Look Ahead Archive2019-10-07T23:33:09+00:00

Look Ahead Archive

This is where you can find all of our Look Ahead articles from Louis Navellier.

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9-14-21: The Ongoing Chip Shortage May Limit EV Production

by Louis Navellier September 14, 2021 In addition to battery element shortages, the chip shortage has limited electric vehicle (EVs) production. At the auto show in Munich last week, several auto executives [...]

September 13th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-31-21: Powell Kicks “Taper Timing” Down the Road at Jackson Hole

by Louis Navellier August 31, 2021 The big economic news of late August is usually the annual Kansas City Fed Conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, but the on-site meeting was canceled for [...]

August 30th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-17-21: The Fed Feels the Inflation “Heat” But Likely Won’t Taper Before Year’s End

by Louis Navellier August 17, 2021 Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) is “deeply concerned” about the Fed’s easy money policy and urged the Fed to curtail its aggressive intervention in the bond market. [...]

August 16th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-10-21: Modern Monetary Theory Dominates Central Banks Worldwide

by Louis Navellier August 10, 2021 Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) remains alive and well at the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve, but especially at the European Central Bank (ECB) as they [...]

August 9th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-3-21: Crash Warnings from Market Pundits Often Mask a Hidden Agenda

by Louis Navellier August 3, 2021 I am getting a lot of questions about Jeremy Grantham predicting that small cap stocks and international stocks and bonds are poised to lose money over [...]

August 2nd, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

7-20-21: Inflation is Rising at the Fastest Pace in 30 Years

by Louis Navellier July 20, 2021 Last Tuesday, the Labor Department reported that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) surged 0.9% in June, the largest monthly increase since August 2008. In the past [...]

July 19th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

7-13-21: The Global Collapse in Bond Yields is Bullish for Stocks

by Louis Navellier July 13, 2021 The best news last week was the continuing decline in global bond yields, including the 10-year Treasury rate falling below 1.4% last Tuesday. The European Central [...]

July 12th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

6-29-21: Western Drought Could Make Some Inflation More than “Transitory”

by Louis Navellier June 29, 2021 Last weekend saw record heat in the Pacific Northwest, but a bigger danger is the long-term drought in the Southwest. The problem has become so bad [...]

June 28th, 2021|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

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