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Jeff Miller

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Jeff Miller's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Jeff Miller's articles, including current analysis & opinion.

The upcoming calendar has plenty of data in a holiday-shortened week. There could be OPEC or Black Friday news. In spite of this avalanche of information, I expect commentators to look for an ...
The upcoming calendar provides a mixed brew of inflation data, Fed news, and continuing world crises. Adding the recent daily focus on energy prices and skepticism about stocks leads to the likely ...
This coming week, the calendar is dealing us a light week for economic news and data. This usually opens the field for Pundits on Parade! With markets at fresh highs and the calendar winding down, I ...
We have a jam-packed week of earnings data, important economic news, and the mid-term elections. Surely one of these topics should be the market theme for the upcoming week. But old habits die hard. I...
Was that the bottom? Nearly everyone is trying to time the market, so the financial media will focus on remaining risk versus signals of a bottom. We have a little economic news next week, but plenty ...
Preamble – Parody never seems to work on the Internet. People do not want help in thinking. They want conclusions. They also do not have the patience to read to the end. Despite these facts, it is a...
Last week featured a low signal to noise ratio – speech after speech, but little fresh information. This week heralds the start of earnings season. While we have a normal measure of government data, ...
Last week was all about data. This week will be the opposite. The calendar already dished up the big news, and the major earnings reports are still a week away. Meanwhile, we have more conferences and...
Employment week always generates a strong economic focus. Because it falls on an early calendar day this month, we also have an avalanche of other economic reports. This week will emphasize the ...
Can you beat the market? If you think so, you must not believe in the efficient market hypothesis.  Join Warren Buffett, who has famously stated that he would be standing on a corner selling pencils ...