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Midterms and Trade Tensions

The relentless selling in October is behind us, but November has maintained the volatile price action. The most expensive and perhaps contentious midterm elections are over. It was a split decision. Naturally, both political parties…
November 9, 2018
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Market Shaking Continues

The October shakeout continued this week. Investor psychology has been pushed, tested and stretched. Stocks got beat up. There were some signs of capitulation this week, where investors panicked and couldn’t take it anymore. Relentless…
October 26, 2018
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October Shakeout

The recent price action has shaken investor psyche and has many wondering whether this Bull Market is already over. We still think there are higher levels to be had for the S&P and DOW after…
October 19, 2018
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The Chase is on

This continues to be a remarkable Bull run. Fresh, all-time highs were reached for the S&P and the DOW this week. Of significance, leadership has changed. Financials and Industrials took off while Tech, the top…
September 21, 2018
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The Day Capitalism Cracked

10 years ago today, on a Sunday evening, word leaked out that Lehman Brothers failed and that it would file bankruptcy first thing Monday morning. In addition, it was announced that Merrill Lynch was being…
September 14, 2018
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It Must Be September

Hello September. You always make things interesting for investors. In seasonal fashion, the Market trend reversed sharply since Labor Day. It was a rather tumultuous week for investors. September is historically the worst month for…
September 7, 2018
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The Dog Days of Summer

The Dog Days of Summer in the United States are nearing the end. The Dog Days are generally referred to as the period in August when people are in vacation mode and seek the coast…
August 31, 2018
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Fast Moving Market

This was an explosive week for stocks; Especially for August. Volatility returned with a vengeance. August is always thinly traded, since it's generally vacation time around the country, so the low volume definitely contributed to…
August 17, 2018