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Gene Inger pioneered U.S. financial television and daily technical analysis. His broadcast stations later affiliated with FNN, merging into CNBC where he was an original Market Maven. His views have been quoted in Barron's, the Wall Street Journal, on CNN and now on his own more


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E Market Briefing For Monday, Sept. 18
A myriad of concerns for the near-term still contributes to perpetuating a climate of not so much complacency, as fear of shorting the market.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Sept. 15
Persistent bearish perspectives have crippled a fair number of large hedge funds over the months (especially immediately after Trump's election) and although many are confused by his flip-flopping this fails to significantly 'bear' the market
E Market Briefing For Monday, Sept. 11
The markets should remain testy at best; and rallies probably unsustainable. The risk of significant decline remain and given the air pockets by several of the leading stocks the relative resilience of the S&P remains amazing.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Sept. 8
Financial markets are holding together. The news today about the EU exempting Ireland or at least considering that it should be considered as an EU 'special situation island' is encouraging.
E Market Briefing For Monday, August 28
The market-related factors of Hurricane Harvey are impossible to estimate but construction and rebuilding will be major projects in the area for at least several years ahead.
E Market Briefing For Monday, August 21
With Bannon out questions remain whether his departure will mollify the opposition, repair political damage to the administration and restore the market's confidence in promised legislation.
E Market Briefing For Friday, August 18
Regardless of anyone's perspective on the political issues, value beliefs, or implied civic lessons of these tumultuous times, the stock market has counted on forward progress from politicians to be enablers of optimism for the near and far future.
E Market Briefing For Monday, August 14
My original forecast has been for a significant correction likely; but not necessarily a catastrophic decline. There's no change in that view. We could get a sharp short-term relief rally if some sort of 'tense peace' is perpetuated for now.
E Market Briefing For Monday, August 7
Irrational complacency has dominated the market for several weeks. It's an historical record as I recently noted. That's no assurance of an enormous bullish capitulation coming; much less an upward extension. But be wary.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 31
There is no change in our overall perspective that essentially says this is a market running on fumes and trying to generate stability where it can just to merely keep the primary 'structure' from clearly turning the other way.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 24
Keeping a 'bid' under the market is what traders are now focusing on; as expiration is out of the way and nobody knows how to weigh prospects for a healthcare bill being passed by the Senate in the week ahead.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 17
An 'epic crisis' may be brewing as so many have debated given extended and in some cases unprecedented, valuation and credit market conditions.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 10
No surge or purge worthy of drama finished this holiday-shortened week; but it was interesting in a few ways. First technically; as S&P remains above breakdown levels (barely approached twice in the past week) but not above resistance.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 3
Fireworks fizzled repeatedly in the second quarter's final week. Efforts by portfolio managers to 'rotate' into supposedly attractive values are a tactic to sustain the overall primary uptrend that has persisted year long.
E Market Briefing For Friday, June 30
The 'trap door' was sprung immediately after pre-opening futures shifted from up to down, continuing the alternating series of reversals seen this week.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 26
A pervasive theme during the projected post-Trump Victory rally, has lots of money managers and analysts 'presuming' that passive investment really has changed the complexion of markets forever.
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