Jordan Kahn, CFA, is the President and CIO of KAM Advisors, a Beverly Hills, Calif., money manager. He previously was a managing partner with Beverly Investment Advisors. He also writes a daily blog called In The Money.
Mr. Kahn holds a master’s in financial markets and trading from the Stuart School of Business at the Illinois Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from the University of Colorado.
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Jordan’s latest columns:
Stocks are lower out of the gate in early trading as fears from last week resurface after taking a breather on Friday. Geopolitical concerns are on the rise as the conflict with Israel and Hamas heats up. And there are talks of further sanctions on Russia. In corporate news, YUM and MCD are lower after […]
The markets are starting out the week on a positive note after finishing lower last week. The S&P 500 only pulled back less than 1% last week. So it will be interesting to see if it can best its recent highs near 1985. Some folks have started talking about the big round number at 2000 […]
Stocks are roughly flat in early trading, having started out a little in the red but then got a boost from the housing data that was released. Pending home sales for May rose 6.1%, much better than expected. This seemed to offset the Chicago PMI data that was released earlier this morning and showed a […]
The market looked a little weak before the open but it is now nicely higher. Go figure. This has been a slow motion melt-up rally, with the S&P 500 higher for 12 of the last 13 days. And the one down day saw the index lose a whopping 2 points! I hope anyone short this […]
Markets were lower in early trading but have since bounced back to positive. That has pretty much been the pattern recently, as any early morning weakness quickly dissipated and buyers re-emerged. The gains haven’t been big on a percentage basis, but the market continues to inch higher without much of a pullback at all. That […]
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