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Fed's Easy Money Policy Will Continue To Propel Markets Higher Next Year (SPY)
Indeed, she and other central bankers have bet an unlimited supply of credit in an attempt to reinvigorate GDP to low-but acceptable levels.
Is It Time To Hedge?
I mean, I don't know what to say about that other than what's clearly communicated in the chart title. Given that, and assuming you're not determined to keep your unrealized gains unrealized, you might want to at least consider stock replacement.
S&P 500 Volatility In 2017 Was The Lowest In History (SPY)
One way to measure just how smooth (or volatile) the market was is by looking at the readings of stock volatility expectations, in this case the S&P 500 Volatility Index, aka, the VIX. And based on VIX readings, 2017 was the least volatile year ever in ...
Surprisingly Strong Money Flows Begin In 2018 (SPY)
Also, trends (persistent money flow into/out-of a market) can continue longer than expected. We're always on guard for sudden reversals and we'll be watching for that in the week ahead.
High Yield Bond Spreads Just Hit A 10-Year Low, Should The S&P Care?
Technicals: Short-term price momentum is positive, we're within the historically positive pre-FOMC drift period, and monthly seasonality is a tailwind for the S&P. Sentiment: Retail investor AAII survey users are extremely bullish on the market, CBOE's ...
Out Too Far Over Our Skis
How epic the eventual wipeout depends in part on how high and long the flight. Today's stock market is a ripper. It registers daily gains like nobody's business and has become good that it simply cannot be taken down on the daily trading slopes anymore ...
A Stock Market 1st In 90 Years
The S&P 500 produced gains in 15 of 16 months with only a very modest -0.02% return in February 1959 breaking up what would be a record streak of gains.
The Money Train's Leaving... All Aboard
"Ideas are a dime a dozen. People who implement them are priceless." Mary Kay Ash. I recently wrote an article putting forth my views on 2018.
No One Really Knows What Tax Reforms Will Mean For The Markets (SPY)
It seems obvious that lower US corporate income tax rates would lead to higher net after-tax income for US companies, which would in turn boost the S&P 500 and other major market indexes. However, given the significant differences between companies ...
Here's My Biggest Worry For 2018
So I'm going to give you my riff on a year-ahead piece which, true to form, will not fit any mold. Long story short, I hope I'm proven wrong.