Seth Golden - Comments
Chief Market Strategist
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After 20 years in the retail and consumer goods sector, I became a research analyst and market strategist for Capital Ladder Advisory Group. Since 2011, I have published some 400+ articles surrounding mainstream retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, Costco and more. I've covered ... more

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Rate Cut Odds Dip Below 50% From 92% A Week Ago
1 month ago

You really need to understand what you're blogging about better. Repo rate matters.

Auto Sales Surge 1.8% In August, Spending Flat Ex-Autos
1 month ago

ex autos, but no commentary on the gas price fluctuation impact. Always puts and takes, always.

Trade Concessions, Central Banks & Retail Sales Ahead
1 month ago

Again, the Trump Put is a known, regardless of how Cramer spins it. And who cares, the market dictates policy, always has, always will. Hence the dip buying and the forced conciliatory stance on both sides after the August swoons in the market forced it to be.

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Trade Concessions, Central Banks & Retail Sales Ahead
1 month ago

I think that opinion is in the majority, sooooo.....?

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Breaking Down The Bull/Bear Argument
1 month ago

It’s not all bad news, however. According to a Friday analysis by LPL Financial, the past 15 times that the S&P 500 lost ground in August, the rest of the year saw positive returns every single time.

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A Recession Is Coming Or Is This Just Hyperbole And Fear Mongering?
2 months ago

I factor in most everything, including the aforementioned. You're assumption is with great error.

A Recession Is Coming Or Is This Just Hyperbole And Fear Mongering?
2 months ago

Gary, I just can't with that last comment my friend. Why you think men differ their tech spending vs. women...

A Recession Is Coming Or Is This Just Hyperbole And Fear Mongering?
2 months ago

Because a greater portion of discretionary income has been devoted to information technology and hardware since 2010. Look at the data surrounding wireless and streaming which has siphoned sales from department store retail sales and of course, apparel.

Why The Fed Could Cut By 50bps & Why It Won’t Matter
2 months ago

Peter Boockvar succinctly explained why in one of his recent letters. The problem is that ‘easy money’ stops working when it becomes normal, as it now is.

"Lower rates don’t encourage borrowing unless potential borrowers think it’s a limited-time opportunity. Which they don’t anymore, and shouldn’t, since the Fed shows no sign of ever going back to what was once normal.”

I'm guessing the bears want their cake and to eat it too. Crying about record level debt, but lower rates won't lead to more borrowing. Ummmmm?

Trade Truce, Check! S&P 3,000... We'll See, And Why?
3 months ago

Theres little history regarding tariff implementation and using history isn't likely the appropriate way to rationalize given this the first occurence with a truly globally intertwined economy.

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