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Is The Economy Bouncing Back?

Markets are mixed to lower in early trading.  There were some conflicting economic reports this morning that might leave some investors wondering if the economy is really bouncing back as much as economists predicted following the 1% contraction posted in Q1. Personal consumption for April fell -0.1%.  With consumer spending making up two-thirds of GDP, […]

Weekly Sector Update – EWJ ($)


EWJ is iShares MSCI Japan ETF. It is rated number two this week by Felix. RSX is number one again (which you can read about here.) EWJ is in the penalty box and therefore not a current holding but it does have a solid strength.  We often find that highly rated sectors emerge from the PB, […]

How Low Can Yields Go?

Stocks are trading slightly lower in early trading following the S&P 500 making new highs yesterday.  So far the selling action is pretty mild, and if the bears aren’t able to push the market lower we could see some rally attempts into the close as the bulls regain the upper hand. One surprising move today […]

Is The VIX Broken?

Markets are off to a strong start.  The S&P 500 is making a new high.  Financials are leading the early action, and Bank of America is leading the financials after it resubmitted its capital plan to the Fed for review. There was some positive economic data today also.  The Case-Shiller home price index rose 12.4% […]

Weekly Sector Update – IYW ($)


IYW is iShares U.S. Technology ETF. The top holdings include many popular stocks.  Technology is earning current recommendations from both value and growth investors.  If you don’t care for one of the tech stocks, there are plenty more to back it up. [IYW is currently held in NewArc Investment’s Felix trading program.] Investor Take IYW has a […]

Chinese Data Still Points To Contraction

Our markets are higher again in early trading on some in-line housing data and possibly some perceived improvement in Chinese data. In the US, April existing home sales hit a rate of 4.65 million units which was up from the previous month’s rate of 4.59 million.  Also, leading indicators for April rose 0.4%. Asian markets […]

S&P 500 Holds Above 50-day Average

The market once again bent yesterday but did not break.  The S&P 500 Index came down and tested its 50-day average support but was able to close above it.  The Dow also closed below its 50-day average, although this morning it is trying to reverse that.  And the Nasdaq and mid-cap indexes are still below […]

Retailers Not Feeling The Warmth

The market is lower in early trading.  A handful of retail stocks reported earnings and are trading lower this morning.  See DKS, SPLS, URBN.  The retail etf (XRT) is down nearly 2% in early trading. But its still early, and growth names on the Nasdaq are bucking the early weakness so far. Stocks bounced yesterday, […]

Indicator Update: What does the bond rally mean for stocks?

To the surprise of most, bonds have rallied while stocks have move sideways. In a week with very little data, and many thinking about an early Memorial Day vacation, the bond/stock tradeoff to be a favorite topic for the punditry. Prior Theme Recap Last week I expected a focus on market divergences, especially the decline […]

Do Housing Starts Hint At Economic Thaw?

Stocks were higher in early trading but have since reversed back into negative territory.  It’s still early so anything could happen by the close of trading.  Also, short sellers have been profitable this week so we could see some short covering into the close as traders take profits ahead of the weekend. This morning’s housing […]

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