Market Commentary

Is Technology Now a ‘Defensive’ Sector?

June 8th, 2020
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Why is the Tech sector behaving like Utilities, Healthcare, and other defensive sectors?

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U.S.-China Tensions Rise, Food Prices Spike, Australia Recession Peril

June 8th, 2020
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Food supply bottlenecks raise prices, China problems grow, Australia’s 28-year expansion may be over

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U.S. Economy Reviving Slowly, Shaky Shale Industry, U.S. Getting Older

June 1st, 2020
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Economic activity ticks up slowly, low demand threatens shale industry, record-low U.S. births in 2019

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3 Investment Mistakes to Avoid in This Market

June 1st, 2020
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As the economy opens up and stocks begin to rally, here are 3 investing moves to avoid

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Powell and Mnuchin Differ, Oil Stabilizes, U.S.-China Relationship

May 26th, 2020
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Jobless benefits may affect labor market, Fed and Treasury views diverge, oil futures bet on rebound

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Lowered Expectations for Economic Recovery May Be a Good Thing

May 26th, 2020
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The hopes for a quick rebound have faded, but a slow, steady recovery may be favorable for stocks.

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What Recovery Could Look Like, U.S. Manufacturer Woes, Plus More

May 18th, 2020
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China may be a model for U.S. recovery, the upside of lowered expectations, manufacturing’s long slow decline

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Will This Recession Become Another Great Depression?

May 18th, 2020
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Mitch examines three factors that will influence the severity and length of this downturn

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Unemployment Silver Lining, States and Countries Start to Re-open, Plus More

May 11th, 2020
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Housing prices steady, how German factories stayed open, unemployed numbers may reverse quickly

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Why Are Stocks Rallying When the Economy is Stalled?

May 11th, 2020
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By April 18th, a record 12.4% of the US workforce was
receiving unemployment benefits, with over 30 million submitting jobless
claims. Estimates suggest that in the coming weeks, the unemployment rate could
approach 20%, which would bring the economy closer to levels seen during the
Great Depression.[…]

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