Bedell Investment Counselling LLC

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Bedell Investment Counselling LLC
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200 Pringle Ave
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
(925) 932-0344

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Mike's Morning Brief: A fast-break rundown of what’s going on. Market opens flattish again, with the S&P and NAS at fresh highs and the DOW in spitting distance. Earnings have thus far been solid, but unspectacular. Conviction seems to be lacking with a lot of complacency seemingly built up in investor psyche. Volume has thinned quite a bit. It happens every year. It’s Summer. Morgan Stanley had some nice things to say this morning, which is sending the stock higher in early trading. Deflation is a diminishing risk in Europe, so says the ECB. Trade was a theme at a US-China business leaders summit in Washington. The private sector is collaborating to address crippling trade imbalances across the Pacific. Apple hired a new executive to lead its China business, with plans to turn it around. The theme of the week is earnings. The S&P is expected to earn $31.42 in Q2. That would translate to an 8.1% increase year-over-year. Q1 saw 15% growth, the largest quarterly increase since 2011. Earnings expectations for Energy have come down quite a bit with falling Oil prices. 10 of the 11 S&P sectors are expected to record positive year-over-year earnings growth in Q2, but only 3 are expected to beat the total 8.1% gain. Energy, Tech and Financials are expected to grow faster, while the rest of the sectors are expected to grow slower than the composite. Tech and Financials are the 2 largest sectors in the S&P, which means they have the greatest impact. Have a great morning, Michael Frazier http://www.bedellinvest.com/mikes-morning-brief-july-19-2017/

New company hats and my company girls. Michael Frazier

Don't miss today's TGIF on today's Emerging Markets. Emerging Markets have been running hot this year. But you don’t really hear much about it. Investors are finally taking notice... Read today's full TGIF on the website here: http://www.bedellinvest.com/tgif-emerging-markets-run/ Michael Frazier

TGIF! Emerging Markets on the Run Emerging Markets have been running hot this year. But you don’t really hear much about it. Investors are finally taking notice. A decade and a half ago, Emerging Markets were all the rage. It was the BRIC nations that represented the greatest growth opportunity around the globe for investors. BRIC stands for Brazil Russia India and China. The BRIC nations got hit hard during the Financial Crisis, and have only recently recovered. Emerging Markets are up over 20% this year, but are well below their all-time, pre-crisis highs. In fact, they still remain below their 2014 levels. China is now the 2nd largest economy in the world, but is still considered an Emerging Market. Of the 4 BRIC’s, India stands out. India is now the 7th largest economy in the world. Growing over 6% annually, India’s economy is accelerating again and is on track to become #3 by the end of the decade. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been implementing economic reforms required to bridge the gap between the potential and the reality. Modi announced a plan to spend $59 Billion on India’s infrastructure, focusing on roads, rail and airports. Also included in the plan is a massive Tech buildout of servers, networks and storage. India is investing in themselves and their bright future. Apple has made a big push recently to capture the Indian market, the second largest market for phones. The lack of internal infrastructure in India has led to many internet-based business models, and they’re taking off. India is where China was 10 years ago, in terms of consumer spending. But the opportunity for growth is enormous. Emerging Markets account for 85% of the world’s population, but only half of global GDP and less than 10% of global market cap, i.e. Total Global Stock Market value. Importantly, Emerging Markets will be responsible for over 70% of the economic growth in the coming years. India and China are the fastest growers. They also have the largest populations by a long shot, with over 1 Billion people each. Most Emerging Market nations have very young populations. Half of the world’s population is under the age of 30. 9 out of 10 live in an Emerging Market. Besides the young populations, Emerging Market nations share another common theme: Commodities. Emerging Market nations in Africa, South America, South East Asia and the Middle East are rich in raw materials. When the global economy picks up momentum, demand for raw materials like industrial metals, agriculture and energy go with it. Global infrastructure and development is about building new stuff, modern stuff. That requires tons of raw materials. These are longterm themes that look sustainable. The DOW and S&P hit fresh all-time highs again this week. The gains continue to come in the face of so much skepticism. Earnings Season has just begun, which will provide the necessary facts to confirm the health of this rally. The global economy is expected to grow 3.5% this year, while the US is slated for 2% growth. Emerging Markets are expected to grow 4.5%, leading the way and their stock markets have been playing catch-up, but remain well below their all-time highs. For those concerned that the DOW is too high, rest assured, there are plenty of investment opportunities out there. We could see a needed breather ahead, but see tremendous opportunity beyond. Have a nice weekend. We’ll be back, dark and early on Monday. Mike P.S. Click the link below to view the huge difference between the charts since the Financial Crisis. Michael Frazier
Emerging Markets on the Run Emerging Markets have been running hot this year. But you don’t really hear much about it. Investors are finally taking notice. A decade and a half ago, Emerging Markets were all the rage. It was the BRIC nations that represented the greatest growth opportunity around the...

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