Clearwater, FL (PressExposure) May 28, 2009 -- Hennion & Walsh (http://www.hennionandwalsh.com) have just released their must-read Summer 2009 Market Commentary. Starting with a 2009 year-to-date review and following through with a 2009 Market Outlook, Hennion & Walsh provides market information specifically for individual investors. From equities to bonds, small-cap, mid-cap, and large-cap funds, major indices, the financials, housing, government spending and inflation, their Market Commentary discusses market gains, losses and possible trends in an easy to understand manner.
âWith recent extreme market volatility, we at Hennion & Walsh believe education for the individual investor is more important than ever,â says Bill Walsh, President and co-founder of Hennion & Walsh. âPeople are looking for ways to navigate current market conditions and one way we can help them is to provide our Market Commentary at no cost or obligation. Just click on the link [http://www.hennionandwalsh.com/free_market_commentary.html].â
âIn the Summer 2009 Market Commentary, we drill down into critical areas that will likely have a significant impact on both the stock market and economic recoveries. We list and cover these topics in order of importance from our perspective: Comeback in Financials, Increasing the Flow of Credit, Pockets of Strength in Housing, Government Spending and Stimulus Packages, Commodities and Inflation, and International (Emerging) Markets,â reports Walsh. âWe then finish this quarterâs market commentary with some portfolio management ideas to consider, including an update on the growing popularity of Exchange-traded funds (âETFsâ), and a reminder of the importance of proper asset allocation and rebalancing in a long-term portfolio strategy,â concludes Walsh.
All past Market Commentaries can be found in the library section of Hennion & Walshâs website ([http://www.hennionandwalsh.com/learning_center_library.html]) where they are available at no cost for immediate review and without registration.
Furthering their commitment to provide education for the individual investor, Hennion & Walsh publish the âPortfolio Strategy Newsâ blog ([http://www.portfoliostrategynews.com]) and author the ETF Insights Newsletter in addition to the Quarterly Market Commentary. As well, they are frequently asked to contribute to SmartMoney, Forbes.com, Fortune, Dow Jones Newswire, Reuters and other financial media. Articles can be read at [http://www.hennionandwalsh.com/handw_news.html].
Additionally, they offer the individual investor the ability to ask any questions they like in a comfortable format on the Hennion & Walsh website at [http://www.hennionandwalsh.com/send_a_question.html].
Hennion & Walsh (http://www.hennionandwalsh.com), a full service brokerage firm specializing in municipal bonds, was founded in 1990 by Richard Hennion and Bill Walsh. Their mission is to be the individual investorâs fiercest and most passionate advocate. Investment guides, webinars, seminars and online content are just some of the ways they help investors become better informed and make better investment decisions. The firm has built its reputation on developing strong, mutually beneficial relationships designed to last a lifetime serving over 15,000 clients with brokerage accounts and managed portfolios. They are committed to providing individual investors with the institutional-quality service and guidance they believe they are entitled to.
The firm also developed and manages the SmartGrowth Mutual Funds, three risk-target-based mutual funds. All three funds have been named to the Category Kings list in October 2008 and January 2009 in the all cap core category as reported in the Wall Street Journal (October 2, 2008 and January 5, 2009 editions). Kevin Mahn manages the portfolios of SmartGrowth Mutual funds which utilize ETFs as a core part of their investing strategy. For more information, visit http://www.hennionandwalsh.com or call (800) 836-8240.
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