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Last week the S & P 500 staged a rebound from a steep selloff that drove the market to near oversold levels. The index almost erased its ...

Covid in China, war in Europe and changing perceptions about the invincibility and massive ownership of Big Tech companies are ...

Yesterday was the inverse of the preceding day. Value out performed growth perhaps the result of consumer confidence data and the greatest jump in housing prices in more than...

As noted many times inflation is a two-part phenomenon…too much money chasing to few goods fearing higher prices tomorrow. It is monetary and ...

Equities were mixed. Technology was modestly lower while the industrials modestly higher. The inflation debate is front and center. In my view this is one of the few times the ...

Today is Monday October 19 a date I vividly recall. Thirty-three years ago, and after only six months in the business, the Dow plummeted 22%, the largest one-day percentage drop in history. I am a ...

Welcome to the second half of 2020. During the first six months, the markets were faced with an impeachment, a pandemic, an economic calamity, civil unrest and perhaps the commencement of ...

Equities were spooked by a resurgence in new virus infections, a rise that has slowed the reopening in several states. The markets were also frightened by the Federal Reserve dictum of ...