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E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct. 29
A dramatic departure from headline risk might be needed to justify lowering caution flags that we've flown for several weeks now. Risk exposure by many in big-tech especially (FANG / super-caps) was far too excessive for the times.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Oct. 28
Choppy frustration weighed on markets almost across the Board Tuesday, as value plays and cyclicals were defensive, not just pricey super-cap leadership stocks declining. It was a modest sell-the-rebound day.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Oct.27
Jarring metrics combined to impact economic and market expectations, by a crowd that had been in-denial or hoping more progress would occur sooner. That sure applies to political wrangling about 'Stimulus', which continues to run-into roadblocks.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 26
S&P behaves very firmly; holding above a fail-safe level, that would invite a consideration risk of more notable big-cap retreat. Meanwhile decent earnings in many (not all) major issues has and will contributed to stability.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct.22
The market, or mostly the S&P, remains 'heavy', tries to bounce on revolving news about Stimulus, and then returns to jitters that to a sense might be tied to newly-generated questions of election interference by both Iran and Russia.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Oct. 21
A question remains as to whether we get conventional rallying by the S&P with guarded participation elsewhere, and whether or not that will have an immediate response post-Election (if outcome known).
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Oct. 20
The market's 'tone' persisted being defensive for quite awhile, as the S&P constructed essentially a structural 'double-top' over these last few weeks, with little potential upside for the 'super-cap' or FANG-type stocks.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 19
The surf was up on Expiration Friday, with lots of varied individual stocks it was evident breadth in fact was a better reflection of the swells between the waves of this session.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct. 15
It is a more cautious time, based on pandemic, on politics, on expensive stock leadership, while the more-mundane stocks aren't particularly pricey at all. But of course that presumes we emerge from the bunker-lifestyle quickly enough.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Oct.14
Tuesday's S&P behavior was about as anticipated, choppy with a bit of late comeback, with nothing earthshaking as far as the market itself, while clearly the Nation for sure needs more sooner, to fight COVID. Both testing and treatment.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Oct. 13
Columbus Day Perspectives generally surround the market's continuation on the upside fairly dramatically led by the 'super-cap' usual suspects, which is considered a blow-off by some.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 12
The vitality of this market is reasonably questioned as it shuffles with political news and a lot of skepticism.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Oct. 8
Zooming right back up- after President Trump flip-flopped even later at night than our late-night Briefing last evening, S&P responded to his truly softened stance.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Oct. 7
Stimulus talks halted, and monopoly challenges arise to a bipartisan level, possibly meaning more to markets than the politics of the moment, this will be most significant for Amazon and Google.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Oct. 6
Mixed messages persist almost across the board, limiting conclusions about a sensitive uptrend surrounding market action, regardless of assist from the President's apparent recovery progressing, as well as continuing discussions about new stimulus.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 5
Tremendous near-term uncertainty. with light at the end of the Covid tunnel if and when.
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