The market theme during the past few weeks has been the fade of the Trump trade.
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The market has suffered through a few down days over the last week, but after Monday’s sharply lower opening it has quickly snapped back, even turning green by mid-afternoon.
We all know there has been a proliferation of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) that have sliced and diced the market into ever finer segments without actually adding value. But here comes a new product I can embrace as a true …
The S&P 500 Index’s record 109 day run without 1% decline was broken yesterday. It’s causing hand wringing and top calling bell ringing.
Rotation among sectors has been the hallmark of the stock market and that has been especially true since the election.
One of the few concrete metrics the bears, the few that are left, have been pointing to current valuations as becoming excessive and will eventually necessitate a stock market correction.
More surprising than the powerful rally stocks have enjoyed since Trump was elected has been the incredible contraction in volatility.
I’ve been reading Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas and came to part me I thought worth sharing.
There are there is a history of doom and gloomers from Elaine M. Garzarelli who called the 1987 Black Monday, or Nouriel Roubini, who predicted the housing bubble, who have milked one correct call into a long and lucrative career.
Two weeks ago Warren Buffett gave interview on CNBC and gave his usual long term bullish outlook for the stock market and the U.S. in general.