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Tim Guthrie, CFP – Founder/Investment Manager, Bullseye Investment Management

Bullseye Offers

Attentive Portfolio Management
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Educational Approach
28 Years’ Experience

Bullseye Promises

No Sales Charges, EVER
No Annuities, or proprietary products
No Sales Pressure
No Junk Fees

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Tim Guthrie, CFP – Founder/Investment Manager, Bullseye Investment Management

Bullseye Offers

Attentive Portfolio Management
Transparent, Simple Fee Structure, Fee Only
Educational Approach
28 Years’ Experience

Bullseye Promises

No Sales Charges, EVER
No Annuities, or proprietary products
No Sales Pressure
No Junk Fees

Bullseye Offers

Attentive Portfolio Management
Transparent, Simple Fee Structure, Fee Only
Educational Approach
29 Years’ Experience

Bullseye Promises

No Sales Charges, EVER
No Annuities, or proprietary products
No Sales Pressure
No Junk Fees

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Mid-October Newsletter

by Timothy Guthrie on Oct 17, 2018

 

Market Update

Concerning the recent market declines, on October 4th and 5th the equity (stock) markets fell a little less than 3% (please note that throughout this newsletter I am speaking broadly and generally for sake of readability). The volume, the quantity of shares traded, was low. Considering the excellent August and September we enjoyed (producing most the gains for the year in some sectors) the decline did not look significant. The 8th and 9th saw the S&P 500 and Nasdaq tread water. At this point the downward move looked over, resulting in reversing some of the gains from September. 

On the 10th of October, the markets declined and with volume building throughout the day. this was the ugly day. I did not sell out. I had made some more conservative moves in September and early October, but these moves were not substantial. Thursday the 11th it looked like things might have bottomed out, but late in the day the selling continued. 

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End of Summer Newsletter

by Timothy Guthrie on Sep 26, 2018

YTD Review

 

To review, January saw the stock market shoot straight up, over 6%. The first week of February saw a change though, and suddenly the market reacted negatively to what President Trump has been proposing for 20 years or more, that the US seek better trade deals. It has been the type of issue that everyone gave lip service to, but no one really tried to do anything about it. For my favorite take on the trade issue, read this:

 

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Late Spring Bullseye Client Newsletter

by Timothy Guthrie on Jun 1, 2018

Market Recap

January was great, February was awful, and March and April were see-saw at low levels with fear of trade wars or fears that President Trump would say something unconventional roiling markets. The markets were up and down, but importantly held above the market lows of February. Over the last few months the market reaction to various Trump policies slowly became less volatile. The backdrop for all this was an economy hitting on all eight cylinders. Corporate profits are at all time highs, employment is at an all time high, and wages are finally moving up.

Then May arrived. Fears of a trade war subsided. Trump tweeted and spoke (as usual) yet the market reactions were muted. The focus became more centered on the economy and business results, and the news was excellent. The markets forgot the interest rate fears of February and March and climbed out of the rut.

Our performance, on average (results vary, so please contact me to review your account’s performance), are beating the S&P 500 and a blended index of stocks and bonds. On a percentage basis, we are doing much better than the averages, but on an absolute basis, the gains are still modest.

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