7, 2012: The “Wall Street” Election Poll
April 30, 2012: Spring Slide Indicators Update
April 23, 2012: Spring Allergies or Something Worse?
April 16, 2012: A Taxing Issue for Investors
April 16, 2012: A Taxing Issue for Investors
April 9, 2012: What Investors Should Watch This Earnings Season
April 2, 2012: The Election Impact: The Presidency
March 26, 2012: 10 Indicators to Watch for Another Spring Slide
March 19, 2012: Stocks’ Sweet Sixteen
March 12, 2012: Best Bull Market Ever…Now What?
March 5, 2012: Arab Spring 2
February 27, 2012: The Great American Race
February 21, 2012: Following the Path
February 13, 2012: The Worst Earnings Season in Years Still Beats Expectations
February 6, 2012: The Budget Bombshell
January 30, 2012: January May Seem “Super,” but Don’t Be Bowled Over
January 23, 2012: State of the Union Preview
January 17, 2012: European Upgrade
January 9, 2012: What Investors Should be Watching This Earnings Season
January 3, 2012: Stock Market’s Flat 2011 May Suggest Booming 2012