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Markets were bifurcated on the re nomination of Fed Chair Powell. It is widely assumed he will not alter the path of ...

To where are we going? Only history can answer this question but history can offer some precedence....

Stronger than expected earnings initially boosted sentiment amid lingering concerns about inflation growth. Equities however could not ...

Inflation expectations as measured by the five-year Treasury breakeven rate are at a two-decade high topping the upper limit of the Fed’s inflation limit of 3.0%. All should be focused on ...

There is a plethora of explanations for recent equity weakness; tapering, resurgent virus worries, rising wages, inflation, supply bottlenecks, option expiration....

Last week I discussed the lack of breadth in the markets. Only 48% of the S & P 500 is trading above its 50-day moving average. The last time less than half of the ...

Welcome to June. It is widely accepted interest rates are the primary determinate of asset valuations. Treasury yields fell in May and the high growth tech names declined the most since ...

There was little reaction to the nominally higher than expected reading for March’s CPI. Consumer prices climbed the most since 2012. The FRB Chair has emphatically stated such increases are ...