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September Begins Down

Week of September 9, 2019

It is obvious that Chinese President Xi’s goal – to dominate five industries by 2025 – may not come true as companies outsourced to Indonesia, Malaysia, and other nations disrupt China’s trade dominance. I would not be surprised if we see a late-year signed trade agreement in which both sides say they “won.

September Begins Down, but Ends Up Nearly 2% in Week 1 by Louis Navellier September 10, 2019 Even though the stock market initially stumbled last week, like any good bull market, every dip is seen as a good buying opportunity. Both the S&P 500

and NASDAQ gained 1.8% last week. When the market was volatile, I was online with an explanation why. Here are links to my Tuesday and Thursday podcasts. As I discussed on the Tuesday podcast, I expect energy prices to decline in September due to… Read More

Super-Low Rates

Week of September 2, 2019

The interest rate environment remains more bullish than ever for stocks! Last week, the market celebrated the lowest 30-year Treasury bond yield in over a decade as the S&P 500’s dividend yield rose above the 30-year Treasury bond yield, an event that hasn’t happened since 2009, when a massive 10-year bull market began!

Super-Low Rates Give Stocks a Superb Comparative Advantage by Louis Navellier September 4, 2019 The interest rate environment remains more bullish than ever for the stock market!  Last week, the stock market celebrated the lowest 30-year Treasury

bond yield in over a decade as the S&P 500’s dividend yield rose above the 30-year Treasury bond yield, an event that hasn’t happened since 2009, when a massive 10-year bull market rally began!  Since the Fed is carefully monitoring global… Read More

Trump Torpedoes Market Recovery

Week of August 26, 2019

The S&P was up 1.2% last week before Friday’s -2.64% sell-off (matched by a 623-point Dow decline). A big reason for this volatility during the ‘dog days of summer’ is that much of Europe and New York is on vacation. Even central bankers go on vacation – in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

President Trump Torpedoes Last Week’s Market Recovery by Louis Navellier August 27, 2019 The S&P was up 1.2% last week before Friday’s -2.64% sell-off (matched by a 623-point Dow decline). A big reason for this volatility during the “dog days of

summer” is that much of Europe and New York City is on vacation. Even central bankers go on vacation – up at Jackson Hole, Wyoming in the annual Kansas City Fed conference that started on Thursday. In his speech in the Grand Tetons, Fed Chairman… Read More

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