Monthly Archives: May 2015

May 15, 2015

Fed Is The Issue May 15, 2015 We get our market gyrations from the economic data, but the prevailing trend continues to be mired in expectations of when the Fed will act. The biggest correction over the past week had … Continue reading

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May 8, 2015

Jobs Hit Sweet Spot May 8, 2015 Heading into the jobs report, we saw heavy selling as investors and traders headed for the exit door in a classic “sell in May and go away” scenario. A correction remains at risk. … Continue reading

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May 5, 2015

Economic Data Vs. Rate Expectations May 5, 2015 As earnings reports start to fade, the shift in focus is onto the economy and interest rates, and perhaps more specifically, the direction of the US Dollar and crude. The recent economic … Continue reading

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April 28, 2015

When Focus Changes April 28, 2015 What we have been seeing of late is very typical for April. Quarterly earnings, every quarter, provide the fuel that moves markets. The first quarter was all about bracing for the damage caused by … Continue reading

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