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E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Feb. 20
Phenomenal persistence was anticipated into the mid 2700's as we approached the holiday weekend. However the way it held together in the face of 'protectionist' omens was altogether reflective of how this fearless market remains on a 'mission'.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Feb. 14
Romance or lust? Looking into the state of the market libido.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Feb. 12
Efforts to hold this decline together (or bottom at least for a bounce of meaningful duration) should be expected; however, we do not have a technically sustainable bottom of the market to address, for now.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Feb. 9
While it is possible to have the economy advance while the market corrects, that's not entirely likely 'if' things get seriously ugly.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Feb. 8
It should become a challenge to reignite the degree robust behavior that preceded our unsustainable upside behavior warnings, in later January; leading into our projected early February break and 'automatic' rebound.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Feb. 7
By the time it was all said and done we remain with the continued concern that lies out there; even as everyone (myself included) does not discern any serious impact on market functions or systemic risks.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Feb. 5
In general an S&P correction has been overdue, and hints periodically have been seen for months; since the Fed made clear the unsustainable prior policy modality; as well as rotational sector rotation.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jan. 31
Most presume that, other than shakeouts, the market is good for another year or more before the Bear can emerge. That would be swell; but I for one do not assume we're good for another year.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 29
It's a bit too soon to suggest that a Spring rally follows before heavier selling; however it's something we'll gauge depending how deep a first-strike in terms of 'regression' towards, if not to, the Mean unfolds.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jan. 24
This remains a seasonally firm time of year, but some (TD Ameritrade Tuesday is one) have warned that customer cash balances are the lowest in years; meaning already invested in markets now.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jan. 23
The overall market remains extended; interest is dropping down into lower risk areas; and small stocks viewed as relatively lower in terms of risk are participating.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 22
We are not standing in the way of this market 'freight train'; and called this a Monster Bull in the making 'if' and since Trump won. That is not going to deny more volatility this year periodically and that is a takeaway from the week just past.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Jan. 19
Because of the political environment about current shutdown concerns, it's hard to say that today is the decline's resumption.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jan. 16
The stock market has no fire safety override; and continues up as I've discussed by video. Clearly, the S&P is now (at last) becoming jammed overbought, with the massive upside spree that is (or should be) unsustainable as it pushes over 2800.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jan. 9
Taking the foot off the accelerator for a few days, not just hours, would be potentially a more constructive approach for the bulls.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 8
An impressive start to 2018 has pushed believers and skeptics almost universally onto the bullish side of the ledger as regards indefinite duration for the market's overall advance.
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