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A World Pushing For Growth

January has been marked by the style of the new President and the aggressiveness of his policy directives immediately after taking office. In the post-election environment, the financial markets moved in anticipation of the changes that might be forthcoming, and since January 20th, the reality of some initiatives are being analyzed and discounted by market participants. The discounting process, however, appears crude given the hyperbole the President uses to make his points and to spark action. Click here for more

By: Frank Mastrapasqua, Ph.D.
Principal, Chairman & Chief Investment Officer


If you have a question or need further information, please contact:

Patrick Snell, CFA, Principal & Portfolio Manager in Nashville at 615-244-8400, Patrick.snell@mastrapasqua.com

Claude Koontz, CFA, Principal & Portfolio Manager in San Antonio at 210-353-0519, ckoontz@mastrapasqua.com


The information and opinions contained in this report should not be treated as fact or as insight that will produce desired investment results over time. Investment conclusions always bear risk, and that risk may not be reasonable for any particular reader. Obviously the writer, even assuming good intentions, does not know of the reader's particular financial circumstance and therefore is not able to assess the propriety of whether a named security makes sense as part of a given individual, family, or institutional portfolio. Mastrapasqua Asset Management clients may, from time to time, own some of the companies mentioned. We hold out no duty to give readers of this column advanced notification of when we may change an opinion. To our knowledge, none of the information contained in our column would, when it becomes publicly available, have an influence on the valuation of a particular stock. Investors should receive investment advice based on an assessment of their own particular investment circumstances and not on the basis of recommendations in this report. Past performance is not indicative of future returns.

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