Weighing the Week Ahead: What Determines the Agenda for Investment News?

The economic calendar is one of the lightest, and a long holiday weekend impends. How will this news vacuum be filled? Probably with celebrity news, following the latest tweets, analyzing any new Democrats running for President, and interviews with B-level guests. Rather than guessing which of these will dominate – an exercise in futility – […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: Stalemate?

The economic calendar has plenty of important data. Fed speakers will be on the circuit. There is plenty of political and geopolitical news. On all of these fronts we see a stalemate. (Learn more about stalemate tricks from Grandmaster and PhD mathematician Karsten Müller) The financial punditry will ask: What does political stalemate mean for […]

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Weighing the Week Ahead: What Will Q1 Earnings Reveal About Economic Strength?

The economic calendar is normal and includes some important reports. Despite this, the data will be overshadowed by Q1 earnings reports. With opinion sharply divided on future economic prospects, many will want to know how companies are doing and what their leaders think. They will be asking: What will Q1 earnings tell us about the […]

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