Watch Out for Quarter-Ending “Window Dressing” This Week by Louis Navellier March 26, 2019 We’re closing out a wonderful quarter this week, but, as last Friday’s action demonstrated, we must watch out for any quarter-ending “window dressing” this week,
as well as 90-day smart Beta ETF rebalancing. The catalyst for the Friday sell-off was the U.S. Treasury yield curve inverting on Friday, as the 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield declined to 2.44%, while the 1-month Treasury yield remained… Read More
After a Rapid Recovery, Stock Selection is Very Important by Louis Navellier March 19, 2019 The S&P 500 has now risen 20% since its Christmas Eve low and the VIX (volatility index) is now at its lowest level since early October, when the stock
market peaked, and ETF arbitrage spun out of control. The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article last week entitled, “Riskier Stocks Are Paying Off.” The article concluded that companies with weaker earnings are outperforming those with… Read More
Are We About to Enter an “Earnings Recession”? by Louis Navellier March 12, 2019 The bulk of fourth-quarter earnings have been announced and the average stock has posted a 5.7% sales increase and a 14.3% earnings increase – the fifth straight quarter
of double-digit earnings growth. Despite that great news, the S&P fell 2.16% last week as CNBC kept warning about a coming “earnings recession.” They are referring to the analyst community’s forecast that first-quarter 2019 S&P 500… Read More
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