Prediction #8 – The U.S. 10 Treasury Yield Falls to 2.3% in 2019. Yes, it may sound crazy, but it doesn’t mean it can’t happen.
Where will the stock market go for the week of November 26? We give you 11 monster prediction to get your week started.
Stocks continue to sink and sounding the alarm. But it seems no one is listening. Plus we run through the daily list of stocks.
It has been evident why stocks are dropping, and it is a revolt against the Fed and its tightening policy of raising rates to “neutral.”
Bank stocks may have further to fall as CPI and PPI showed that inflation rates are slowing and that means yields on the long-end of the curve may be due to drop.
The markets are moving fast with the NASDAQ falling by 5% this week from peak to trough. But eight signs suggest the worst is over
The Fed just told us that inflation should remain in check, and that is bullish for stocks
3-month US Dollar Libor may be sending a startling message about the future of Fed rate hikes.
Some investors are living in fantasy land when it comes to inflation fears.
The bullish narrative in stocks is simply to hard to ignore, while fears of rampant inflation and soaring rates are that of fantasy and not reality.
The Stock Markets Rise May First Be Starting – Daily Run Down June 5 Well, the Nasdaq closed at another record high and took out its old intraday high from back in the middle of March. It is surely feeling different these days, isn’t it? It is like all the doom and gloom just melted … Read more
Italeave Is Back as Banks and Yields Are Crushed, Sector Rotation Is On! I have no idea how the Italians are going to vote when they hold their snap elections, nor do I intend to learn too much about it, it is not even clear when they will be, except that it may be months … Read more
With earnings starting to wind down, it is becoming quite clear that this has been one of the best earnings seasons in years! With nearly 81 percent of companies in the S&P 500 reporting results through May 3, almost 77.5 percent have beat earnings estimates, while almost 17 percent have missed, and 5.6 percent have met. I … Read more
Why The S&P 500 Will Rise To 3,000, and The Fed Has Only One More Hike The S&P 500 may be nearing a pretty big breakout soon. The chart of the S&P 500 looks like a giant ascending triangle, and the breakout would likely occur sometime before the end of May. Basically, at this point, … Read more
Facebook Is Getting The Attention But You Should Be Watching The Fed Facebook is still center stage, and it is likely to remain that way. The good news, the stock found a bounce today, around $162.50. But do not be fooled the stock is still problematic because it is hard to predict what comes next. … Read more
Why Rising Rates May Not Have Caused The Stock Markets Decline The stock market snapped back in a big way this past week. I think for the most part it seems to put to rest the narrative that higher interest rates and inflation worries were driving stock prices lower. The week saw two inflation readings … Read more
3 Stocks To Watch, And Why The Rising Yield Story Is Overblown The focus this week will undoubtedly be on yields, with the 10-year Treasury rates climbing to over 2.8 percent this past week. Since the market is so obsessed with yields, let’s talk about yields and be smart about it. Plus we cover 3 … Read more
Examining Micron, Roku, Intel Trading, Plus Dollar, Rates About To Surge It looks likes the S&P 500 is gearing up for its next run higher, with just a few days left in the year. The S&P 500 has been able to fill the gap, and could now make that push over 2,700. [vc_row css_animation=”” row_type=”row” use_row_as_full_screen_section=”no” … Read more
Banks The calendar is heating up this month, and just because it is summertime doesn’t mean the market stops either. This week kicks off earnings, and we get some key inflation data at the end of the week as well. The earnings kick-off with JP Morgan (JPM), Citigroup (C), PNC Financial (PNC), and Wells Fargo (WFC) … Read more