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Brian Gilmartin

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Brian Gilmartin's Opinion & Analysis
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Watching futures as the morning unfolded on the first day of June, it was nice to see a strong rally developing across the equity markets, and then less exciting to see the late morning fade and the...
This part II took a longer time coming than what was originally planned, so thanks for waiting. Part I of “Uncorrelated Assets” was written three weeks ago here. While a better title could...
Here are two tables posted by Howard Silverblatt, Senior Index Analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices, who publishes great S&P 500 data every week, and he is largely under the radar. In the top half of the...
This daily chart of Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) shows the stock testing it’s 200-day moving and the uptrend line off the March, 2020 lows. If there is a tech chart (actually Amazon is the largest weighting...
Let’s go through the tables quickly:EPS and revenue growth rate revisions Data source: IBES by Refinitiv Note that Q2 ’21 “expected” for the S&P 500 has risen from 16% on Dec.31 ’20 to 52% as of...
Data Source: Morningstar For the first time really since 2016, “Value” stocks are outperforming “Growth” by a material margin. The value outperformance on the S&P 500 really started around Election...
Starting out with the standard table showing 2021 S&P 500 EPS and revenue revisions, we should probably expect a slowing in the growth rates maybe starting next week, since the unofficial earnings...
Channeling my inner Harry Markowitz, (that’s a joke by the way, referencing the seminal mean–variance work Markowitz did at the University of Chicago in the late 1950’s), one of the...
Data Source: IBES data by Refinitiv Updating this one graph every week, it’s truly hard to underestimate the strength of S&P 500 EPS and revenue. Note the S&P 500 “expected” revenue growth rate...
Some quick stats: As the headline says, the Q1 ’21 S&P 500 expected EPS growth rate is now 46.3%; Q2 ’21 expected S&P 500 EPS growth rate is 60%, which will be the easiest comp versus 2020; This same...