Summer is officially here and based on the weekend traffic, the lines at the grocery stores, the lack of inventory in the summer aisles at Target and Wal-Mart, Americans are out and about in full force. At the same time the stock market has stumbled, which begs the question, 'why
Tag: Chart of the Week
We paused on Monday to remember all those who sacrificed their lives to defend our freedom. As I've said many time, we live in the greatest country in the world because in times of crisis Americans have always come together to sacrifice for the good of the country. I've always
Stocks have essentially gone nowhere since mid-April. It seems all of the catalysts that led to the parabolic rally in the market for the past year have come and gone. Now the question is – what's next?
For most of this year we've talked about the 4 pillars of the rally:
Based on the sensationalized headlines last week, one would think the market was at risk to give back all of its gains. This came on the heels of a much worse than expected inflation number on Wednesday. While "base effects" which is economists speak for what things looked like a
Back in 2019 the daily blog entries turned into a weekly "Chart of the Week". There just weren't a lot of different ways to say what was happening – stocks seemed to go up every week. Any drop of 3% was bought aggressively. Valuations were at levels that indicated long-term returns