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Yesterday Bloomberg commented about the propensity of ETFs to go long technology and short energy, a trade that I had rhetorically commented appeared to be occurring. As noted several weeks ago the capitalization of Apple is greater than the ...

It is widely accepted the markets are entirely dominated by the largest capitalized names. It is also almost unanimously known that five companies comprise that greatest percentage of the S & P 500 in history. Data clearly indicates that ...

FRB Chair’s testimony was largely as expected. Powell stated that the Committee is monitoring the coronavirus, signaling it out among risks threatening the economy. The Chairman characterized the economy “as strong,” inflation is “trending to goal,” and the labor market as ...

FRB Chair Powell testifies to Congress about the state of the economy. I am certain he will discuss the coronavirus and its possible implications. Perhaps the safest comment to make is no one knows the outcome and there is not a shortage of...

Will tomorrow’s BLS labor report confirm the incredible strength in the ADP Private Employment Survey? ADP indicated that in January private employers added the greatest number of workers since May 2015. The data was almost ...

Several times I have referenced at 2015 interview with Amazon’s Jeff Bezos where he commented that algorithms could be written to manipulate/influence stock prices but “this of course would be illegal.” ...

Chinese shares ended its brutal selloff today ending about 1.50% higher. Monday 90% of securities listed on the Chinese exchanges dropped the maximum amount allowed in one day. One trader commented “this was ...

I think there is little disagreement that three of the four mega capitalized technology companies that posted profits last week exceeded expectation. One pundit sounded like Ross Perot when he exclaimed “there is a giant sucking sound” ...