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What Will The Market Do From Now Until The End Of The Year?

Posted October 3, 2007 · 0 Comments
You were right about the stock market going through a typical summer pull-back, since it has now bounced back to its recent record highs in July. What will the stock market do from now until the end of the year? PATIENCE IS ALWAYS A VIRTUE One of the behavioral characteristics of professional investors is an ability to resist getting caught-up in the emotions of the stock market as it reacts to the most current daily drama being spotlighted in the news! Professionals keep their concentration focused like a laser on those specific indicators that actually drive the fundamentals of the stock market over time. read more

A Forecast For The 21st Century

Posted February 13, 2009 · 1 Comment
Everyone is depressed over the stock market and the economy. You say you follow long-term trends. Give me some good news, what are the long-term trends over the next decade? I do spend a lot of my time focused on trying to discern long-term political, economic and investing trends. Every day I receive by email over 120 pages of analysts reports from all over the world. It usually takes me at least 2 to 3 hours to read and mostly skim through all these reports. read more

The Economy in 2009

Posted January 15, 2009 · 0 Comments
The Carnage Of 2008 Has Been Nothing Short Of Breathtaking! 2008 was a horrible year. Virtually every stock market asset class crashed simultaneously. The Dow had its worst losing year since 1931 when the Great Depression was in full swing. The S&P 500 Index was down 38.5% in 2008, the worst stock market drop since 1937 and the third worst drop in the history of the US stock market. That easily makes 2008 the nastiest annual decline ever experienced by most current investors. read more

Why Are Prices Of Oil Continuing To Go UP?

Posted April 28, 2008 · 1 Comment
Why is the price of oil continuing to go up? There are a number of reasons for high oil prices. The most important is “SUPPLY AND DEMAND” created by the growing consumption of newly developed countries in Asia and Latin America, like China, India, Mexico and Brazil. China is now the second largest car market in the world. Another reason is that oil is priced in “DOLLARS PER BARREL” and when the dollar drops in value, the price of oil automatically goes up, because it takes more dollars to buy the same barrel of oil. read more

These Are Very Scary Times For Many Investors

Posted August 8, 2008 · 20 Comments
I have a number of clients who are very much afraid of the stock market and are looking for something that is (1) safe, (2) will protect their principal and (3) will not have the up and down price swings of the current stock market. They are looking for an investment strategy with very little risk and VERY LITTLE VOLATILITY. Does FOXHALL CAPITAL have a strategy that meets those requirements? These are very scary times for many investors—especially older investors. General Motors just announced that they were suspending their dividend for the first time since 1922. read more

How Does Foxhall Determine We Are Entering Into A Bear Market?

Posted November 20, 2007 · 0 Comments
I know you have been warning for several months that the U.S. economy is slowing, but what are the exact “stock market triggers” that FOXHALL CAPITAL uses to determine that the stock market has moved into a bear market or recession? How do these triggers “specifically work” and exactly when will you notify clients that FOXHALL CAPITAL believes we have entered into a bear market or recession and FOXHALL CAPITAL is moving its investment portfolios to it FOXHALL DEFENSIVE INVESTMENT STRATEGY? read more

The Market Is In Turmoil- Is This Different From A Normal Pull Back?

Posted August 23, 2007 · 0 Comments
Given the recent market turmoil, is this just a typical summer pull back or has there been a fundamental change in the economy? After several days of gains earlier this week, the large swings in the market have begun to settle down as I predicted last week. However….Expect the volatility to return periodically! The markets will not fully understand the banks exposure to the sub-prime lending crisis until the release of third quarter reports by the hedge funds. Once the markets have adjusted to those reports, the markets are likely to rebound and I believe we may see record highs for the DOW and S&P 500 INDEX by the end of the year. THIS WAS A SHORT-TERM MARKET PULL-BACK CAUSED BY HEDGE FUNDS read more

The Market Is Declining- When Does Foxhall Make Adjustments?

Posted August 17, 2007 · 1 Comment
The Stock Market has been declining over the past month. At what point will FOXHALL CAPITAL switch to bonds or money markets? FOXHALL CAPITAL uses a proprietary system with “stop-loss triggers” to determine when the stock market is entering a major correction or a long-term bear market/recession. Normally, FOXHALL CAPITAL does not sell its positions when there is a simple “pull back” in the stock market or a minor correction. An investor almost always loses money when you try to time the market in pull backs and minor corrections. No one knows how to get out at the top and get back in at the bottom. If the market goes right back up, as it tends to do after most minor corrections, you will usually lose money getting in and out, rather than riding it out. read more

Stock Market Update: The Summer Doldrums

Posted June 2, 2011 · 83 Comments
One of the characteristics of the “summer doldrums” is that the stock market tends to go up and down during this period in a side-ways pattern. That is what we are seeing right now. read more

How Will What is Happening in Libya, Affect Oil and Gasoline Prices Here in the U.S.? Are Gas Prices Going to Continue to Go Up?

Posted March 29, 2011 · 1 Comment
Gasoline prices have been steadily moving up for several months, and a majority of Americans are feeling the pain at the pump. The big question is, what is really driving gas prices up? read more

Protecting The Buying Power Of Your Portfolio In The New Investment Environment

Posted December 10, 2010 · 4 Comments
This Global Outlook newsletter may be the most important one I have ever written. We are making an historic shift into a new investment environment over the next five years and every investor needs to prepare for these changes. read more

A Review Of the 2010 Stock Market, Foxhall's Performance And Predictions For 2011

Posted January 11, 2011 · 69 Comments
Given the difficulty in managing money while riding on the 2010 stock market roller coaster, I am very pleased that all of Foxhall’s EQUITY strategies produced POSITIVE RETURNS in 2010. read more

Long-term Investment Trends: Higher Inflation – Higher Food Prices

Posted April 26, 2011 · 13 Comments
For thirty years, food has been decreasing as a percentage of family expenditures. Unfortunately, that trend is over. read more

Long Term Investment Trend: The Declining U.s. Dollar--How Will It Impact My Investment Portfolio?

Posted April 7, 2011 · 21 Comments
I believe the single greatest threat to investors over the next five to ten years is the “loss of buying power or loss of purchasing power” from inflation, which is another way of saying the U.S. dollar, is losing value. read more


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Paul Dietrich is the Chairman, CEO and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Foxhall Capital Management, Inc. (Foxhall).  Foxhall currently manages investments for individuals, mutual funds and private institutions throughout the United States. Paul Dietrich is also a portfolio manager to a publicly traded mutual fund, the Foxhall Global Trends Fund.
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