Edward Yardeni


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If Trump delivers on deregulation and on tax cuts, smaller corporations might benefit more than larger ones.feedback
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Edward Yardeni has been quoted 57 times. The one recent article where Edward Yardeni has been quoted is Stocks open little changed after record-setting sessions. Most recently, Edward Yardeni was quoted as having said, “The Republicans need to make tax reform the law of the land to hold onto their slim majorities in both houses of Congress come next year's mid-term elections. They might fail as miserably on this challenge as they did on repealing and reforming Obamacare, when their majority splintered and not one Democrat in either the House or the Senate supported their effort.”.
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Jul 14 2017

As long as inflation remains subdued, and as long as we don't have a recession, bonds and stocks should continue to work.feedback

Jul 14 2017

I think the economy is still performing pretty much the way it has been since 2010.feedback

Jun 30 2017

There are grounds for concern, certainly. But we're in a very strange world now, and it's hard to know how this will all play out. The economy is growing very slowly, at a pace of less than 2 percent per year, a rate that we used to call 'stall speed,' in the belief that when the economy is that feeble, it will fall into a recession. But that hasn't happened. The economy keeps growing, the stock market keeps going up, yet inflation remains very low. Where are we heading? There are many possibilities here. This isn't the economy we used to know.feedback

Jun 22 2017

The economy's pretty much performing as it has since 2010. Obviously, we've got some drags.feedback

Jun 22 2017

It's a very, very cyclical indicator. The good news is that when it's down this hard it usually starts to bounce back up.feedback

Jun 21 2017 - OPEC

OPEC oil producers continue to put a lid on their output in an effort to prop up prices. Yet the price of a barrel of Brent crude oil is back down.feedback

Jun 09 2017

Staying fully invested for now makes sense. It could be a melt-up scenario and then watch out for a meltdown.feedback

Jun 08 2017 - Amazon

There is valuation anxiety out there, that is for sure. No one is feeling totally comfortable holding stocks that are this expensive.feedback

May 26 2017

On a year-over-year basis, we're still doing 2 percent, which is what we've been doing since 2011. Nothing seems to have changed in that regard.feedback

May 26 2017

There might have been too much optimism as to what the hard data will deliver. After the election ... nobody wanted to bet against (Trump's) predictions that his policies could revive economic growth to 3 or 4 percent. I think it's looking more and more like a stretch, if nothing else (because) his policies aren't going to be implemented anytime soon.feedback

May 19 2017

In theory, it should be a positive. But as a practical matter looking at the past two years, it didn't really show up as a major drag on earnings, so I'm not sure it's going to suddenly be a major boost to earnings as it reverses itself.feedback

May 07 2017 - Bull market

Seinfeld' was a show about nothing to a large extent, and there was one episode where they made fun of the fact – basically admitting – that the show was about nothing in particular. Since the start of this bull market, it has been pretty easy to scare the living daylights out of people simply because 2008 was so dramatic. When you have a traumatic shock, you're prone to anxiety attacks on a recurring basis, and we've had lots of those. I've counted 57 anxiety attacks for the market ... in an outright correction of 10 percent or more.feedback

May 07 2017

We are in the early stages of a melt-up. I think this is going to go higher, and I think this is being led by earnings.feedback

May 07 2017 - Unemployment

It's not like we desperately need tax cuts to make the U.S. economy work. It's working awfully well, with low unemployment, and earnings are at all-time record highs. What's wrong with that?feedback

Apr 25 2017

There are so many special interests involved. This is going to be a real test of whether he's going to be able to drain the swamp or whether he's going to pump more water in.feedback

Apr 20 2017

There's a lot of nervousness about the divergence between the strength of soft data following the election and hard data, and one of the weakest examples of that is loans. It's disconcerting.feedback

Apr 20 2017

The whole premise of a rally for banks has got some downside risk in loan demand.feedback

Apr 05 2017

It seems that the bond market just hasn't really bought into the idea that inflation is coming back, or that economic growth is going to be surprisingly strong.feedback

