Category Archives: economic recovery

Yuck again!

It’s been a while since I’ve last posted anything. There are a couple of reasons. Most importantly, I have no idea what to say. I’m very surprised, I confess, by the mauling the market has experienced since late September. Relentlessly. … Continue reading

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And on and on it goes

The markets’ correction continues. The best performers, like tech stocks, have been become beaten-down dogs. Earnings are, and have been, great, but that hasn’t matter. The beating continue.  In October, we had a string of 28 consecutive days without a … Continue reading

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For Investors, right now, it’s a hurting world out there.

This is not a pretty chart. It’s from Bespoke Investment Management, and it’s worth a look (“OS” and “OB” mean “over sold” and “over bought”, “N” means “neutral,” and horizontal lines show recent direction of recent moves. Green dots are … Continue reading

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Wow! What a Ride!

First, a few facts: Yesterday’s trading was volatile: After an initial climb, the Dow fell more than 900 points before recovering in the final 15 minutes—with no obvious catalyst—to finish down 1% for the day. The S&P 500 has fallen … Continue reading

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Sheer Panic

I wrote a post early in the month.  It was just after the selling that continues had begun. What I confess I thought would be a 5% consolidation of recent gains is approaching 10% and is, many hours when markets … Continue reading

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