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The headlines are stating corona virus cases are “surging.” As stated yesterday, nationwide cases are rising 0.9% on a seven-day average versus 1.0% registered one week ago. Testing however is...

Value and small stock cap stocks outperformed for the second consecutive day as the reopening appears to be gaining momentum. Several times over the past 24 months value...

The economic reality of the coronavirus is now upon us. A large minority are now overtly questioning whether or not the draconian actions that have decimated the economy is worth it based upon...

Government is stating they are listening to the experts as to determine when the economy will reopen. In my view the experts have been completely wrong. The experts—aka the March 12

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Weekly jobless claims were lower than anticipated…5.24 million versus the estimate of 5.5 million.  Moreover, much to the surprise of many, last week’s claims number of 6.6 million had

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There is “cautious optimism” that parts of the economy can reopen by May as the US is stabilizing as per the CDC. Moreover, there are over 70 vaccines in progress with three being tested in human trials.

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All markets surged yesterday on the tentative passage of the stimulus.  As I have stated, I am wondering whether the cost is worse than the disease.  As noted yesterday, the global economic cost is around $120 trillion.

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A Bloomberg headline read “A Volatility Doom Loop May Be Taking Hold In US Markets.” The article cited “unnamed SEC officials” talking about the issue of risk parity funds and high volatility funds reinforcing this negative loop amplified by low liquidity.

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