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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 Friday, June 5
We'll see 'the other side' - of current challenges, in time, but not just yet. That applies to a number of issues: the stock market, civil disobedience or protests, and importantly what is a mixed-message about the pandemic.
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E Market Briefing For Thursday, June 4
It's worth keeping-in-mind that the Fed can't bailout insolvent firms in-perpetuity. That matters when you think about the next 'taper tantrum', as the Fed inevitably must chose a spot to back-off open-ended financing.
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E Market Briefing For Monday, June 1
Everything is not entirely dependent on a rapid economic recovery, just on the perception of such a revival.
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E Market Briefing For Thursday, May 28
Even the modest improvement in oil demand hints at survival of lots of smaller oil companies or others that are depending on banking finance, so those Oils may avoid defaults. That helps banks too.
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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, May 27
Today's late 'backing-off' of the S&P and DJIA is attributed to speculation on the U.S. threatening to sanction China over their 'national security law' that's intended to suppress freedom in Hong Kong by intimidation and more.
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E Market Briefing For Monday, May 25
Amidst the obvious backdrop the market forges ahead, with a 'Fed Put' as the driving force; and with what I call a handful of 'super-caps' at the helm; and a little better performance in so-called value sectors.
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Market Briefing For Thursday, June 4
19 hours ago

I'm the author.. Gene Inger... I didn't see any recent comments or questions until today... sorry.. I never logged into properly before. Questions can be posed on our ingerletter.com website feedback, or we'd welcome you to join our regular daily service. During the crisis we include full MarketCast service (intraday as well as the nightly) at NO extra charge. I'll be glad to respond to questions about the service if you email me; but I probably won't see questions here. Thanks; and I appreciate the warm comments about our warning of a crash back in early February and nailing the max-fear low around March 22. Now it's a bit more dicey. Visit us.. www.ingerletter.com (you won't see a mention of the free upgrade; just subscribe to Daily Briefing). Questions? Email me: gene ingerletter.com

Market Briefing For Wednesday, March 4
3 months ago

thanks! when you sign-up you might also send me feedback or an email to: gene ingerletter.com and that way I'll know it was from TalkMarkets and set it up with the upgraded service.

Market Briefing For Wednesday, March 4
3 months ago

The rate cut was to deflect Pandemic Bond default (the WHO declaring a panic would trigger release of those funds, and possibly harm a bank or hedge fund investor. That is what I alluded to last night and discussed on our 3 intraday comments you don't see here. Please join us by subscribing to Daily Briefing ($159.) at www.ingerletter.com/subscribe and this week as the market alternates big moves, I'll upgrade you to our Premium MarketCast (normally 390) 'on the house'. I cannot just provide everything here without compensation. Thanks!

Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 4
7 months ago

You're right; it depends. I checked on my iPhone and they look fine. On my iMac (using Firefox) some setting prevented them opening. Thanks for your interest in my work. (full MarketCast with my videos less than half price for the 1st Quarter at our website this week only due to the Trader Show in Vegas... though you won't it noted). Just subscribe to Daily Briefing and we'll upgrade at no charge.

In this article: SPX, COMP
Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 4
7 months ago

Charts aren't opening automatically; however I don't post this directly. ALSO if you are attending the Trader Expo Show this week; I'm speaking (an open forum workshop) on Friday Nov. 8 at 1:30 pm (at Bally's Las Vegas). During this week we have a 'show special' so if you subscribe to our Daily Briefing we'll include the intraday MarketCast service at no additional cost for the first Quarter. Visit us at www.ingerletter.com/subscribe

In this article: SPX, COMP
Market Briefing For Thursday, Aug. 2
1 year ago

P.S. This week ONLY prior to my departure to Brussels and Paris next week; all NEW Daily Briefing subscribers will be able to renew the ensuing Quarter and be refunded 100%. That means half price for the next six months; both due to reduced frequency of reports during my travels for 4 weeks, and during the most crucial time for this market. Visit www.ingerletter.com/subscribe to join us. This offer is this week ONLY and will not be repeated.

