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Jeff Miller has been a partner in NewArc Investments since 1997, managing investment partnerships and individual accounts. Jeff is a registered investment advisor, and portfolio manager for NewArc's investment programs. He has worked for market makers at ... more


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Weighing The Week Ahead: Will The Fed Hint At A New Course?
With a light economic calendar including a lot of old data and an FOMC meeting, the choice of focus for pundits is obvious. They will be asking: Will the Fed hint at a new course?
Stock Exchange: Is The Market’s Momentum Back?
Not surprisingly, the top US momentum ETF recently suffered huge outflows as our raging bull market turned bearish in the fourth quarter, as shown in the following chart...
Weighing The Week Ahead: Will Slowing Chinese Growth Spark A Global Recession?
We have a big economic calendar with reporting catching up from a government shutdown. Inflation data, small business and consumer confidence, and retail sales lead the list. In addition to U.S. economic data, there's increasing concern about China.
Stock Exchange: Who Moved My Cheese?
As you may recall, Who Moved My Cheese was a popular business fable published in 1998 that remained on the New York Times business best seller list for almost 5 years. And there’s an important takeaway for traders to learn...
Weighing The Week Ahead: What Is “Baked Into” Current Market Prices?
Some important market worries have been avoided, at least for a time. I expect many to be asking: What assumptions are baked into current market prices?
Weighing The Week Ahead: Is There A New Message From The Markets?
This short week we'll get earnings reports from another 10% of SP 500 companies. I expect plenty of pure speculation about the state of the market. This commentary will have a broad theme, with pundits asking: is there a new message from the markets?
Stock Exchange: Where Do You Go For Trading Ideas?
With the sheer number of trading information sources available, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Just like it’s important to select a trading style that fits your needs, it’s also important to do the same with trading information sources.
Weighing The Week Ahead: Looking Beyond The Obviou
We have a small economic calendar, but another big week for earnings.
Weighing The Week Ahead: A Test Of Investing Acumen
We have a huge economic calendar, a Fed meeting, and the biggest week of earnings season. And don’t forget the geopolitical and domestic political issues. Can there really be a single theme for the week ahead?
Stock Exchange: Are You Trading Bear Momentum?
Until proven otherwise, and despite this year’s rebound, the broader market trend remains to the downside.
Weighing The Week Ahead: The Real-Time Economic Lesson Continues
Trade issues are paramount in the list of global economic concerns. There are many misunderstandings about the impacts of current trade policies as well as possible changes.
Weighing The Week Ahead: Will Corporate Earnings Results Change The Message Of The Markets?
It is a light economic calendar without any of the most important reports. The government shutdown will command increasing attention as long as it continues. Finally, there is some real competition in financial news – the start of earnings season.
Weighing The Week Ahead: Should We Worry About Indicators That Decline From A Peak?
How worried should we be about economic indicators declining from a peak? Some see this as a relatively normal decline from an overly exuberant pace of growth. Others see it as the first signal of imminent disaster. Let’s take a closer look.
Weighing The Week Ahead: A Blank Slate For The New Year?
We have another short week, a government shutdown as partisan lines are redrawn, and also some important new data. I expect many market participants to happily turn the calendar page, enjoying a blank slate for the New Year.
The Trepidation Trap
When markets decline, investors worry. When they decline sharply, investors get frightened. If selling is extreme, it leads to fear and trepidation.
Weighing The Week Ahead: What Is Your Course For Uncharted Waters?
We have a short week and one extremely light in scheduled news and economic data.
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