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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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VIXplosion Warning!
Extremes at every nook and cranny of the market spell a VIXplosion may be on the horizon. At least, that is what the media is and has been promoting for some time now.
Are Markets, Like Steven Tyler, Living On The Edge?
Many market internals and positioning metrics suggest the market is living on the edge over stretched valuations, possibly some hope and ahead of a key earnings period that will provide corporate FY2020 guidance.
Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Bull In 2020?
There was no recession in 2019 and it seems to have moved off the radar of many investors' considerations. Should it though? What's in store for 2020 given rise in crude oil prices, yield curve inversion in August 2019 and those recession indicators?
There’s Nothing To Fear But A Persistent Melt-Up
A melt-up that might lead to a melt-down is on the minds of most investors, strategists and analysts going into the New Year.
E Onward And Upward In 2020?
Presidential election cycles with markets melting up into the New Year; what could go wrong often does go wrong... or does it?
At 3,220, If You Think The Market Is Expensive...
Investors are seemingly pulling much of the gains that would have taken place in 2020, into 2019. But with earnings expected to rebound through 2020, how much is really being pulled forward?
The Melt-Up That Leads To The Melt?
The market is melting higher, which in and of itself brings about certain critics, worries and recency bias. Investors look toward 2020, they desire to know how the markets will navigate an election year and after a strong market performance in 2020.
Geopolitical Risks Abate At Year-End: Sideways, Higher Or Lower From Here?
With a Phase-1 trade deal of sorts accomplished, the market is poised to melt-up and into 2020. But what then, what does 2020 look like for the global economy and domestic earnings?
Markets Roiled Ahead Of December 15 Tariff Deadline
December 15th tariffs loom large as the market seeks and finds excuses to unwind some of its outsized gains on the year, while reducing frothy sentiment.
If You Think The Market Is All Rainbows & Unicorns...
Some remarkable streaks from the S&P 500 may be tested near-term and find seasonal patterns at play. Earnings season is slowing to an end as retailers report a mixed bag of quarterly results.
E VIX Explosion Overdue Or Something Far Less Sinister?
The VIX can rise, but total Volatility complex positioning suggests it may not prove as dangerous as the media is portraying.
E Tops Are No Less A Process Than Bottoms
If the market is topping, what should you be looking for as a signal and how might one prepare for a near term top?
E It's Getting Frothy, Just The Way Santa Likes It
Extreme sentiment and weakening market breadth may spell trouble for the bull market near-term, but long-term momentum and economic fundamentals look sound.
Bulls, Bears & Market Timers Square-Off: What You Get From Froth
When markets breakout to the upside, permabears get quite upset and make last-ditch efforts.
E Breakout The Champagne! Record Highs Abound For Stock Indices!
Can seasonality and historic statistical data prove a foreshadowing of future market performance to come. We've seen hiccups in the data and seasonal trends to-date already. Indices are at record highs, what's next?
E Breadth, Headlines, Trade, Earnings... All Improving?
The S&P 500 is likely to hit new highs in the near-term and with a jam-packed week of Fed activity, big-tech earnings and key economic data releases.
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