Due perhaps to prior articles I’ve written on the idea of the stock market being rigged, a recent piece from the New York Post was sent my direction titled, “Stock Market Rigging Is No Longer a ‘Conspiracy Theory’”, by John Crudele. The story set forth by Crudele is..
So far the bullish themes for this year are foreign equities and U.S. bonds with the continued surge in the USD. These themes are borne out when looking at flows into exchange traded funds (ETFs) by asset class and geographic focus.
Interview with Dan Wantrobski, Managing Director of Technical Strategy at Janney Capital Markets regarding their latest study on share buybacks, IPOs, and M&A activity. Dan explains the results of this study and what it means for the stock market...
Felix Zulauf is the Founder and President of Zulauf Asset Management in Zug, Switzerland and has been a member of Barron’s Roundtable for over 20 years. In a wide-ranging discussion, Felix covers Fed policy, how dollar strength will lead to a global crisis...
In case you’ve missed any of the 80+ shows or interviews we’ve done so far this year, here’s a list of our top 10 most popular podcasts from the Newshour page.
Felix Zulauf sees a global crisis in 2016-2017 from a rising U.S. dollar, Eoin Treacy says a "wall of money" is hitting the stock market, Marin Katusa explains the metallurgy of money, and Jeff Saut sees the market doubling over the next decade.
"It's been a very frustrating environment. I'm even looking at the intra-day moves today and we've gone plunging down and surging back up and now it's going to a new low...if you look at the overall pattern of the S&P or the Dow, the barely 4% pullback we've had so far..."
“Biotech...is very extended and in some cases at multi-year extremes,” said Jonathan Krinsky, Chief Market Technician at MKM Partners, in a recent interview with Financial Sense Newshour. Looking at a chart of the biotech ETF (IBB), we see that is up over 500%...
This week Avi Gilburt sees an "evil pattern" developing in the gold market. Charles Biderman explains why corporate buybacks are driving the market higher. Matthew Kerkhoff speaks on why he thinks Nasdaq is back at tech-bubble territory and finally Joe Dancy shares why he sees oil production declining for the next 2-3 months.
The following chart of the S&P 500 over nearly two decades shows how major market peaks and bear markets have been associated with rising levels of financial stress.