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Jani Ziedins

Joined: May 12, 2015
  • Analysis & Opinion

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

The S&P 500 started the week off well enough, notching a 1.9% gain following the longest weekly losing streak in 70 years. As bad as every stock chart looks right now, that is exactly why we should be...
The S&P 500 crashed 4% Wednesday in the biggest loss since 2020. The weekly losses were partially offset by Tuesday’s nice 2% pop, but no matter how we try to rationalize it, -4% is a horrific day any...
The S&P 500 added 2% Tuesday and finds itself more than 200 points above Thursday’s intraday lows. Not bad, not bad at all. Blink and you missed a great trade. But that was always going to be the...
The S&P 500 finished Friday up 2.4%, the first meaningful gain in nearly two weeks and the first strong Friday close since March’s big rebound. There were no meaningful headlines driving Friday’s...
The S&P 500 finished Thursday mostly where it started. While the final result sounds fairly innocuous, getting there was anything but a smooth ride. In mid-afternoon trade, the index was down as much...
The S&P 500 crashed 3.2% Monday, closing under 4k for the first time in over a year. But this isn’t a surprise, as I wrote last week: Failing to do anything with the biggest up-day in two years is not...
I often say the market loves symmetry, but holy cow, I did not expect Thursday to turn into a mirror image of Wednesday’s huge pop. But that’s exactly what we got, 3% up followed by 3.6% down. Add...
Monday evening I wrote the aptly titled post, “Why I’m not giving up and neither should you.” In it I said: Everyone knows markets move in waves, yet people always forget this very simple fact in the...
Everything looked promising for the S&P 500 when it retook 4,300 last Thursday afternoon. Unfortunately, that was as good as it got and it was all downhill from there. The index entered a death spiral...
The market giveth, and the market taketh away. The S&P 500’s huge rebound on Thursday was swallowed by an even larger collapse Friday. Friday’s -3.6% implosion was the biggest single-day loss since...