In this article: TSLA, SPX, VIX, GOOGL
Market Briefing For Thursday, Aug. 2
1 year ago

Gene is humble and proud to be the only guy not shorting and believing the S&P would go to the moon 'if' Trump won back in 2016. Now a bit more concerned but only from a cyclical not secular basis.

In this article: TSLA, SPX, VIX, GOOGL
Market Briefing For Monday, July 23
1 year ago

thanks Gary... I didn't mean to imply tariffs help; in fact with the G-20 removing a provision regarding 'competitive devaluations' in their communique today (I'm sure media will talk about it tomorrow, or should); you have greater risk of trade and tariff issues being joined by a currency war too. I'll touch on this and a single key market impediment at my Seminar here in Chicago tomorrow as I've already shared with our regular subscribers. Let me point out that I have NOT shorted this market once this year or last year; even as expressing concern after we got our 'to the moon' rally on Trump's election. I urged investors to separate political from investment views back then (Nov. 6 2016) and get in the market fully if he won; even if they hated Trump. Now we had the move; time not to be greedy even if it doesn't fall apart. The only two stocks I picked on the buy side at midyear are doing well by the way. Anyway I'm being chatty; working up to the speech tomorow haha...happy Sunday.

In this article: SPX
Market Briefing For Friday, June 15
2 years ago

Do know we have a one-day (this weekend only) half-price Quarterly Daily Briefing subscription offer. We never discount; however due to an off-the-cusp offer I made in Las Vegas we have that today only. You won't see it on my website; just be assured if you subscribe no later than June 16 (Saturday); you will be rebated $80 of the $159. Daily Briefing subscription. There will be no follow-up offers forthcoming. Thanks and as we do not accept advertising; we appreciate investors and traders becoming members at www.ingerletter.com/subscribe

In this article: X, T, TWX, SPX
Market Briefing For Monday, March 25
2 years ago

Enjoying the 'crash'... we first warned of 'crash conditions' underlying the market back on Jan. 25 and 26; and again when I spoke at TraderExpo in New Your a month ago. Just so you know, we are offering a 'rebate' coincidentally because it's Easter / Passover week. It's $30 for a Daily Briefing and $100. for MarketCast subscriptions and won't be repeated anytime soon. We only do this 3 times a year for new members at www.ingerletter.com and in-addition you'll get the comments immediately not on a multi-day delayed basis (they are intended to be only excerpts here). Also I will be speaking at TraderExpo in Chicago in July; which will be well after the Crash has mostly run it's course...or as we'll outline along the way. Join us for the journey if you feel we've (in all humility) nailed this market; as we're not going to often permit full quotation of my thoughts in the future...Happy Holidays and please visit www.ingerletter.com to join. Gene

In this article: AAPL, FB, SPX
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Gene Inger's Easter Special ($30 rebate on Daily Briefing; $100 on MarketCast) ends today. Here's a summary of my weekend report. Future quotes without a subscription will not include my video analysis or forward outlooks, in fairness to members.

Work Experience

President / publisher
Inger & Co.
1969 - Present (52 years 2 months)

Financial analyst; focus on S&P trading; geopolitics and economics.

Early 'Market Maven'
CNBC
1970 - 2009 (40 years)

Market analysis including technical and fundamental forecasts

Education

University of Miami - School of Business
MA
1962 / 1966
International Relations, Finance

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Now retired from portfolio management, Gene publishes his popular Internet Daily Briefing commentary and updates its companion MarketCast several times daily. The Daily Briefing assesses the day's events, and comments on any unusual moves in the stock, bond, Dollar, oil & gold markets, with a particular emphasis on technology issues in computers & telecommunications. MarketCast, an email-based, intraday service featuring audio updates, provides a near, real-time analysis of market action. Given the rapid pace of changing economic, psychological, and geopolitical perceptions, MarketCast is designed to provide a compass for shot-term traders to help them maintain their bearings.