Mar 27 2017

The market has been a series of panic attacks followed by relief rallies.feedback

Mar 20 2017

It really doesn't matter whether it's this year or next year, we won't know until maybe the summer or the fall what we're getting and whether it's in 2017 or 2018. By then, the market will be focusing on 2018 anyway. So as long as we get the tax reform, as long as we get the tax cuts, then this move is justified.feedback

Mar 20 2017 - Bull market

There have been pessimists and bears and skeptics and naysayers throughout this bull market, which has lasted 8 years, so it is an aging bull market but it seems to still have a lot of strength. The next bear market is going to be when we have the next recession, and right now it's hard to see what is suddenly going to create a recession.feedback

Feb 17 2017

The stock market seems to be tuning out all the noise and [is] kind of focusing on what investors think is the underlying signal coming out of Washington.feedback

Feb 17 2017

Energy is no longer weighing down on overall corporate earnings, and corporate earnings are doing remarkably well especially in the face of a strong dollar.feedback

Jan 25 2017

What changed? Everything changed on Nov. 8. We had a radical regime change in Washington, D.C., and now I think we can actually look forward to the fundamentals of earnings validating these euphoric [price-earnings] multiples.feedback

Jan 24 2017 - Protectionism

What we really need, though, is some more clarity about where this administration intends to take fiscal policy and trade policy, most importantly trade policy. If we can sort of overcome the fears of protectionism and find that what Trump really wants to do is get fair trade, which is still free trade, and isn't really intending to have protectionism, I think the market goes higher.feedback

Dec 26 2016

A three percent bond yield certainly would indicate a stronger economy and that would mean the yield curve would continue to steepen. And a steepening yield curve is usually a sign of better growth and it's great for the financials.feedback

Dec 26 2016

As soon as Trump won, the markets started to rethink whether he was bullish or bearish, and very quickly concluded he was bullish because of his economic program. Not only that, he came in with a majority in both houses of Congress which increases the chances they'll get his tax cuts passed.feedback

Dec 26 2016

I think we shouldn't underestimate how radical this change is going to be. Love it or hate it, it's going to be quite dramatic and a government of deal makers as opposed to a government of shall we say 'community organizers' is going to be a radically different kind of regime. And, I think the market likes it.feedback

Dec 26 2016

I now think that earnings instead of being up eight percent, it could be up closer to 20 percent. That's the kind of impact the substantial tax cuts could have. It may not happen until the summer or fall. The question is: Will it be retroactive? I think it will be retroactive.feedback

Dec 26 2016

Financials have had a great move, but they were extremely disliked – hated even. And, they were big laggards.feedback

Dec 13 2016 - Bull market

The lofty valuations and the vertical ascents in the major stock indexes strongly suggest that the mania phase of this bull market may be underway. It may have further to go once overseas cash actually does get repatriated and if retail investors start to pile into the market.feedback

Nov 18 2016

The economy will be run by vigilantes in the bond market.feedback

Nov 18 2016

I would think that what's really changed is that it's very unlikely we're going to be facing deflation or still lower inflation, and very likely we're going to see inflation moving higher.feedback

Jul 08 2016

[I'm] not convinced that the bond market is signaling a recession in the U.S. or even in the global economy. It is confirming that overseas central banks will continue to pursue their ultra-easy monetary policies, and that the Fed will postpone additional rate hikes.feedback

Jul 08 2016

In the past, the Fed rarely paid much attention to what was going on around the world. They can't do that anymore.feedback

Jul 08 2016

The world just has too much debt, it's got aging demographics and it's got a lot of technology that aims to replace workers. Put it all together and you don't have much inflation and you don't have much growth.feedback

Jul 08 2016

The rest of the world has got a lot of challenges. With regards to our market, clearly we've seen a melt-up in bond prices and a melt-down in bond yields, and that's been reflected in utilities. The U.S. really does stand out. We're doing better than the rest.feedback

Jul 08 2016

Plenty of people are working and are hard-pressed to find a place to invest. They're all getting stretch marks from stretching for yield.feedback

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