Switch from Trade Fears to Rate-Cut Hopes Lifts Stocks by Louis Navellier June 11, 2019 The financial news media has switched its obsession from trade tariffs to a coming Fed rate cut, so the news media is finally reporting some more positive news
for a change and the market “melted up” by almost 5% last week, recovering more than two-thirds of its losses suffered in the entire month of May. Despite this sharp rise in the indexes last week, I’d still say stock picking will beat index… Read More
Tariff Threats to Mexico & China Send Stocks Down in May by Louis Navellier June 4, 2019 On Friday, the 10-year Treasury bond yield collapsed to 2.13% (a 20-month low) after the stock market sold off in the wake of the surprise tariffs
imposed on Mexico, to be enacted on June 10th if the Mexican government does not sufficiently cooperate with the Trump Administration to help stop the flood of illegal immigrants into the U.S. I expect that Mexico will cooperate to avoid the tariffs,… Read More
Market Indexes are Down in May Over Several Global Crises by Louis Navellier May 29, 2019 The S&P 500 is down about 4% so far in May (through last Friday) mostly due to trade tensions with China, but those tensions were loosened somewhat on
Friday after U.S. officials eased some of the trade restrictions on China’s 5G giant, Huawei, granting them a 90-day temporary extension to stock up on U.S. semiconductor orders. Since Google provides their Android system, Huawei’s 5G phones will be… Read More
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