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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jun. 23
The attractiveness of stocks and sectors vary so widely now, that most bull / bear debates are somewhat academic, even though logic for a correction is there.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 22
Rebounding was logical, though carried way to extremes in some indices, but not reflected with comparable large gains in many stocks. There's really one overriding factor behind the market's strength, growth and of course OIL.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 21
Quad-witching was heavy; we forecast a shakeout of the Indexes, and we got it. I'm contemplating some sort of intraweek rebound next week. In other words, the sky is not falling;
E Market Briefing For Friday, June 18
It's a wrestling match, as bulls and bears tussle with each other at these high S&P/NDX levels.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Jun. 17
Vulnerability is bifurcated, just like sector rotation indicated all year thus far. It is typical to see risk increased amidst superficial optimism at high S&P levels.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jun. 16
The 'transitory' inflation camp- predominates among analysts, while some of us that have seen versions of this movie before, know it's not quite so easy to divine.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 15
Conclusions can't be drawn about the upcoming FOMC meetings by analysts, who mostly continue to debate the issues we know: hot inflation numbers that skewed the CPI, whether that's transitory or not, and when tapering begins.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 14
Caution: We could be within days of an S&P shakeout, but again not really catastrophic.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Jun. 10
Transitory or enduring is the great debate about inflation, but realistically it's not entirely dependent on tomorrow's CPI number, aside the initial reaction that will be explained away by either bull or bear.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jun. 9
Macro crosscurrents weren't the primary influence in Tuesday's market. I think today the bottleneck was a near-global internet outage, which has been reported widely.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 8
Benign market behavior generally persists; as an out-of-the-box rally effort to start Monday was reversed, as is typical since traders want a pullback first.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 7
One step at a time but slowly, changes have to be made.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Jun. 3
Winding down the stimulative structures dominant during the pandemic, will be a huge challenge; something the Fed is keenly aware (and fearful) of. The move today to slightly trim a corporate lending facility, might test the waters.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jun. 2
Modest tightening not just by the US Fed (eventually) but by markets all by themselves as they perceive 'snugging-up' of global liquidity in 2021's second half, might well be a concern for the foreign markets as well as for our S&P.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, June 1
Not time for heroics by the bulls; and not a clear sailing time for the bears either.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, May 27
Dynamics spurring last year's upside, mostly sputtered with sector-rotation since early February. Periodically breadth broadens out slightly and a move in unison occurs, absent sustainability.
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