Juli Niemann is St. Louis' oldest, non-retired analyst. She works for Smith, Moore and Company as executive vice-president for research and portfolio management. She has worked in the investment industry for over 40 years. Niemann was recently profiled in St. Louis Magazine.
Posted In: stock market, economic indicators
This year, the stock market has been doing great. But what about everyone else?
Posted In: debt ceiling, government shutdown 2013, Congress
Whether or not Congress raises the debt ceiling in time, we may be headed for another economic slowdown.
Posted In: debt ceiling, Wall Street
How is Wall Street reacting to the debt ceiling debacle?
Posted In: government shutdown, debt ceiling, market reaction
But failure by Congress to raise the debt ceiling would get a much stronger reaction than we're seeing this morning.
Posted In: Dow Jones Industrial Average
The index of 30-hand-picked companies is bumping some out and adding others in.
Posted In: Economy, business, factory
A look at how factory numbers are affecting our domestic economy this week.
Posted In: stock market, Federal Reserve, Investing
Do you buy or sell stocks based on consensus forecasts? Analyst Juli Niemann at Smith, Moore & Company says there is something you should know about that strategy.
Posted In: Goldman Sachs, Earnings, banking
Goldman Sachs reported its latest business results on Tuesday. Profits -- as measured by net income -- hit $1.9 billion in the second quarter, twice the performance of the quarter before.
Posted In: gas, big oil, Oil
The wholesale price of oil fell this morning, but it's still hovering above $100 a barrel.