Corporate Stock Buy-backs Rise 59% in First Quarter by Louis Navellier April 16, 2019 Even though the S&P 500 is off to its strongest start in almost a decade, Lipper reported that stock mutual funds had outflows of $39.1 billion in the first
quarter. Some of these outflows could have been attributable to ETFs capturing more market share, but another major reason for the market’s strength seems to be the fact that companies in the S&P 500 repurchased $227 billion of their outstanding… Read More
We’re Off to a Strong Start in April by Louis Navellier April 9, 2019 April is seasonally the third strongest month of the year, thanks in part to new pension contributions in conjunction with the April 15 tax deadline. The S&P 500 began April
with a 1.15% gain on Monday and a 2.06% gain for the first week of April. Our friends at Bespoke Investment Group pointed out that when the S&P 500 rises at least 1% on the first trading day in April, historically the S&P 500 has risen by an… Read More
Despite Wall Street’s “Scare of the Week,” Good Stocks Keep Rising by Louis Navellier April 2, 2019 A slightly-inverted yield curve continues to spook investors, but our friends at Bespoke Investment Group documented the fact that during the previous
six yield curve inversions, the S&P 500 rose by an average 1.75%, 6.16%, and 8.13% over the next month, three months, and year, respectively. Even more dramatic, after the last four times the yield curve first inverted, the S&P averaged… Read More
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