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E Market Briefing For Jan. 21, 2020
Davos will dominate financial media in the week ahead, with perhaps a few interesting observations about the risks of monetary expansion and the struggles of the banking system
E Market Briefing For Jan. 13, 2020
There's no catalyst to warrant committing new funds as yet; although I expected 'recent' extensions, and leaned very clearly towards a China Deal coming; with initially higher S&P records.
E Market Briefing For Jan. 6, 2020
The recent tensions go beyond Iran - the heart of the concern are the power-vacuum risks. But how will this affect the markets?
E Market Briefing For Jan. 2, 2020
It's hard to imagine a new year without more actual profitability; but few seem to imagine how diverse all this is.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Dec. 30
This year has been all about Fed-driven liquidity triggering expansion, though not earnings growth overall.
E Market Briefing For Friday, Dec. 27
Stay tuned as we are obviously focused on possible monetary shifts. For the moment the 'Repo' issue persists.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Dec. 23
The trick this year has been to recognize that a handful of big-caps were leading the market; while the elves that were needed to fully trim the tree only recently showed up.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Dec. 16
We remain circumspect while market stresses are notably alleviated by making a 'Phase One' deal with China (superficial or not); ideally finalizing it sufficient to hold markets together for now.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Dec. 11
The market is neutral; debt issues are again being discussed; a Fed meeting is expected to yield no changes, but listen to statements for any hint of the future.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Nov. 27
We may be in a cyclical bullmarket beginning, not a decade ago, but last Christmas. In a perfect world it has longer to go.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 18
At this pace, the Bears are getting clobbered and will really be carved up by Turkey Day if this doesn't simmer down.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 11
As market traders or rumor-mongers make more of rampant skepticism regarding the trade progress than is warranted, little changes.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday-Thursday, Nov. 6-7
One big question is what's going to drive earnings higher at this point; and that's a valid topic.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Nov. 5
Economics need to catch up with stocks to justify any sustainability, much less an expansion.
Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 4
Skepticism reigns supreme as the S&P surges to record highs. But what really matters is reaching a trade deal with China.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 28
This year we don't have a Fall collapse (at least not so far) and that's fine.
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