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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jun. 16
The 'transitory' inflation camp- predominates among analysts, while some of us that have seen versions of this movie before, know it's not quite so easy to divine.
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E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 15
Conclusions can't be drawn about the upcoming FOMC meetings by analysts, who mostly continue to debate the issues we know: hot inflation numbers that skewed the CPI, whether that's transitory or not, and when tapering begins.
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E Market Briefing For Monday, June 14
Caution: We could be within days of an S&P shakeout, but again not really catastrophic.
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E Market Briefing For Thursday, Jun. 10
Transitory or enduring is the great debate about inflation, but realistically it's not entirely dependent on tomorrow's CPI number, aside the initial reaction that will be explained away by either bull or bear.
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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Jun. 9
Macro crosscurrents weren't the primary influence in Tuesday's market. I think today the bottleneck was a near-global internet outage, which has been reported widely.
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E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 8
Benign market behavior generally persists; as an out-of-the-box rally effort to start Monday was reversed, as is typical since traders want a pullback first.
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Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 8
6 days ago

P.S. I didn't intend being grumpy; but I'm in pain; recovering well for the most part (other than the wound) from Covid; and have returned to putting my heart & soul into this passion. And been right about the market for a few years straight; avoiding shorting the S&P too. So it's reasonable to expect some new members from the 'tire kickers' after this long a time. I could retire and just go to Puerto Vallarta; but it's not healthy there yet haha.

In this article: AAPL
Market Briefing For Tuesday, Jun. 8
6 days ago

What marketing effort? I don't get paid by TalkMarkets; I do not allow advertising on my ingerletter.com website or in my reports sent by email to our subscribers; and it's the sole income. It would be nice to be compensated by at least a few of the many readers of my 'free' reports posted here. Thanks sir.

In this article: AAPL
Ten Soldiers Of The WSB Reddit Army
7 days ago

I would think both LightPath (LPTH) and Sorrento Therapeutics (SRNE) would make the list; as both are being talked-up in groups and both have had rallies on volume.

Market Briefing For Thursday, May 27
18 days ago

P.S. If anyone wants my full reports, which I'm doing having recovered from Covid a few weeks ago; kindly visit www.ingerletter.com and subscribe to The Daily Briefing. In this weekend's report I delve more into the Wuhan-gate scandle that is about to go 'full Monte'. I work diligently at this, gave the correct advice, and would appreciate your joining.

Market Briefing For Thursday, May 27
18 days ago

Yes; interestingly I suspected from the Lab in Jan. 2020 and said so; a Chinese couple attended a seminar I gave near Disneyworld and they told me about all the people streaming out of Wuhan. And on March 23rd I nailed the low as you likely know while many were in panic; but the Fed stated their posture. In this weekend's report (only part will be posted here; the entire report and videos are sent to my subscribers) I share a bit of the Australian expose today of Dr. Fauci's connection; and no Trump was NOT briefed; but this could be a huge scandal as you say. And it comes out (and Biden switched to 'wanting' the intelligence) as of course they can't keep a lid on it forever. There are tons of intelligence on this and it came from the Wuhan lab; and even if unintentional; apparently was meant as a weapon; not as research to protect from a virus. That's a spin.

Market Briefing For Thursday, May 13
1 month ago

Please visit www.ingerletter.com and subscribe to our Daily Briefing. If you do so this week and mention TalkMarket in feedback to me, and I'll 'comp' the intraday MarketCasts to you at no extra charge. I have provided much of my work here for far too long; even though without videos (voice over charts.. technical analysis primarily). To continue doing so we need to see a response from readers here; which is why I will reward personal feedback so I know you read this post. I'm pretty much back to full speed; after (miraculously) surviving Covid and a more than two months hospital stay. (How I did so and how I have my strength somewhat back remains a mystery to me.)

In this article: SPX, NYA
Market Briefing For Monday, Oct. 5
8 months ago

What I do is a 'blend' of everything; and I try to be centrist with politics and just explain what happens depending on the outcome. These 'freebie' reports are a courtesy and do NOT include my chart videos, stock discussions or any picks, such as our writeup's about Sorrento Therapeutics or LightPath. So if you care about individual stocks or technical analysis; try our Service. www.ingerletter.com

In this article: SRNE, REGN, VIX, NYA
Market Briefing For Wednesday, July 29
10 months 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
10 months 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
10 months 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.

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President / publisher
Inger & Co.
1969 - Present (53 years 3 months)

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

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

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.