Weighing the Week Ahead: Has the Market Rotation Begun?

We have normal week for economic data, and a big week for earnings reports. The last Presidential debate will grab headlines. We have been monitoring these factors for weeks, but something new is showing up in the data. Let’s call it a “stealth rotation” from bonds to stocks and from bond substitutes to less favored […]

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Stock Exchange: BBD, TAN, FSLR, APD, and AAP All Deserve Consideration

Technical stock analysts are a rich source of new stock ideas. Those charts always suggesting something. Our trading models each specialize in a different time frame and level of risk. Each week Felix and Oscar host a poker game. We listen in on current trading ideas in the few minutes beforehand. They like to call […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: Will Election News Change the Course of Markets?

The calendar has a lot of data, but the FOMC meeting is over. The market waits for the next big event. We will soon have another jobs report, but Monday’s presidential debate overshadows the other news. The news cycles this week will be all about the election, and the financial press will be no different. […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: Should We Fear the Fed?

The calendar has little important data. Friday’s sharp selling was widely attributed to the fear of a Fed rate hike in September. Is it time? Should we fear the Fed? Last Week There was not much news, and it was another mixed picture. Theme Recap In my last WTWA, I predicted a continuing discussion of […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: Should We Expect September Mourning?

The abbreviated week’s calendar has little important data. The economic news last week leaves open the timing of the next interest rate increase. As vacationing market participants yawn their way back to their desks and trading floors, what will be the focus? A look at the calendar and the end of summer will have them […]

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