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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 ...

Tonight is the fourth Democratic debate cohosted by CNN and the New York Times. I do not think it is a political statement to make the current slate of candidates is the furthest left ever fielded. ...

How will September’s jobs data be interpreted? Until this week, the data was consistently surprising on the upside suggesting an economy expanding around a 2.5% to 2.75% pace. However earlier in the week both the ISM Manufacturing Index and the ISM Non-manufacturing Index...

Equities edged higher, helped by fresh stimulus from the ECB, amid mixed signals on whether the Trump administration and China are closer to a trade deal. ...

Within five minutes yesterday Bloomberg posted two headlines. The first was “Assets in passive mutual funds now exceed assets in active managed mutual funds.” The second headline was value/small caps are again outperforming momentum for the third consecutive day ...

Two consistent themes of these remarks is the discrepancy between value and growth stocks and the lack of liquidity. In many regards I believe they are connected. Commenting about value stocks, Bloomberg wrote yesterday the last time value shares were ...

There is an old market axiom that the markets can remain irrational longer than one can remain solvent. Bank of America commented yesterday that today’s market is the most crowded trade in history. The environment is groupthink on ...