3-7-23: Which Nation Will Prevail – China or the U.S.?
by Gary Alexander March 7, 2023 A few years ago, I wrote a multi-part series here on “Who will dominate the 21st century – China or the United States?” There was no [...]
3-7-23: The Market Defies Inflation’s Revival (and Runaway Deficit Spending)
by Bryan Perry March 7, 2023 There is a raging appetite to buy the market well before the Fed pauses and pivots, because, quite simply, most investors are not very good at [...]
3-7-23: Reviewing “Our Big Energy Bet” (As Spring Approaches)
by Louis Navellier March 7, 2023 After wild winter weather enveloped much of America, boosting natural gas prices, we now approach spring, when crude oil prices typically rise, so I remain convinced [...]
2-28-23: What’s Behind the Latest Selling? Is It the “News” or Big Traders?
by Jason Bodner February 28, 2023 Some things don’t add up. For instance, Adolph Hitler was nominated for the Nobel Peace prize in 1939. And now, after a massive run since last [...]
2-28-23: The Stock Market is Not Ready for 10-Year Treasury Rates Above 4%
by Ivan Martchev February 28, 2023 Last week, Rick Santelli on live TV likened the Fed to a sick patient constantly popping pills at every sign of inflation. The patient does not [...]
2-28-23: Good News: Two Great Market Months Start Tomorrow
by Gary Alexander February 28, 2023 “In the garden, growth has it seasons. First comes spring…. Yes, there will be Growth in Spring.” – Peter Sellers as Chance the gardener, addressing the [...]
2-28-23: The Fed Should Adjust Its Inflation Target to the 3.3% Historical Average
by Bryan Perry February 28, 2023 Based on the recent string of economic data, which includes January employment, inflation (CPI, PPI, and PCE), weekly initial jobless claims, personal spending, and consumer confidence, [...]
2-28-23: “Seasonal Adjustments” Continue to Warp Key Statistics
by Louis Navellier February 28, 2023 Like the bloated January jobs report, the retail sales report was also apparently distorted by seasonal adjustments. If the number crunchers expect bad weather and it [...]
2-22-23: What Does an “Overbought” Market Mean?
by Jason Bodner February 22, 2023 At many points in our lives, we must ask ourselves, “Am I doing what is best for me?” But as creatures of habit, it’s easy to [...]
2-22-23: The Bond Market Now Looks to the Fed
by Ivan Martchev February 22, 2023 If the Fed won’t follow the bond market, maybe the bond market will follow the Fed. The 2-year note, the most sensitive to Fed policy, has [...]
2-22-23: Explain This! Flat GDP + Market Crash = Soaring Tax Revenues!
by Gary Alexander February 22, 2023 In 2022, U.S. GDP rose 2%, the S&P 500 fell 19%, but federal tax revenues soared 21%. Please explain. Yes, inflation is part of it, but [...]
2-22-23: Mounting Confusion About What Lies Ahead
by Bryan Perry February 22, 2023 The investing landscape seems about as mixed and garbled as one could imagine, with conflicting data that show a lot of fragmentation between several sectors of [...]