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Michele "Mish" Schneider is the Director of Trading Education & Research for MarketGauge. She provides in-depth trader training as the market analyst, writer and host of Mish's Market Minute, contributes to several online trading ... more


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Has The Fed De-Iced Inflation From Its 40-Year Lull?
There is a disconnect between the Fed’s metrics for inflation and reality.
The Economic Modern Family - How Are They Looking?
After a brief visit to lower prices, almost everyone in the sector-representative ETFs gained in price this past week. We give honorable mention to the Russell 2000 IWM. Not only did IWM show bullish muscle, it also had the best percentage gain.
Emerging Markets - How They Are Shaping Up For 2020
While the US market, particularly the S&P 500 and NASDAQ have made new all-time highs recently in 2019, one can see the disconnect of the underperformance in emerging markets.
The Market Bears Fade To Black
On November 4th, SMH gapped higher and since it was a new all-time high, that made the pattern a clean breakaway gap. Until yesterday, that gap held.
Was That The Market Selloff?
Bears won the dog fight from the bulls and the agnostics today. However, was this the dip to buy or the start of a way more major selloff?
Dogs In This Fight-Bulls, Bears And Agnostics
Black Friday and Cyber Monday posted record sales. Yet Amazon, and many of the retail stocks that saw huge gains last week, today fell.
A Stock Market That Offers Bulls Tasty Treats
Ahead of Black Friday, there is also hope that the better-than-expected GDP of 2.1% will encourage consumers to go out and spend more money, increasing the household debt even further.
Granddad Russell 2000 Turns Into Mr. Monopoly
As the biggest percentage gainer of the 4 indices, IWM closed up over 2.0%.
The Market Is Dead Alive, But Donned In A Vibrant Scarf
Even in the face of the constant onslaught of trade war news, every dip is bought. However, the rallies are becoming shallower.
Retail’s Conspicuous & Inconspicuous Consumption
Soon is the time when consumer sentiment is about to go through the ultimate test-Black Friday.
Is The Russell 2000 Worth 2000 Words?
For weeks now, we have waited for the Russell 2000 IWM to show signs of strength. With the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and the Dow making yet another new all-time high, IWM just looks so tired.
Stock Market Tells Bears, “Eat Crow”
Regardless of the recycled news, the market continues to trade in this huge disconnect. The S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and the Dow traded again to new all-time highs. The Russell 2000 closed red.
Structural Cracks In The Equities Market
As the S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq keep roaring to new highs, the disconnect not only among the market sectors, but also among the world’s populace, keeps expanding. Yet, in an almost surreal way, tech and Fortune 500 stocks keep running up.
Has The US Dollar Topped Out?
The biggest issue looming, considering the rising debt, is that the dollar loses its place as the worlds’ reserve currency.
The Wonderful World Of Disney Corporate Buybacks
Disney’s debt load is high, considering the launch of its streaming service.
The Stock Market’s Smug And Chubby
Investors have gone from fearful of a recession to fearful of missing out on this rally.
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