Market players initially think so but there are some Things to ponder: Macron’s victory in France .. Corbyn’s surprise showing in Britian..no doubt some of that is that voters realize they need to try and trash Brexit, they fear getting isolated in…Continue Reading →
We are watching Goldman Sachs closely with so many on Board the Trump wagon. A close below 220 would seem to have consequences. And not to mention, GS top economist on CNBC today seemed to have his head, you know where.
Markets make are at all time highs, The VIX indicates a low level of risk, A majority of analysts are bullish, Goldman Sachs is bullish.
I have been trying to say nothing about this election, having from my perspective said it all back on July 25, 2016. But the reality of it all is falling into place. Starting with the Reagan Administration, the focus in…Continue Reading →
Recent talk about Warren Buffett purchasing Apple stock at a $ 109 average has everyone talking about an Apple bottom, huh. Warren beat the market from 1985 to the top of the market in 2008 before the crash, and has…Continue Reading →
Here is my simple answer. Having worked in some grassroots efforts back in 2004, I was amazed at the lists that the party had showing likely voters. Here is my guess on what is being missed in the 2016 race….Continue Reading →
Nobody said this would be easy. What are we talking about? We are talking about the primary bounce after the Macro Down signal given last June on Stocks. Points to consider now are: We are seeing the dollar now testing…Continue Reading →
As we have been saying, the primary factor in the 2016 market is politics. The two big policy questions to be addressed are continuing or curtailing inequality, and whether to support or end Regime Change foreign actions. In the past…Continue Reading →
Whether we are talking about Economics, Markets, or Politics, things seem to be building to a Climax through the next 20 days with Super Tuesday primaries and the March FED meeting on the 15th and 16th. Lets take Politics first:…Continue Reading →
Everyone will be getting involved this week. China, Japan, Europe, and the U.S. The drive to keep free trading markets at bay continues. That is translating into some Dollar strength, bounce up in the S&P, and sell off in T-Bonds…Continue Reading →