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There has been little attention focused upon Apple’s 20% or $500 billion decline from its September 2 high, perhaps the result the company is trading around its August 1 levels. Apple is still ...

The comparisons back to 2000 are increasing daily. A major difference between today and yesterday is the massive concentration of wealth in just a few names. The pressure to...

I do not think it is an understatement to write the next two months might be one of the most contentious Presidential election season in decades. Drama will be great as COVID is the ...

Gold is around an all time high. Some might ask why? Simplistically speaking, the government is hell bent to increase the deficit to levels as a percentage of GDP last experienced at ...

Technology companies comprise a record 23% of the S & P 500. However, a strong argument can be made that tech comprises over 50% of this marquee average if the descriptive nomenclature is ...

Long dated Treasury yields are falling at a faster pace than in the beginning of the 2008 financial crisis. Bloomberg writes the 10 year Treasury is near the most overbought territory since 1998. The last two time Treasuries were so overbought was ...

Yesterday a SEC official warned that passive investing may pose a threat to investors as many may be complacent about the inherent risks involved.  Warren Buffet once quipped if one cannot withstand a 40%-45% loss, that person...

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...

Where to?  During the last 45 days it appears everything is going wrong at once.  Commodities led by a record plunge in oil, have been crushed.  In equities, the FAANG complex is down about 25%.  Debt markets have been rattled by the turmoil engulfing GE...