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Adam Sarhan is a +20 year market veteran, a Forbes Contributor, and is regularly quoted on CNBC, Fox Business, the Wall Street Journal, BARRONs, and a host of others. 

Adam is the Founder and CEO of 50 Park Investments and 50 Park Capital. Adam provides weekly market updates to more


Week-In-Review: Stocks End Week Higher And Flirt With Important Level
The market rallied last week as investors cheered more easy money from global central banks and waited for next week’s Fed meeting, then the G-20 meeting at the end of the month in Japan.
Week-In-Review: Stocks Soar As Global Central Banks Push For More Easy Money
Once again, global central banks showed up and juiced markets.
Week In Review: Stocks Fall As Trade Woes Continue
May 2019 was a brutal month for the market as the benchmark S&P 500 plunged nearly 7% from peak to trough.
Week In Review: Selling Continues Ahead Of Long-Weekend As Trade Woes Linger
The market fell again last week after China said the trade talks will stop until the U.S. addresses its ‘wrong actions.’ The latest negative headline du jour aside, the market was way overdue to pullback after a strong year-long rally.
Week In Review: Stocks Fall For Second Straight Week As Trade Tensions Rise
The Dow fell 700 points on Monday, then bounced back Tuesday through Thursday but still ended the week lower. For most of this year the 50 DMA line has served as support but it may now become resistance.
Week In Review: Stocks Fall As US-China Trade Woes Intensify
The market remains very strong after the Federal Reserve reversed its stance and moved back into the easy money camp. Near-term resistance is the record high while near-term support is March 2019’s low, the 200 DMA line and then 2018’s low.


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Sarhan Capital
October 2004 - Present (14 years 11 months)

Sarhan Capital is an independent consulting firm. Adam Sarhan is a contributor for Forbes,, &


Florida Atlantic University
2003 / 2005
Political Science