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:
Markets started off a bit lower in the first hour of trading but have since recouped early losses and are now back in positive territory. Earnings season kicked into a higher gear last night and this morning with a large swath of companies reporting. This week is a shortened week due to the markets being […]
If you haven’t noticed lately, our market seem to be the most highly correlated to moves in the Japanese Yen. Yesterday markets were down sharply and then when some news came out that caused the Yen to weaken, stocks immediately bounced. This notion goes to the “carry trade”, which we won’t delve into today, but […]
Stocks bounced in the first hour of trading, but so far the enthusiasm looks short-lived as the indexes have given up their early gains and trade back in negative territory. Earnings season has started, and results this morning were mixed. On the positive side were bellwethers like KO, JNJ, and SCHW. But negative reactions to […]
Markets are opening on a higher note this morning following last week’s selloff and some positive economic and corporate news. Over the weekend tensions in the Ukraine escalated with the country’s army facing off against pro-Russian troops. This had European markets lower this morning before trading in the US began. But better than expected earnings […]
Markets are trading lower in early trading. Stocks had enjoyed a 2-day bounce, but some cited the low volume on those up days as evidence of lack of conviction among buyers. Biotechs and other momentum stocks are once again the weakest. Most sectors are lower in early trading while defensive consumer staples and utilities buck […]
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