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E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 120
'Stealth' de-risking of markets has dominated markets for months now. This was healthy in holding markets up in this high-level trading range while masking the gradual increased in sidelined monies rotating into 'perceived' less volatility sectors.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Nov. 17
Daily action can actually move higher if Oil kicks in; otherwise it's fits and starts based on nominal stories or earnings (most of which are now behind).
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Nov. 14
Basically the market Indexes have managed to stay disconnected from the economic reality, which is slow growth evolving.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 13
Stock market veterans might feel like they're navigating a minefield, with conflicting influences on the political, economic and especially geopolitical stage at the moment as oil has supported the move higher.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 06
The new 'market bellwether' at the moment is Apple; less so Amazon. If you've been around investing for awhile; you'll remember when this phrase: 'what's good for General Motors is good for the country, and for the market'
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 30
Political risk expands as we go into the new trading week. Daily action anticipates perhaps neutrality as Monday begins, awaiting at least more details about political facts not leaks.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Oct. 27
Julian Robertson once said: "Life and investing are long ballgames." This one is seeing extra innings; but it's not quite a sudden-death scenario.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct. 26
Fundamentally, growth is so mediocre that pundits are resorting to claiming buybacks will again be key to next year's market gains. Really? Today only one stock we follow really defied the decline.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 23
Endangered species like bears are struggling to emerge from an historic hibernation. Also there's no assurance that's immediately on tap now for a single reason...expectation of an expedited movement toward tax reform.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Oct. 20
We know the leveraged crowd out there is desperate to hold this together
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct. 19
Too many are trying to find 'bargains', and aside a few under-radar stocks, that in itself is a warning that internally they know this is extended.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, October 18
Tuesday's 40 point Dow rally was actually a declining or erratic session, with breadth divergence and not much underpinning it.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 16
Crippling concerns proliferate but have not crushed this market's rather tenacious ability to maintain its reliance in the face of uncertainty. Despite geopolitical concerns and peaking consumer confidence, you don't see equivalent economic gains.
E Market Briefing For Friday The 13th
Frazzled flipping to and fro characterized the market Thursday.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct. 12
This is a market begging for correction and of course that's whether it gets it or not.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, October 11
This is still the 'exhaustion pattern' with rising concern referred to. It doesn't ensure that this gives up the ghost; but the prospects are there.
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