Look Ahead Archive2019-10-07T23:33:09-08:00

Look Ahead Archive

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

9-26-23: The Fed Signals Another Rate Increase in 2023 (and No Cuts!)

by Louis Navellier September 26, 2023 The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) statement seemed dovish, at first, but then the FOMC signaled that one more Fed rate hike was not only possible, [...]

September 25th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

9-19-23: Inflation is Rapidly Receding – Except for Energy Prices

by Louis Navellier September 19, 2023 The two major inflation indicators released last week were a bit “hotter” than expected, but that was mostly due to energy price increases. On Wednesday, the [...]

September 18th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

9-12-23: World Trade is Waning as the G20 Meets in India

by Louis Navellier September 12, 2023 In August, China’s exports declined 8.8% vs. the same month a year ago. This was bad, but better than July’s 14.5% decline. Clearly, China’s overall exports [...]

September 11th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

9-6-23: Conflicting Jobs Data Begin to Clear Up Over Labor Day

by Louis Navellier September 6, 2023 The ADP and Labor Department data came into alignment last week, but all three jobs reports were more subdued than expected, which should confirm that the [...]

September 5th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-29-23: Wall Street Likes to Add Volatility to the August Doldrums

by Louis Navellier August 29, 2023 Now that earnings season is virtually over, I’d say our energy stocks have emerged as market leaders and exhibited tremendous relative strength in an otherwise weak [...]

August 28th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-22-23: The Fed May Be “Data-Dependent,” But Some of That Data is Flawed

by Louis Navellier August 22, 2023 The Fed’s latest minutes referred to “two-sided” arguments between “overtightening of policy against the cost of an insufficient tightening.” Chairman Powell keeps reassuring us that the [...]

August 21st, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-15-23: China May Soon Export its Deflation Worldwide

by Louis Navellier August 15, 2023 China is experiencing crippling deflation as its economy struggles with declining exports and imports for the past few months. In July, Chinese exports declined 14.5%, while [...]

August 14th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

8-8-23: The Bank of England Begs Ben Bernanke to Rescue Them!

by Louis Navellier August 8, 2023 The most amusing central bank news in recent years is that the Bank of England asked former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to review its economic [...]

August 7th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

7-25-23: China is “Losing its Mojo” Under Dictator-for-Life, Xi Jinping

by Louis Navellier July 25, 2023 The dollar has fallen lately. Normally, a weak dollar fuels commodity price inflation, but deflationary forces are keeping commodities in check. As a result, several major [...]

July 24th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

7-18-23: Inflation is Rapidly Cooling – As Predicted – But is the Fed Listening?

by Louis Navellier July 18, 2023 The Labor Department reported last Wednesday that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose just 0.2% in June – and only 3% in the past 12 months [...]

July 17th, 2023|Categories: Weekly MarketMail|Tags: |

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