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Starting the Year On a Much Better Note - Astor Asset Management

Posted by Gabriel Burczyk | CEO

January 17, 2013

Astor Asset Management’s January 2013 investment commentary reviews 2012, looks towards 2013 and provides commentary for their portfolio strategies. "After a turbulent December due to Fiscal Cliff concerns, we have started the year on a much better note. With a deal being reached at the 11th hour, equity markets shot higher to start the year and have slowly crept higher while chopping around in a tight channel. The bond, currency, and commodity markets have seen a lot of action so far this year with rates initially spiking in the first week of the year and tapering off recently."

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Astor Asset Management Sees No Double-Dip, Just Slow But Growing

August 17, 2010
The first half of 2010 was mired with inconsistencies. The markets rallied to new recovery highs only to fall back to fourth quarter levels as uncertainly about the recovery and fears of the debt problems in Europe were said to be spreading. The reality is the markets finished the quarter about 12% above last years Q2 close, even after digesting most of the bad news. Download Full Commmentary Here [+] Read More

Astor Asset Management - Review and Outlook for 2010

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