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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Samantha Kangos Joins Palisade Capital as Marketing Associate
Posted in Announcements
Ms. Kangos joined Palisade in February 2017. As a Marketing Associate, Ms. Kangos is responsible for completing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and for developing, preparing, and revising marketing materials. In addition, she works to ensure that Palisade’s data is properly maintained and current in consultant databases.
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Thursday, January 12, 2017
Q4 2016 Investor commentary
Posted in Market Commentaries
The final quarter of 2016 was bountiful for equity investors, but less so for bond holders. Most equity indices broke or flirted with record highs in the December period. The interest rate jump after the November election took its toll on bonds, as the Barclays Bond Aggregate Index ETF fell almost 4% in the period. Oil continued its slow and steady recovery from the lows of last February, though gold fell in the period.
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Monday, December 05, 2016
Pro-growth Economic Policies and the Case for Small Cap Investing
Posted in Market Commentaries
The election of Donald J. Trump will be remembered as one of the most unique and historic elections in the history of our republic. We will let the political pundits and commentators focus on the stylistic aspects of the President Elect, but with regard to the equity and bond markets, Mr. Trump’s election has been and will continue to be good for stocks and very good for small cap stocks.

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Wednesday, November 09, 2016
Q3 2016 Investor Commentary
Posted in Market Commentaries
The September quarter proved to be relatively benign for investors. Most market indices advanced in the period, as shown in the table below. The NASDAQ Composite performed very well (+9.2%) and the major indices advanced modestly (+2.1% for the Dow Industrials and +3.3% for the S&P 500®). After nearly two years of notable volatility, at last oil prices seem to have settled into a price channel between $45 and $50 per barrel.
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Monday, June 27, 2016
BREXIT: Unexpected Reality
Posted in Market Commentaries
Following the extraordinary and historic decision by the Queen’s subjects to leave the European Union, Chief Investment Officer Dennison "Dan" T. Veru shared some of his thoughts on what would likely happen to the financial markets over the next several days.

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Monday, February 22, 2016
Don Triveline Joins Palisade Capital as Vice President, Business Development
Posted in Announcements
Mr. Triveline joined Palisade in February 2016 as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Mr. Triveline’s responsibilities include the development of Palisade’s client relationships, primarily in the Public, Taft Hartley, and Consultant markets.
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The Incredible Shrinking Stock Market & the Case for Small Cap Investing: The Supply-Demand Imbalance Continues
In August 2017, Chief Investment Officer Dennison "Dan" T. Veru released a white paper revisiting the case for Small Cap investing.

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