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E Market Briefing For Thursday, Dec. 2
The collective behavior of the market suggests generally being 'in not out' of the market going into early 2022, despite the past two dicey and COVID-Fed sensitive weeks.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Dec. 1
Tuesday, Fed Chair Powell retired the term 'transitory inflation'. I believe 'inflation' will prevail even if the spread of the Omicron variant returns 'stagflation' to the fore.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Nov. 30
With the Fed-head trying to damper optimism in the morning, a higher high is likely deferred, but if we subsequently get one it might be with VIX below 15, again.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 29
S&P was so high based on a handful of mega-caps focused on total economic resurgence and we're not really there. Risk has exceeded big-cap potential for some time.
E Market Briefing For Thanksgiving 2021
'Cancel culture' fortunately spared yours truly this year, hence much to be thankful for. Trying not to be too melodramatic, but wow..
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Nov. 24
This market is complex, bifurcated and challenging. In some ways, it hasn't changed in months; while the majority of the volatile swings are to be seen in the tech mega-caps.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Nov. 23
Treacherous spinning definitely kept traders on edge Monday, during what is a normally docile few sessions ahead of Thanksgiving. Using the SPR to manipulate the market price of oil is inappropriate, it is for an emergency, there is no emergency.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 22
Markets are likely to continue their divergent patterns at the new week's start; and usually the market is 'flattish' ahead of Thanksgiving itself.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Nov. 17 - The EV Edition
Raising expectations is exactly what Wall Street needed, to deny any sort of 'double-top' possibility for S&P. Perhaps that's why Goldman Sachs chose today to increase their target to 5100.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Nov.16
Mischaracterized Inflation by economists and politicians has contributed to a rolling argument, though there's really no case to be made for 'transitory' as a word to describe this inflation. Our view of 'enduring' continues to prevail.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 15
Most of the 'pandemic plays' for work-at-home or exercise etc., are and remain defensive; as those should continue to struggle next year.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Nov. 11
The market's newer 'troops' will probably learn a lesson 'veterans' with any seasoned experience already know: never chase a big upside on so-called 'hot' IPO's. Time will tell if that's the case with the Rivian's grand start.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Nov. 10
Rotation continues and you see the strongest stocks rebound from their morning shakeouts, so far this pattern hasn't been reversed, but that's a frequent characteristic especially on Tuesday. Look for greater risk late this week.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Nov. 9
Optimizing portfolio strategies in this market, is fairly straight-forward, even if it doesn't fit catch-phrase descriptions of overbought vs oversold or valuations in an extended or undervalued way. The reason is because it's all those.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 8
S&P is going to have trouble clawing higher; but it should try even though I do allow for another shakeout.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Nov. 4
The Fed tries not to be disruptive, but knows the time is short to act unless you want far higher rates later.
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