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E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Sept. 30
The market pattern hasn't changed, it progresses and ideally will digest the Debate and 'try' to advance further.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Sept. 29
Markets remain hostage to both COVID-19 'further waves' and vaccine/therapeutic developments; while politics looms as a further uncertainty as we all fully recognize.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, Sept. 24
Rapid sobriety returned with a vengeance, just slightly before expected anyway in the course of 'evolution' of the S&P decline, and this time the selling was broader in a sense than merely being led by the 'super-caps'.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Sept. 23
Market 'anesthesia' - was expected to relieve the pain inflicted by super-cap selling, at least temporarily on Tuesday and perhaps even Wednesday, and that's what we've got going.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Sept. 22
Technical correction progression - keeps formerly 'hot stocks in cold storage' for at least now. Rebounds will occur of course, just as expected late Monday or during part of Tuesday's session.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Sept. 21
Stocks fly around in turbulence - partially related to Quarterly Expiration, while also leaving investors in doubt about near-term stability prospects.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, Sept. 16
Consolidated dynamics would be a way to describe the choppy action dominating Tuesday's behavior, which was mostly static. Plus mild late defensiveness, all ahead of tomorrow's FOMC 'perspective'.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Sept. 15
Aside the political risks that are extremely variable (or just uncertainty) there's overly bullish views that 'bear markets are prohibited by the new generation' (nonsense), but if you factor in Fed policy, you get an argument of it being delayed.
Market Briefing For Monday, Sept. 14
A sort of unique 'fragility' persists in this market; which has never had such a narrow leadership group on which to rest the next move by the S&P.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, September 10
Institutional biases - contributed to the strength of a projected Wednesday rebound after the 3 day decline.The institutions dominated the 'narrow universe' of gainers for some time and they generally use very similar algorithms.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, September 9
S&P and big-cap-led Nasdaq continue cratering, not helped by the Apple hit, but particularly NDX, as the oft-warned about situation with Tesla unwinds.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Sept. 8
S&P 'overshoots' - triggered great caution by us going into September, which was affirmed early last, week when the Index moved over the 'standard deviation bands' upper levels, which was just a variation of warning of unsustainable upside.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, September 3
S&P picks-up steam - despite 'nominal retreats by a couple key super-cap leaders. Behind the scenes, a lot of defensive action in small-caps, beyond biotech or former vaccine candidates.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, September 2
The propensity of intensity - is amazing in the overly-exploited super-cap stocks. I realize we've addressed this behavior frequently, and it has been a proper backdrop to 'not fight the trend' and 'not fight the Fed'.
E Market Briefing For Monday, Aug. 31
This continues our case for continued erratic behavior (rotating on news too); but not catastrophe, even if you get a shakeout of juggernauts along the way.
E Market Briefing For Friday, August 28
Growth trends are slow, though they look better 'relative' to where the economy has recently been.
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