Paul J. Nolte, CFA
Managing Director, Dearborn Partners
06/28/2010 What Flavor is Your Double Dip?
06/21/2010 The Summer Sun Beats Down on Wall Street
06/14/2010 Unraveling the Rally
06/07/2010 Sovereign Debt in Global Equity Markets
05/31/2010 Trouble in Europe
05/24/2010 We Have a Correction
05/03/2010 All Eyes on Greece
04/26/2010 The Recovery Rally Continues
04/19/2010 Goldman Sachs Fraud Aftermath
04/13/2010 Onward to 12,000
04/05/2010 Employment Report, Equity and Bonds
03/29/2010 Progress is Slowing
03/22/2010 Winter Still With Us
03/08/2010 Spring Flowers
03/01/2010 March Will Come In Like A Lion
02/22/2010 Year of the Tiger
02/16/2010 Bring on more snow!
02/08/2010 The Devil is in the Details
02/01/2010 Bears Making Room for the Bulls
01/25/2010 Bank Earnings and Economic Data Not So Hot
01/20/2010 Negative Reactions
12/21/2009 Silent Night, Silent Market
12/14/2009 Watching the Snow Fall
12/07/2009 Dollar Jump, Gold Decline
11/23/2009 Housing, The Dollar and Bonds
11/16/2009 Low (or zero) Interest Rates to Remain the Same
11/09/2009 A Lack of Respect
09/28/2009 Investors Anticipate "V" Shaped Recovery
09/14/2009 Markets Trek to Higher Ground
09/08/2009 Don't Worry, Be Happy!
08/31/2009 Overbought Market Being Evaluated
08/24/2009 Distressed Issues Still To Be Dealt With
08/11/2009 Dollar as Hero
08/03/2009 Skeptical of the Euphoria Over "Less Bad"
07/27/2009 Is "Better Than Expected" Good?
07/20/2009 Stocks Facing Resistance
07/13/2009 Do/Die for Stocks
07/06/2009 Yes, We're Still in a Recession
06/30/2009 Expect Volatility with the Fireworks
06/22/2009 Financial Market is like a Soap Opera
06/01/2009 Wall of Worry
05/18/2009 See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil
04/27/2009 The Timid Consumer
04/20/2009 Still Struggling to Regain Footing
04/13/2009 Gomer Pyle: Surprise, Surprise, Suprise
04/06/2009 Rebound? Or... Just Bouncing?
03/30/2009 Flight to Safety
03/23/2009 Spring Rally
03/09/2009 Waiting for the "Buy" Signal
03/02/2009 Slipping Away
02/23/2009 To Nationalize or Not to Nationalize
02/17/2009 Just Don't Stand There Do something – Anything!
02/09/2009 Cleaning House
02/02/2009 Worst January in History
01/26/2009 Market Action
01/20/2009 New President, New Opportunity
01/12/2009 Employment Numbers, Trading, and Bonds
01/05/2009 In the Eye of the Recession
12/15/2008 All Eyes on the Government
12/08/2008 Rebuilding Confidence
11/24/2008 A Time for the Bears and Bulls
11/17/2008 The Billion-Dollar March
11/10/2008 President-elect Obama Has Work Cut Out for Him
11/03/2008 Is This a Hurricane or a Tornado?
10/27/2008 Is October Over Yet?
10/13/2008 Average Returns Expected for Investors
09/29/2008 A Still Fragile Economy
09/22/2008 Much ado about nothing?
09/16/2008 On Bank Insolvency
09/08/2008 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Bailout has Begun
08/25/2008 Inflation Remains a Concern
08/18/2008 World Economic Slow Down
07/07/2008 Where the Bear, There the Bear
06/30/2008 We're Not in An Ordinary Time
06/24/2008 The Impact of Rising Prices
06/09/2008 Friday's Employment Report
06/02/2008 Consumer Evaluation
05/27/2008 Higher Prices Here to Stay
05/21/2008 Bonds Away!
05/12/2008 Inflation Fear
05/05/2008 Recession Forecast
04/28/2008 Holding Up
04/21/2008 Window Shopping
04/15/2008 The "Real" Economy
04/07/2008 Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!
