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4 Catalysts That Can Push Stocks Higher In November - A Weekly Podcast
In this week's podcast, we review earnings, valuations, and 4 catalysts that can push stocks higher in November.

4 Catalysts That Can Push Stocks Higher In November – A Weekly Podcast

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October 19

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Premium content from Reading The Markets This Week:

Sector Performance

perforamance of each sector in the S&P 500

Yield Curve

the yield curve is normalizing

Earnings

Number of companies beating, missing, and meeting earnings expectations
Data from S&P Dow Jones

S&P 500 Valuation

pe ratios of the S&P 500

S&P 500

S&P 500 chart

NASDAQ

NASDAQ, IXIC

A Massive Stock Market Break Out May Be Near If History Proves Correct – Investing.com article

Dollar

the a chart of the uS Dollar

US 10-Year vs. German 10-Year – The Strong Dollar’s Days May Be Numbered – Investing.com Article

Prediction #8 – The U.S. 10 Year Treasury Yield Falls to 2.3% in 2019

Have a great Saturday!

-Mike

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