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In my view the market had little reaction to what Bloomberg writes “is the most significant monopoly case filed in the US in perhaps 100 years.” The US Justice Department is poised to...

How angry is society? Are the riots short term events? Perhaps the only definitive statement to make is if jobs do not return, if the 50 million Americans who have lost their jobs since March are ...

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...

Many times I have commented about the narrowness of the market. Bloomberg quantified this lack of breadth on Friday. The newswire stated Thursday was the third time this year that the number of decliners was least 400 more than gainers when the NASDAQ...

Equities fell for a myriad of reasons. Technology stocks just posted their best six day stretch in 7 ½ years—up nearly 9%--fell about 1.5%. The reasons for the decline varied but a major catalyst were reports that Facebook was aware of privacy issues, did...

The FOMC said it will be “patient” on any future interest rate moves and signaled flexibility on the path for reducing its balance sheet, a substantial pivot away from its bias just last month towards higher borrowing costs....

Is the 10 year run in the NASDAQ/techs over?  Will such an ending also coincide with the peak in passive/index investing? In my view the issue at hand is the relentless drive to reduce costs by eliminating the middle man via indexing that it in itself...

Many times I have commented about the massive proliferation of passive investing and how it is impacting trading mechanics.  According to the Index Industry Association, benchmarking giants like S & P Global Inc., MSCI Inc., and the London Stock Exchange Group PLC, has created 438,000...