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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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VIX Drops To 14 With S&P 500 Expressing Overbought Conditions & Errand Product Launch From Samsung
With QT and Fed minutes being released all in the same day, market liquidity still outperformed with overbought conditions remaining in the market. The S&P has marched steadily higher with the VIX dropping below 15 and eyeing a 13 handle.
E S&P 500 Is Ignoring Some Weakening Data & With Fund Flows Found Unfavorable, But...
As the S&P 500 eyes ever closer to the 2,800 high water mark from which it cascaded in Q4 2018, it has done so with great breadth, but without favorable fund flows and increasingly weakened economic data. How long can this persist?
Weekly State Of The Market: Segment 1
In this week's video we discuss the all-important weekly economic data and dig into some pressure issues reported with great detail and analysis.
E As Geopolitical Tension Rise, Q1 2019 Earnings Estimates Fall: S&P 500 Approaches 200-DMA
The S&P 500 was rejected just below its 200-DMA and as the geopolitical landscape becomes that much more uncertain. U.S. corporate earnings growth is expected to be negative in Q1 2019. Investors forced to consider valuation vs. growth!
Markets Running Hot, Hot, Hot
S&P 500 continues its rally in February. Overbought conditions are present and found with limited retail investor participation and net outflows. However, earnings are beating at a rate significant enough to find buyers.
E Q1 2019 EPS Forecast Take A Hit While S&P 500 Surges Through January 2019: Sustainable?
Fund flows are moving in contrast to equity market performance as the S&P 500 has entered overbought territory. Market volatility has greatly curtailed throughout January and as positive headlines center on U.S./China trade talks. Trouble still looms
Apple’s Results May Put An End To Powell’s Dismal Press Conference, Market Reaction Record
Apple's results have provided investors with some sense of relief, but the Federal Open Market Committee post rate hike decision press conference hasn't found investors finding favor with market during the rein of Jerome Powell.
E Fed Meeting, Nonfarm Payrolls, Tech Earnings Highlight Critical Week For S&P 500
S&P 500 heads into the final trading days of January with tech earnings and the Fed in focus. With the government reopened, investors will also achieve more economic data to consider, including Q4 2018 GDP and Nonfarm Payrolls for January 2019.
S&P 500 Grinds Out Trading Week With Limited Economic Data Available
Market resistance is defined, but macro-headlines have littered the sentiment of investors. Earnings season has proven a mixed bag thus far and through the longest government shutdown on record. Which way does the S&P 500 go next?
E The S&P 500's YTD Rally Is More A Function Of Liquidity Than Earnings Results And Sentiment
The S&P 500's YTD rally has not been driven by the typical earnings and revenue results, but rather something vastly more important at this stage of the bull market.
EC What Will Impact S&P 500 Trend In Early 2019
The headwinds facing the S&P 500 in the early portion of 2018 beg for resolution. Given the headwinds are manmade crises, they can be easily resolved. Keep in mind, since 2016 we've moved from one manmade crisis to the next. Markets adjust!
Final Trading Day Of 2018 Is Met With Bearish Sentiment For 2019
Markets enter final trading day of the year as pensions continue to rebalance. Outlook for 2019 finds investor digging out of a large hole for which markets had their worst year in nearly a decade.
A Deep Dive Into The Latest FOMC Day
The Fed's messaging proficiency is anything but proficient. The market is down some 15% from its September peak, even with the VIX somewhat subdued. What is next remains to be seen, but the Fed "put" is now in question.
E Markets Linger At Critically Low Levels Going Into Another Critical Week Of Trading
We head into a trading week with SPX at critically low levels and valued less than that over the past 5 years. Headwinds remain abundant with Brexit looming, U.S. government shutdown potential and Wednesday's FOMC press conference/hike.
Euphoria Fades From The Market, But Marko Kolanovic Doesn't Fade From His Forecast
A trade truce, dovish Fed and rebounding oil price have improved market sentiment, but sentiment has proven fleeting. Marko Kolanovic tackles the media narrative that constantly shifts to fit the market moves.
The VIX And What It May Signal?
Why the Inverse correlation between the S&P 500 and the VIX is an imperfect one, but can offer signals to investors.
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