Daily Archives: April 27, 2020

Is the Fed About to Unleash An Inflationary Storm?

It is looking increasingly as if the bottom is in. At the March lows, the percentage of stocks trading below their 200-day moving averages hit levels associated with major bottoms (think 2002 or 2009). This doesn’t mean we couldn’t revisit the lows… … Continue reading

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Was Late March THE Lows For a New Bull Market?

It is looking increasingly as if the bottom is in. At the March lows, the percentage of stocks trading below their 200-day moving averages hit levels associated with major bottoms (think 2002 or 2009). This doesn’t mean we couldn’t revisit the lows… … Continue reading

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Does It Matter If the Fed is the One Forcing Stocks Higher?

It is looking increasingly as if the bottom is in. At the March lows, the percentage of stocks trading below their 200-day moving averages hit levels associated with major bottoms (think 2002 or 2009). This doesn’t mean we couldn’t revisit the lows… … Continue reading

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