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Market Briefing For Thursday, Jan. 26
Traction was maintained after the early post-Microsoft (related) selloff. This was nonsense and I anticipated a full S&P recovery. We got it.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jan. 25
Low expectations summarizes how many traders and money managers got off-base with regard to the preceding pummeling that set-up the 'January Effect' rally.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jan. 24
Inflation fears have been fading - for at least 6 months now; even though persisting (and continuing) strength in Oil prices will make disinflation difficult.
Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 23
Yes, there is a collision point for big-cap markets; primarily not a conflict with the Fed; but an adjustment to 'normalization' as we have described the 5-6% interest level.
Market Briefing For Thursday, Jan. 19
Yesterday the S&P 500 reacted well to bad news, then reversed and now the overall paradigm has shifted a bit to 'has the Fed gone too far and too fast'.. Yes that is so.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jan. 18
Watching paint dry is what Tuesday's trading appeared like, but it's not so simple really. It's so bifurcated (Techs up, Industrials down), that I smell a Wednesday rebound.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jan. 17
We suspect more of a fight (including upside S&P 4000 or so) in the abbreviated trading week, which ends with Quarterly Expiration.
Market Briefing For Thursday, Jan. 12
A perfect storm will strike or be avoided Thursday morning, as the jittery market awaits the CPI number. We suspect it will be soft; and that's favorable although (of course) the bears will say that means slowing economic activity.
Market Briefing For Monday, Jan. 9
People are locking in yields; evaluating their excess bearishness we warned about; and we got our rally into the weekend. It might not be the most impressive ever; but it will do.
Market Briefing For Friday, Jan. 6
This S&P range sort of has ~3800 as a fulcrum to pivot with small moves that are not definitive; as has been the case incredibly for the most part recently.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jan. 4
Big drags on the S&P as 2023 started with crosscurrents such as breadth often positive, while both S&P and DJIA were down.
Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jan. 3
2023 is going to be a better year if we can avoid direct conflict with Russia; sidestep China's latest Covid outbreak; tame the Fed zealotry; and realize that 'high PE's are seen twice.'
Market Briefing For Thursday, Dec. 29
Everything is so bad that it's almost good. Some stocks are being set-up for intervening rebounds. One big surprise has been e-commerce weakness, as customers go back to stores.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Dec. 28
Analysts note that back-to-back declines are seldom. As to whether 2023 would be the 2nd down year, we believe it's less likely to be negative, partially as it would be a 3rd down year.
Market Briefing For Thursday, Dec. 22
An inevitable Fed pivot is not a panacea. This market continues to struggle as it managed to hold Senior Index traction on Wednesday, because of rebounds in S&P-leading tech stocks.
Market Briefing For Wednesday, Dec. 21
Behind the scenes the market has been transitioning, from 2 year old Bear to something defensive, but not a Bull market either, pending the Fed from a 'formal' standpoint.
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