To write the incredibly obvious portfolio performance has suffered if one does not own the mega sized technology concerns. Bloomberg writes financial and energy stocks, once dominant in the S & P 500, are ...

There has been little attention focused upon Apple’s 20% or $500 billion decline from its September 2 high, perhaps the result the company is trading around its August 1 levels. Apple is still ...

I regard confidence surveys as the “ultimate feedback indictor,” defined as they tell us where we have been not to where we are going. However, with the above written, I think September’s University of Michigan Consumer Confidence data was very ...

In my view the FOMC meeting was largely a nonevent. The Fed left interest rates near zero and signaled it would leave them there through at least 2023. The Committee stated ...

One could not have envisioned 2020. Many are now recognizing the massive amount of monies that are concentrated in a few names, perhaps the result that every trade other than indexing has ...

Core consumer prices rose considerably more than expected in August, a rise principally due to a 5.4% surge in used car prices. Such an increase is unusual this early in the...

The indices fell anywhere between 1.50% and 2.0% reversing earlier gains. A Bloomberg headline read “The Volatility is about the Index, Not Single Stocks,” a verbiage that...

The NASDAQ 100 rebounded about 2.9% following a three-day 11% rout. As widely discussed the move from March’s low is perhaps the most imbalanced in history and the ...