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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 Monday, June 24
On the back of a compliant Fed that pushed any rate cut just a month forward (very much as suspected); and now restive apprehension about what comes next in the Persian Gulf; the market remains ... stable.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, June 19
Risk adheres to the Persian Gulf, more so than to what the Fed says or China deal negotiating.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, June 18
There is no change in our view of a Fed jittery about economic sluggishness that we've forewarned coming for over a year now.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 17
A brief attempt at correlating Father's Day with the Nation's role in postwar globalism and multinational stability; as we approach a tricky two weeks for markets.
E Market Briefing For Friday, June 14
Discretion is the better part of valor; and there is no compelling reason to buy big stocks, in general, with everything looming.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, June 12
Progress at G20; a Fed rate cut; and/or a China deal - all are capable of thrusting S&P higher, but unlikely sustainably.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 10
Monday will be sensitive to Mexican trade arrangements (or lack of). Overall the short-term can run into resistance; but so far acting very solid beyond of course a significant short-covering rout.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, June 6
Investors won't find a 'Holy Grail' answer, almost regardless of some of the news headlines that emerge.
E Market Briefing For Monday, June 3
The Mexican tariff threat (and it's broader in scope than China) is more an economic than a market catalyst for now. This new disruption in the Force does compel earnings revisions and head-scratching regarding Mexico.
E Market Briefing For Friday, May 31
Holy Guacamole... here we go again; Tariff-Man 'tweets' policies.
E Market Briefing For Tuesday, May 28
The new week should see selling and then a little short-covering squall; but nothing sustainable before we head lower; barring some positive news.
E Market Briefing For Thursday, May 23
There is not enough cushion for companies (retail included) to absorb heavy tariffs because of the lack of sufficient time to really diversify away from the Chinese supply-chain dependency.
E Market Briefing For Monday, May 20
Tensions on the tape relate to the Middle East and oscillating (and thus tricky to trade) swings related to China's on-and-off negotiating stance.
E Market Briefing For Monday, May 13
China could rattle sabers a bit by selling Treasuries, as they are one of the largest holders.
E Market Briefing For Monday, May 6
Why is 2019 different? It's emerging from a year of 'pretend prosperity' and is the tail-end of recessionary conditions, and ahead of an election year.
E Market Briefing For Wednesday, May 1
Eleven weeks of crude builds have been offset by global tensions.VIX resists dipping even as S&P lifts. A light precautionary tone.
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