03/31/2008 Further Weakness in the Economy
03/24/2008 The Bears Head for the Trenches
03/17/2008 The Bear Stearns Fiasco
03/10/2008 Definitely a Recession
03/03/2008 Key Economic Indicators
02/25/2008 Recessionary inflation
02/19/2008 Another Roller Coaster Week
02/11/2008 A Rally in the Works
02/04/2008 Awaiting Signals and Follow-Through
01/28/2008 Anticipating Fed Moves
01/22/2008 All the kings horses
01/14/2008 Annual Prognostication Letter
12/17/2007 Looking for the Bigger, Better Gift
12/10/2007 The Government to the Rescue!
12/03/2007 Let's Go Shopping!
11/19/2007 Turkey, Laughs, and Holiday Cheers
11/12/2007 A Volatile Time
11/06/2007 Decline or Incline
10/29/2007 What, Me Worry?
10/15/2007 20th Anniversary for the 87' Crash
10/08/2007 Where's the Volume
10/01/2007 Was the Fed Too Hasty?
09/24/2007 The Halo Effect
09/10/2007 Contrary to Opinion, Not a Recession Yet
09/04/2007 Let's Get Back to the Markets
08/27/2007 The Situation Today is Temporary
08/20/2007 Wild Daily Swings
07/30/2007 The Manic Market
07/24/2007 Sublime to Sub-prime
07/16/2007 Bulls On Parade
07/09/2007 The Fire is Contained
07/02/2007 Waiting for the Fireworks
06/25/2007 Bumping Along
06/18/2007 Smoke and Mirrors
06/04/2007 The Bull Market Continues!
05/29/2007 Inflationary Growth
05/15/2007 Another Correction?
05/07/2007 Developing Street Sense
04/30/2007 Rampant Inflation
04/23/2007 Equity Markets March to a Different Drummer
04/16/2007 Emulating Janus
04/09/2007 Wall Street Hops
04/02/2007 What if...
03/19/2007 Rising Sun
03/12/2007 Growing Pains
03/05/2007 Awake and Alert
02/26/2007 Wake-up Call
02/20/2007 Bernanke Rally
02/1220/07 Short-Term Decline
01/29/2007 A Pivotal Week
01/22/2007 A Shift in Focus
01/15/2007 Markets Experience Teenage Growth Spurt
01/08/2007 Ushering in the New Year
The Best of Paul Nolte 2006
12/18/2006 A Tale of Two Economies
12/11/2006 Cash is King in Corps
11/06/2006 A Modest Inflation
09/11/2006 Seasonal Switch
07/31/2006 A Rally Before Reality
05/01/2006 Ho-Hum Market, Hi-Ho Commodities
04/03/2006 Persistent Market in 1st Quarter
01/23/2006 Heading Sideways for 2006?
The Best of Paul Nolte 2005
12/19/2005 Outlook 2006: Consumer Spending
10/03/2005 Rolling With the Punches
08/29/2005 The Market - Kind of Like Fishing
06/20/2005 A Correction in the Works
04/18/2005 Changing Market Complexion
03/07/2005 March Madness is Just Beginning
01/31/2005 2005 on a Downswing?
01/03/2005 At The Starting Gate
The Best of Paul Nolte 2004
12/13/2004 Turkey Rally is Over
10/04/2004 Bullishness May Be Fleeting
07/19/2004 Parallels to July '02
07/12/2004 Defensively Offensive
05/17/2004 Jittery Markets
04/05/2004 No April Fool's
01/05/2004 Defensive with New Year Expectations
The Best of Paul Nolte 2003
12/29/2003 Needing Adjustments in 2004
11/10/2003 Be Careful What You Wish For
10/06/2003 Tug of War Between Bears & Bulls Should Resolve This Week
08/25/2003 Range Bound?
06/30/2003 Second Quarter Ends With A Limp
05/19/2003 Squeaking by an Eking
04/07/2003 Markets Marking Time with Play-by-Plays
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Paul holds a BS from Illinois Wesleyan University, and an MBA from DePaul University. As a Chartered Financial Analyst, he has served as Senior Portfolio Manager with National City Bank of Warren, PA and Banc One of Chicago, IL. Currently, Mr. Nolte is Managing Director of Dearborn Partners of Chicago, Illinois. He has been quoted in Barron's and Chicago Tribune.