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FRB Chair Powell is adamant inflation is “transitory,” that current generational high prints for the inflation statistics are “one and done.” It appears the only group that believes this perspective is the Fed itself and ...

Change is the only certainty. BlackRock stated yesterday that its “monster” $16 billion momentum factor fund will see “an astounding” 68% of its portfolio change in order to ...

Equites were mixed Friday as long dated Treasuries stabilized. Quadruple witching hour was a none event, perhaps the result that many positions were already unwound. The prevailing and driving narrative has ...

Equities surged on bets global central banks will act in the immediacy and in concert to mitigate the economic impact from the spreading coronavirus. Tech shares—the issues that have the greatest risk to supply chain disruptions—led gains. Oil also ...

Reading yesterday’s headlines one can make a conclusion that an end of an era could be at hand. One major headline read “We Missed the Exit: Banks step up Call to End Negative Interest Rates.” A group of money center European banks are asking the...

Markets were relatively quiet as two mega sized financials posted disappointing results. Many are beginning to write the current advance is “looking tired.” Will earnings rejuvenate the averages? Several high profile companies report this week including ...

According to FISUM, Vanguard, Blackrock and State Street are the largest holders of 88% of S & P 500 companies. Wow! The potential influence that these companies can exert upon markets and corporations is incredible. Several times I have opined the next financial crisis could...