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Growing up, I had the benefit of learning from my father, Robert Feirman, real estate investor and founder of The Feirman Corporation. Dad has invested in and operated apartment, office and retail properties for 30 years. I learned a lot from him and benefitted by his example. At more


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Return Of The Bear, The Magnificent 7 Are Next, TLT $115
Bulls will argue that the S&P is only 5% off its all-time highs and this is just a standard correction so far.
Be OMO Not FOMO, The Resumption Of The Bear Market, NFLX Is Extremely Overvalued
The S&P has had a terrific run over the last six months, adding ~1,000 points or nearly 25%. Investors can be forgiven for feeling FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out.
The Fab 5 Are Priced For Perfection Heading Into 1Q Earnings
Thursday was a disappointing day for the bears as there was no follow through below 5150 after the hotter-than-expected March CPI Report Wednesday morning.
March CPI Comes In Hot But S&P Holds 5150
The March CPI Report came in hotter than expected Wednesday morning with both headline and core increasing 0.4% from a month earlier – compared to expectations (and hopes) of 0.3%.
Monday Was Another Inside Day As Stocks Coil Ahead Of The March CPI
Wednesday morning’s March CPI Report may determine which side of the 5150 to 5250 range the market breaks out from.
The Crowd And The Contrarian
There is more than one way to make money in markets. Know yourself said the Delphic oracle. Self knowledge will set you free – in markets and in life.
Inside Day, March CPI, 1Q Earnings Season
Friday was an interesting day as the market rallied in the wake of the stronger than expected March Jobs Report. Technically, it was an inside day with all of the price action taking place within Thursday’s range.
Thursday’s Reversal And The Jobs Report
The BLS will release the March jobs reports today. The median estimate is for 215k new jobs with a range of estimates from 150k to 250k.
Fed Rate Hiking Cycles And Recessions: A History Lesson
As we all now, over the last two years the Fed has significantly raised the Federal Funds rate from 0%-0.25% to 5.25%-5.50%. This was widely expected to cause the economy to go into recession in 2023.
The Mag 7 Is Now The Fab 5, TSLA 1Q Deliveries, PVH -20%
While the market held up last week despite underperformance from the Magnificent 7 (or Fab 5) because of strength in the rest of the S&P 500, it can’t go much higher without them leading.
Gold Hedges Against More Than Just Inflation
When the Fed started raising rates aggressively in 2022 to combat surging inflation, I sold all of my gold. But in recent months, gold has started to move again, breaking out to new all-time highs and baffling me.
The Market Will Soon Hit An Air Pocket And Drop 20% In A Matter Of Months
There are extremely sound economic reasons why tightening the money supply so much slows down the economy. It’s not different this time.
Lessons From The First 47 Years
Humans are very sensitive to what other people think. But each age tends to think the same way about various things. Only by thinking independently can we move beyond conformism and the false assumptions of our time.
Participation Broadens As The Equal Weight S&P Rips, WBA Earnings
It’s getting harder and harder to make a bearish technical case against stocks.
$27 Trillion In Debt And Rising Fast: Are Treasury Yields Heading To 5% Or 3%?
Interest rates matter. A lot. Depending on their level, interest rates can stimulate or restrict economic growth.
The Bulls Dunk On The Bears
There is no current fundamental or technical reason to be bearish outside of valuation. The other bearish argument is that monetary policy acts with a lag and this time that lag is particularly long for various reasons. Why can't I flip bullish?
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