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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, August 5
The pandemic is not over. There is also an epidemic of violence by those who do not grasp the importance of both freedom of expression, free-market capitalism, and what some allege is now 'insurrection' requiring Federal intervention.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, August 4
Stimulus bill delays didn't inhibit the Senior Indexes retaining their gains; while for sure it inhibits millions of Americans who will cease lots of consumer spending as the indirect subsidies are forestalled.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Aug. 3
Be a little cautious about jumping on the bandwagon of negativity.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, July 30
Recognizing the severe economic downturns - was and is essential coming from the Fed. Their comprehensive approach to assisting both monetary and fiscal policy moves (and supporting efforts that Congress may determine) is absolutely essential.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 29
Disruptive concerns threaten to push merely shuffling concerns from the fore, and to the back-burners. Widely presumed views that we will get 'a' Bill prevail, but whether its 'the' Bill the nation has need for, is another story.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, July 28
The tension in the markets is somewhat about a synchronized global recovery that basically nobody believes, at least for now, will really emerge; even those that are long the leading stocks.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 27
There's a chasm between 'reality' and even economic survival now in some areas as well as greater risk if we don't get miraculous solutions soon. But you can also have a 'relief' rebound, if Congress comes together.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, July 23
Markets don't like uncertainty, although in this case the uncertainty allowed a crash back in February and March, we caught it in both directions, so it's only logical to be open-minded for a correction.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 22
Stock market behavior should struggle onward for now, maybe tech again takes the fore again in Wednesday's trade, as this sort of 'Coney Island Cyclone' roller-coaster ride persists.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, July 21
Tuesday may be a bit skittish but we see this market moving higher even as the case counts do as well; and it's not incongruous as to how this battle rages both for humanity and the weapons to fight this horrendous plague.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 20
Global urgency rises amid biotech shuffle. Aside individual stock focuses, emphasizes that this virus is a formidable foe.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, July 16
We're focused primarily on the 'romps' by S&P and NASDAQ / NDX, though hopes for an 'infrastructure' package can help some industrial stocks that have been relatively dormant. That's a hope felt by the Dow Industrials too, but it may be premature.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 15
The consistent message to keep in-mind (aside not excessively fighting the market or the Fed), was that S&P, even overextended NASDAQ, would rocket-up whenever we got 'serious' good news in the realm of a 'vaccine' or antiviral drug.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, July 14
A huge speculative crescendo - raged for weeks in 'super-cap' FANG types, then it became pretty much loony tunes in what some refer to as the 'Robinhood' crowds of traders, who hopefully made money, but often chase rather than fade breakouts.
E Market Briefing For Monday, July 13
The world is piling into very expensive stocks; a shakeout looms out there, though probably not yet.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, July 9
The Bull/Bear rivalry often fails to realize this market has not and is not up on anything related to the economic conditions or immediate recovery prospects coming out of a V-bottom in the S&P, more so than in the overall economy.
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