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The FOMC meeting was largely a nonevent. There was no change in interest rates and made no change to asset purchases. The Committee essentially reiterated the prior meeting statement of ...

Bloomberg writes all the physical assets owned by all the companies in the S & P 500, all the cars and office building and factories and merchandise, if sold would generate less than ...

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 ...

The volatility in the markets is deafening. Stocks rose yesterday on stimulus hopes and the outcome of Super Tuesday. At the same time, 10-year Treasury yields fell below 1% and the dollar rose as all are waiting for other top economies to follow the Fed’s...

Will change ever occur? Value is continuing to trade at multigenerational lows as compared to growth. The 30-year Treasury yield is at an all-time low. Mega sized technology companies are still surging regardless of the daunting issues that they may be facing....

It is widely accepted the markets are entirely dominated by the largest capitalized names. It is also almost unanimously known that five companies comprise that greatest percentage of the S & P 500 in history. Data clearly indicates that ...

I think there is little disagreement that three of the four mega capitalized technology companies that posted profits last week exceeded expectation. One pundit sounded like Ross Perot when he exclaimed “there is a giant sucking sound” ...

Yesterday I commented about the massive outperformance of technology which started in earnest in 2016. According to Bloomberg the ten years of tech outperformance is the longest stretch in history with concentrations exceeding the manic 2000 apex. ...

In my view the opinions on Wall Street are either extremely bullish or bearish. The bullish camp contends technology shares will continue their exponential rise. Bloomberg writes Apple and Microsoft contributed about 35% to the Dow’s 2019 gains. As written several weeks...