Jared Cummans: After the best opening quarter in 14 years, skepticism is beginning to grow on Wall Street. Many investors fear that we will be unable to maintain the growth that equity markets have enjoyed, as a number of factors combine to give a cautious outlook. For starters, the Fed’s commentary that the
Jared Cummans: Last week was relatively slow for equities, as a lack of significant data did not allow for much movement in general markets. Still, disappointing housing data did not do much in the way of paving the road to recovery, as many analysts and experts agree that housing is still a key to calling
Jared Cummans: Last week got off to a rocky start as continuing fears over the security and stability of Greece intensified. As the week wore on, equities were able to recover amid a Greek deal as well as an upbeat jobs report on Friday, marking a third straight month with jobs growth.