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The economic calendar is light and it is the start of the week-long Chinese New Year. This means some media time and space that must be filled. Needing an attention-getter, I expect the punditry to be...
[This post originally appeared on Seeking Alpha last week. I enjoy a wide following there, and I appreciate the opportunity to participate in their annual series. As I note at the beginning of the ...
Everyone following markets wants to see order, even if the data present only chaos. Humans reject random data, imposing explanations instead. They see patterns that reflect normal probabilities. They ...
Stocks once again made a sharp turnaround late in Wednesday’s session. The “mystery” rebound took the S&P 500 up 3.5% in about two days of trading. Despite the important economic...
Stocks managed a mid-day rebound from a 566-point decline in the DJIA. Among the suggested reasons was more help from central bankers. With a light economic calendar, I expect Fed speculation to ...
Stocks continued their worst start in history. With little sign of dip-buying and the start of earnings season last week, everyone will be wondering: Can earnings reports provide a floor for stocks? ...
Successful investors are modest. Overconfidence is dangerous. When I started writing this blog more than ten years ago, I did not think I was an expert on everything. My investment success had more to...
After the worst start in history for U.S. stocks, everyone will be searching for meaning. One S&P 500 strategy has worked for almost seven years, but what about now? Is it time to “buy the ...
News about the Chinese stock market has dominated the first week of 2016 trading. Headlines scream and experts explain. (The China experts look amazingly like the same people who were experts on ...
After two weeks of slow, holiday-shortened trading, the A-Teams will (gradually) get back to work. Despite the importance of the data on this week’s schedule, I expect a different sort of ...