Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF... (RSP)
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Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF... (RSP)
Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF... (RSP)
Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF... (RSP)
Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF... (RSP)
Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF... (RSP)
Yield Curve Inversion: Don't Panic, But Make A Plan For A Bear Market
The inversion of the yield curve last Friday produced lots of concerns among investors. However, the historical evidence is not conclusive at all when it comes to the relationship between inversions and bear markets for stocks. That notwithstanding, investors should always have a plan for po…
For The Average Investor, The Next Bear Market Will Likely Be The Last
Just recently Anna-Louise Jackson published an interesting article asking if "The Financial Crisis" still haunted your investing. To wit: This month marks the 10-year anniversary of the current bull market's beginnings. Yet, many Americans remain reluctant to invest in the stock mark…
7 Market-Moving Charts Investors Need To See
Stocks erased their weekly gains and bond yields fell on Friday as investors reacted to a number of economic developments. Chief among them were a Treasury yield curve inversion, the first since before the financial crisis, and continued slowdown in the pace of U.S. manufacturing expansion. …
The Fed Is In The (Wrong) Zone
(Source: Eric Dodds ) Patience is the Feds not-so new Comfort Zone. The economic environment is however in the Discomfort Zone, currently heading towards the Alarm Zone. Its a steep learning curve, even for those at the Fed who are ahead of the forward curve….
E-Mini S&P 500: Have We Made A Top?
Last Week's Report: Take Profits If we look at the weekly report we published on March 16 on Seeking Alpha for the E-mini S&P 500 futures contract, our summary indicated that, if you are long, you should to take profits at 2864. The weekly high that was made last week was 2866. Aft…
Stock Market Outlook - Buckle Up!
It's more than 4 weeks ago since I wrote my most recent article covering the broader stock market. Back then, the main points were that we are indeed in a growth slowing environment which did cause the ugly sell-off in the last quarter of 2018. I also discussed that the stock market was a ve…
Podcast 3/24/19: Week In Review And Interview: Russ Murdock, CFA
The Weekly Grind podcast is designed to wake up your investment brain with weekly overviews of financial markets and other economic-related topics. Episode 5 Market Review and Interview: Russ Murdock, CFA - Small Cap Value Manager Editor's Note: The summary bullets for this arti…
S&P 500 In The Week When The U.S. Treasury Curve Inverted
The big news for the S&P 500 (Index: SPX) in the third week of March 2019 was the inversion of the U.S. Treasury yield curve on Friday, 22 March 2019, where for the first time since 2007, the yield of the 10-year T-note dropped below the level of the 3-month T-bill. Historically, that ha…
Xi And Trump Miss A Chance To Expand Markets
March 24, 2019 - Donald Trump has postponed until April the supposed deadline for a conclusion to China-US trade negotiations. A good outcome for both sides would have China agree to better protect private property rights and to reduce the role of the state in its economy; the US agree to …
After The Predicted Rally, Where Does The Market Go Next?
Image Credit: wsj.com A version of this article first appeared on 3/21/2019. The unprecedented, predicted Q1 2019 With a hearty, self-congratulatory pat on the back, now seems like an appropriate time to say I told you so, as markets have approached a high-water mar…