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Gene Inger pioneered U.S. financial television and daily technical analysis. His broadcast stations later affiliated with FNN, merging into CNBC where he was an original Market Maven. His views have been quoted in Barron's, the Wall Street Journal, on CNN and now on his own more

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E Market Briefing For Thursday, August 13
Strength begets strength for the S&P, as even skeptics acknowledge it's highly probable we 'eek-out' an historic high. In the past I've mentioned that I have never seen such a strong market with so many it seems 'up in arms' protesting the move.
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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, August 12
The enterprise value of many stocks trying to bottom now is questionable, given the borrowings and overall Debt situation, but the market is probing structure for a post-Covid era, that if we keep calm with China, might be a global resurgence.
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E Market Briefing For Tuesday, August 11
A 'dynamic shift' in sentiment - obviously looms on the horizon; but as contended all Summer, extreme risk (beyond shakeouts or even a correction) are not here 'yet'.
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E Market Briefing For Monday, Aug. 10
'Lost control' is a trap the Fed boxed themselves into. Hike rates now and they would of course expedite a crash to go along with the Depression parts of the Country are in.
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E Market Briefing For Thursday, August 6
An economic chasm risks occurring right when COVID-19 will collide with seasonal influenza, with complete confusion occurring amidst the public, if nothing's achieved in the very short time-frame that remains.
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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, August 5
The pandemic is not over. There is also an epidemic of violence by those who do not grasp the importance of both freedom of expression, free-market capitalism, and what some allege is now 'insurrection' requiring Federal intervention.
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Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 29
15 days ago

It's like the Spanish Flu of 1918-19... suffering and a recession; but it led to the Roaring 20's and that might happen this time too; despite all the belief that monetary policies will inhibit that. I'm compassionate and lost a cousin to this horror last week; but life goes on and might as well be trading markets independent of impulsive or emotional reactions to events; which is often the wrong moves to make. We've nailed this as you know from reading my excerpts here; and I hope you understand that I was in tears hearing back in February from people who said our warnings helped them get PPE and protect families at a time Washington wasn't advising it. And since turning bullish on March 23rd it's been great. Checkout $AMD, $LPTH and $SRNE all of which we owned and own.

In this article: AMD, SRNE, LPTH
Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 29
15 days ago

Indeed... my Sorrento (SRNE) suggestion at 4 is working out great; and their on site testing and a possible 'pill' is really the needed solution. I'll welcome you as a subscriber if you like; as I'm going to have to curtail allowing other websites from quoting more than a paragraph or two of my work (no compensation); heck I enjoy sharing but gotta pay the 'lectric bill (JK).. cheers!

In this article: AMD, SRNE, LPTH
Market Briefing For Thursday, July 23
21 days ago

Thanks kindly William... I usually delve into the 'psychology' of the market more in my nightly videos; which are not posted here in fairness to paying subscribers at my www.ingerletter.com website. In fact I should require these excerpts be reduced further in fairness to me! haha. Stay safe in this crazy time.

Market Briefing For Thursday, June 18
1 month ago

Yes Noah, I discuss China in many reports and videos and portions of the Daily Reports you don't see in these complimentary excerpts. I welcome you to join our full Daily Briefing by subscribing at www.ingerletter.com... cheers! Gene

Market Briefing For Thursday, June 18
1 month ago

Thanks Karen- this is about half of it; as voice-over-video charts and more technical comments are in the 'Daily action' portion NOT provided in these excerpts. I welcome you to join our full Daily Briefing by subscribing at www.ingerletter.com... cheers! Gene

Market Briefing For Monday, June 8
2 months ago

To see my full report (this is an abridged version without most stocks and chart videos) pleas subscribe to my Daily Briefing at www.ingerletter.com thanks! Gene

In this article: AMD, QQQ, SPY, SPX
Market Briefing For Thursday, June 4
2 months ago

I'm the author.. Gene Inger... I didn't see any recent comments or questions until today... sorry.. I never logged into properly before. Questions can be posed on our ingerletter.com website feedback, or we'd welcome you to join our regular daily service. During the crisis we include full MarketCast service (intraday as well as the nightly) at NO extra charge. I'll be glad to respond to questions about the service if you email me; but I probably won't see questions here. Thanks; and I appreciate the warm comments about our warning of a crash back in early February and nailing the max-fear low around March 22. Now it's a bit more dicey. Visit us.. www.ingerletter.com (you won't see a mention of the free upgrade; just subscribe to Daily Briefing). Questions? Email me: gene ingerletter.com

Market Briefing For Wednesday, March 4
5 months ago

thanks! when you sign-up you might also send me feedback or an email to: gene ingerletter.com and that way I'll know it was from TalkMarkets and set it up with the upgraded service.

Market Briefing For Wednesday, March 4
5 months ago

The rate cut was to deflect Pandemic Bond default (the WHO declaring a panic would trigger release of those funds, and possibly harm a bank or hedge fund investor. That is what I alluded to last night and discussed on our 3 intraday comments you don't see here. Please join us by subscribing to Daily Briefing ($159.) at www.ingerletter.com/subscribe and this week as the market alternates big moves, I'll upgrade you to our Premium MarketCast (normally 390) 'on the house'. I cannot just provide everything here without compensation. Thanks!

Market Briefing For Monday, Nov. 4
9 months ago

You're right; it depends. I checked on my iPhone and they look fine. On my iMac (using Firefox) some setting prevented them opening. Thanks for your interest in my work. (full MarketCast with my videos less than half price for the 1st Quarter at our website this week only due to the Trader Show in Vegas... though you won't it noted). Just subscribe to Daily Briefing and we'll upgrade at no charge.

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Work Experience

President / publisher
Inger & Co.
1969 - Present (52 years 4 months)

Financial analyst; focus on S&P trading; geopolitics and economics.

Early 'Market Maven'
CNBC
1970 - 2009 (40 years 2 months)

Market analysis including technical and fundamental forecasts

Education

University of Miami - School of Business
MA
1962 / 1966
International Relations, Finance

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Now retired from portfolio management, Gene publishes his popular Internet Daily Briefing commentary and updates its companion MarketCast several times daily. The Daily Briefing assesses the day's events, and comments on any unusual moves in the stock, bond, Dollar, oil & gold markets, with a particular emphasis on technology issues in computers & telecommunications. MarketCast, an email-based, intraday service featuring audio updates, provides a near, real-time analysis of market action. Given the rapid pace of changing economic, psychological, and geopolitical perceptions, MarketCast is designed to provide a compass for shot-term traders to help them maintain their bearings.