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The increase in coronavirus cases is dominating headlines. Can I suggest the fight as to who first receives the vaccine becomes more explosive than the increase in cases and even more ...

Equities fell nominally as some are wary of escalation in tensions with Iran. Oil also declined believing that such any escalation will not impact supplies. Treasuries were essentially unchanged. ...

In my view the opinions on Wall Street are either extremely bullish or bearish. The bullish camp contends technology shares will continue their exponential rise. Bloomberg writes Apple and Microsoft contributed about 35% to the Dow’s 2019 gains. As written several weeks...

The VIX or a measurement of volatility (aka risk) has plunged. However as measured by other benchmarks, conviction is very low. Volume has been anemic. The CME stated it has become increasingly easy to exaggerate the price movement of almost any security, the...

Equities were mixed yesterday as the NASDAQ led by the technologies advanced and the Dow fell. Equity volume was muted. Treasury yields were relatively lower and oil rose after Saudi Arabia announced even deeper cuts and Venezuela is...

Apple posted results that narrowly beat the expectations set when Apple issued a rare earnings warning at the beginning of the month. However its outlook for the current quarter is regarded more disappointing than some were expecting. At the time of this writing shares are...

The NASDAQ fell about 0.50%% as Apple and Twitter vastly disappointed.   The S & P and Dow posted nominal advance, the result of rising crude and an uneventful Fed meeting.   If I wrote three months ago the typical stock would be up following a profit...

Equities staged a rebound to close virtually unchanged from over a 1.0% deficit following a statement from a Federal Reserve official that policy moves are not predetermined amid the recent market turmoil. The dollar weakened and oil fell....