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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....

Equities were relatively quiet as all mulled how the spread of coronavirus beyond China will affect earnings. Nominal selling, focused in the technologies, commenced late morning sending averages down between 0.5% and 0.75%. ...

Equities were relatively quiet as the euphoria over a partially completed trade deal began to fade. Economic data continued to be stronger than expected including pivotal housing data that stated permits rose to a 12 year high. More over the number of October’s...

As largely expected the Fed left interest rates unchanged and signaled it would keep them on hold through 2020 amid a solid economy. The vote was unanimous, the first since May. ...

An argument can be made the proverbial buy on rumor and sell on fact phenomena could occur following the agreement of any trade deal. Yesterday the “New NAFTA” was agreed upon and the markets had little reaction. Can we make the assumption that ...

Wow! The jobs data was a complete blow out. November’s payrolls climbed the most since January. October’s statistics were revised higher. The increase in wages is now at a cycle high. Yes the labor participation rate did decrease by 0.1%...

Stocks edged lower as all weighed the chances that the US will scrap a tariff hike on Chinese goods scheduled for December 15. Treasuries also dropped in price as jobless claims fell to a seven month low. ...

Equities advanced and bonds fell on speculation the US and China will reach a deal that avoids tariffs due to take hold in 11 days. The advance/decline almost reverses the prior day gyration. ...

Equities came under pressure, the result of trade fears and disappointing factory data. Treasuries also declined in price, the inverse of what was expected to yesterday’s events. Oil on the other hand ...

Last year at this juncture the 10-year was yielding around 3.25% and consensus was expecting the 10-year Treasury to broach 4% sometime in 2019 as the Fed continued with its anticipated tightening cycle of an additional 50-75 basis points. In reality the 10-year fell ...