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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 ...

The St. Louis Fed stated yesterday “the US labor market has continued to heal at a relatively rapid rate through early June, making up almost half of the decline that was recorded in ...

Equities led by energy and the financials climbed to a fifteen-week high on reopening optimism. Several times I have commented about he massive surge in M-2 and gargantuan stimulus stating ...

Approximately 17 million jobs have been lost via the government mandated shutdown of the economy and society. There is a distinct probability by Thursday more jobs would be lost in the last four weeks than created since 2001. 

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What makes today different is the speed of the unrelenting decline where a liquidity issue is perhaps morphing into a solvency issue.  The Federal Reserve threw everything in including the kitchen sink to perhaps to no avail.

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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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At the time of this writing, S & P 500 futures hit limit down for the second time in a week. Last night’s mega sized neutron Federal Reserve bombing of the markets had little impact. All are attempting to digest the ceaseless ...