Follow me on Twitter  View our profile on LinkedIn  View our videos on YouTube  Like us on Facebook
March 23,, 2018  
Peak earnings may arrive sooner than expected  
(spoiler alert: that's not good)

- It was a privilege to write this article for CNBC:

Click to view all of Mitch's CNBC articles
CNBC logo

  • The Fed outlook on gross domestic product after the FOMC meeting this week was positive.
  • But investors would be wise to keep their eyes on the GDPNow tracker.
  • It may explain the recent stock market volatility by answering the question: Is this peak earnings?
Weighing the good news versus the bad news issuing from the economy is one of the most critical things investors do, but human biases get in the way. That's a simple way of saying that people believe what they believe, even in the face of contradictions. READ MORE

NOW READ about the scary signal from the bond market that has investors in a tizzy (this is from last November, but it's actually more relevant today): These 3 words are great at predicting recessions. Unfortunately, we're a little too close for comfort

NOW WATCH: Investor emotions, Active vs. Passive, & Blockchain - Part 3/3 of my interview with ValueWalk:

Have a great weekend!
I opened ClientFirst Strategy, Inc. because I believe that the only way to help my clients potentially achieve their goals is by offering unbiased advice & investment management expertise. To my clients, thank you for your continued vote of confidence. If you are not a client but would like to explore the possibility of becoming one, I invite you to call me directly, visit my website, join my email list, and/or connect with me on social media.
 To view articles and original content, click HERE.

Your thoughts are valuable! Email me to let me know what you think of this. I'll reply!

All the views expressed in this report/commentary accurately reflect our personal views about any and all of the subject securities or issuers and no part of our compensation was, is, or will be, directly or indirectly related to the specific recommendations or views we have expressed in this report. This material is not intended as an offer or solicitation for the purchase of sale of any security or other financial instrument. Securities, financial instruments, or strategies mentioned herein may not be suitable for all investors. Any opinions expressed herein are given in good faith, are subject to change without notice, and are only correct as of the stated date of their issue. Prices, values, or income from securities or investments mentioned in this report may fall against your interests, and you may get back less than the amount you invested. The information contained in this report does not constitute advice on the tax consequences of making any particular investment decision. You should consult with your tax adviser regarding your specific situation. Diversification is a method of managing risk and doesn't protect against loss in a down market. 

Mitchell O. Goldberg, AAMS, President | Investment Professional

OSJ Manager 


ClientFirst Strategy, Inc.

290 Broadhollow Road, Suite 200 E, Melville, NY 11747  

(D) 631-920-6622 (F) 631-920-6624 (C) 516-818-0338

mgoldberg@clientfirststrategy.com | www.clientfirststrategy.com



To financially empower our clients so that they can achieve their most

important goals and to confidently plan for the future that they envision.


- Asset Management:
~Asset Allocation Strategies 
~Unbiased advice 
~Strict mutual fund screening 
~Alternative investments 
~Retirement plans 
~401(k) rollovers 
~College savings plans 
~Donor Advised Fund/ Charitable Giving 
~Long Term Care
~Disability Income
~Annuities, fixed & variable
~Life settlements

-Group Benefits:
~401(k) plans
~Group health plans

Individual Client Services: 
~401(k) plan review and advice
~Financial plans
~Specific goal planning


*Some services provided by close affiliations. Additional fees may apply.

Some fees may be lower or may be waived for clients.



Securities & Investment Advisory Services Offered through NEXT Financial Group, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC.

ClientFirst Strategy, Inc. is not an affiliate of NEXT Financial Group, Inc.