Archive for June 2020

The Great Disconnect and The Fed Put

Everyone can see and feel that this is different and can sense the bizarre nature of the market response: we     are in the top 10% of historical price earnings ratios for the S&P on ...
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The Top Is Probably In

Let's flashback to March 2000 when the Dot.com Bubble topped. The NASDAQ closed above 5,000 twice - Thursday 3/9 and Friday 3/10. And that was it. Today, the NASDAQ closed above 10,000 for the first ...
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America on the Brink

George Floyd died at a moment of extreme dysfunction in American political life. Relations are so poisonous and so polarized between the parties that we are not seeing the kind of bipartisan meetings on Capitol ...
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