Andy Sutton

Andy Sutton is the Chief Market Strategist for Sutton & Associates, LLC – a Registered Investment Adviser in Pennsylvania. His focuses are econometric modeling and risk management. The firm specializes in wealth preservation and growth and recognizes the validity of non-paper assets in achieving a balanced approach. The firm is also currently working with a growing clientele towards avoiding the risks outlined above.

Andy Sutton Articles

With the world’s eyes focused on Syria, which we deal with extensively in our most recent client brief (and yes it does affect us all personally), there has to be some happy news. What better a way to gin up the idea of the wealth effect...
During the in extremis phases, we analysts often referred to the Eurozone by its touristy moniker ‘Club Med’. Well we’ve got a much more serious club to deal with right here on our own shores. This is something I and many others have been...
One of the most laughable of all government statistics is Gross Domestic Product or GDP. Obviously, GDP is a very political number, given that it is the main way economists, policymakers, and to a somewhat lesser extent, the public,...
For the past few months we have been sounding the alarm both separately and collaboratively regarding the impending (although not necessarily imminent) looting of the Western financial system including bank accounts, public pension funds,...
One of the biggest concerns of savvy investors since the ongoing crisis began in 2008 has been the safety and longevity of the various types of retirement accounts and systems. Throwing gasoline on the flames have been the decisions...
There may come a day soon where the markets sell off if one of the whiskers in Big Ben’s beard is out of place. Or perhaps if his tie is a bit crooked. Or maybe we end up with Janet Yellen as the next puppet in charge over at the local...
Lest I be accused of picking on US-centered media outlets, we’re going to spend a bit of time this week dissecting a Eurozone Reuters article which puts on full display the completely absurd rationale of the Keynesian economic model. This...
There are likely, at minimum, half a dozen reasons for the swift correction in precious metals over the past week. The real reason might be one, two, or even all of what I’m going to lay out below.
With the 'breaking news' on Tuesday morning being the fact that the Dow Jones Industrials had broken 13,000 for the first time since 2008, the immediate spin from the majority of the mainstream press revolved around 'see, its all better...
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