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CPIC encloses a copy of its quarterly newsletter, Investment Perspectives, with your quarterly account statements.  These newsletters are available online:
 

Q3-17 More Gains for Investors
Q2-17
Another Good Quarter
Q1-17
Stock Rally Continues in 2017
Q4-16
Outlook for 2017
Q3-16
Stocks Continue Upward
Q2-16 Stock Markets Stabilize
Q1-16 Stocks Edge Upward
Q4-15 2016 Outlook
Q3-15 Markets Slump Amid Uncertainty
Q2-15
Still No Gains for U.S. Markets
Q1-15
U.S. Markets Bump Sideways
Q4-14 Outlook 2015
Q2-14 Climbing A Wall of Worry
Q1-14
Moving Sideways
Q4-13 Outlook 2014
Q3-13
Good Gains in Third Quarter
Q2-13 Growth Continues -- Slowly
Q1-13 Stronger Economic Outlook
Q4-12 Outlook 2013
Q3-12
Summer Surge
Q2-12
Financial Markets Stall
Q1-12
Economic Expansion Continues

Q4-11 Will 2012 Bring More Recovery?
Q3-11
 A Cautious Look Ahead
Q2-11
 More Market Volatility
Q1-11 Markets Defy Global Turmoil
Q4-10 Outlook for 2011 
Q3-10 Economy and Stocks Move Upward 
Q2-10 Fear Returns
Q1-10 Economy Recovering -- Slowly 
Q4-09 Outlook 2010 
Q3-09 End of This Recession?
Q2-09 Signs of Stabilization 
Q1-09 Economic Slowdown Continues
Q4-08 Outlook for 2009
Q3-08 Financial Crisis Deepens



 

California Private Investment Corp. (dba CPIC International or “CPIC”) is an investment advisory firm registered under the Investment Advisors’ Act of 1940. CPIC manages portfolios using carefully selected “no-load” mutual funds for individuals, trusts, corporations and retirement plans. All factual information contained in this newsletter is derived from sources which CPIC believes to be reliable, but CPIC cannot guarantee complete accuracy. Any charts, graphs, or formulas contained herein are for the purposes of illustration and are not intended, by themselves, to make investment decisions. Past performance is no guarantee of future investment results. All account types will experience volatility, so CPIC’s methodology is not appropriate for short-term investing.