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If you see a reversal in the dollar, which continued soft inflation could get us, that could actually buoy the equity market.feedback
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Aug 14 2017
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Jun 27 2017

Long Europe/underweight U.S. trade has really been the gift that keeps on giving. But when you look at the fundamentals, there is reason for this. We have seen country after country dodging the populist bullet – from the Dutch, to the French, now the Italians, and will go straight through to the Germans at the beginning of fall. Those will continue; I think there is a reason that this momentum will continue.feedback

Jun 26 2017 - Oil

Consumer expectations peaked in March and have been falling ever since, and that could raise red flags for the SPY, the S&P 500 index ETF, as well as other broad stock market index ETFs. Oil prices have been sliding since the end of May and have edged closer to the lower end of the $40 to $55 trading range. With supply continuing to remain high and disappointing demand this driving season, oil could continue to trade down to $40 and remain weak all summer until we see real supply cuts or an increase in demand.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Brexit

The future outlook for small businesses took a hit in April when Congress was unable to address the concerns of small businesses, particularly the high cost of health care to small companies. We might start to see a reversal of that optimism tomorrow.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Brexit

The FTSE 100 has been trading sideways with all the political uncertainty. And continuing questions around the U.K. hung parliament, and the postelection turmoil, could send the stock index deeper into the red, along with the sterling.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Brexit

This matters to the markets in many ways, but the most direct is to banks, whose earnings are being hurt as the short end of the curve moves up.feedback

Jun 09 2017

Banks have been under pressure, because we've seen a bear flattening of the yield curve for several months now.feedback

Jun 02 2017

We've lately seen a trend of slightly higher jobless claims. However, labor markets remain tight and Americans are spending more, factories have increased outputs and home sales are strong. This is consistent with the beginning of a recovery.feedback

Jun 02 2017

Manufacturing and construction have been showing some signs of slowing. April manufacturing slipped, lowering their overall year-end growth numbers.feedback

Jun 02 2017

Mortgage rates have been higher than they were a year ago. However, they have been falling recently along with the long end of the retail curve.feedback

May 19 2017

Brazil is already under so much attack. Especially after the last government, this isn't a good time. It will be a blow to EM sentiment.feedback

May 17 2017

The bigger they are, the more they're going to fall. They've each proven to be defensive in some way, which doesn't make any sense, but here it is. Technology is the core of everything we're looking at, going forward. Each of these stocks has an individual positive result, and what it's telling you is that the rest of the market doesn't have a good story. That's the bigger problem.feedback

May 17 2017 - OPEC

If you look at it, Saudi Arabia is over 100 percent of the compliance, and everybody else is kind of cheating a little. And that's the story with OPEC – supplies just aren't coming down.feedback

May 17 2017

It's an interesting data point. People do sell for different reasons, but when you get some sort of mass corporate selling where everybody's sort of doing the same thing, you have to ask yourself: Why aren't people investing with their company or keeping their money with their company?feedback

May 11 2017 - Trump Presidency

Right now, companies are focused on the fact that they're doing pretty well.feedback

May 11 2017 - Oil

If we start a big currency rally in emerging markets, this could be a positive time to be buying into the EEM. That's probably the weakest story here because we're seeing oil still struggling to maintain its strength. However, you are seeing an uptick in trade, and trade is definitely something that is very beneficial, particularly for Chinese stocks.feedback

May 03 2017

I think the long-term trends are against it, but there are some short-term places for gold to still continue to be in a portfolio right now. We have an economy that is recovering, we're going into an interest rate-hiking cycle, volatility has been very low, and the dollar has been strengthening.feedback

May 03 2017 - OPEC

I do think it's going to be a challenging road for oil, and we seem to just continue to be on a roller coaster that bottoms at $40, and tops out at $55. And we can't seem to get off of this roller-coaster ride. We are probably going to see OPEC cuts hold, but we are seeing less and less compliance, and that's going to be a challenge.feedback

Apr 10 2017

There is definitely a strong relationship between the semiconductors and the overall market, and if you look right now at the trends underlying the semiconductor index, you've seen rising earnings, and that … has really been the result of some tremendous sales, I mean the sales numbers in the semiconductors space has been really rock solid over the last year.feedback

Apr 08 2017

The long-term economic trends are against gold – it is a strengthening recovery, you do have firming labor markets, and you also have rising interest rates.feedback

Mar 31 2017

A lot of people were ticking the boxes, saying 'Yes, this is a very bullish story, it's stacking up to be a very bullish story'. These are for very short-term moves for short-term traders in a very high conviction trade. This is not a long-term bet.feedback

Mar 31 2017 - OPEC

The energy slump that we saw really was about natural gas, not about oil, because oil was actually doing reasonably well, and we had very a high compliance within OPEC. So everybody was reasonably positive on oil stocks, while natural gas got hit by the double whammy; they went into the winter with huge stockpiles, and then the winter was very warm, and so we had very low demand, and that's what really killed the energy sector.feedback

Mar 16 2017

On the flip side, however, you have a hardware industry that has largely not really been going anywhere in terms of innovation and in terms of new products.feedback

Mar 02 2017

The reality could come a year from now, so this [rally] could go for a while.feedback

Mar 02 2017

And the reason for that is that the curve should naturally steepen as the Fed rate hike probability goes up.feedback

Feb 23 2017 - Trans Pacific Partnership

If you look at the status of most [campaign] promises, those that would be the most expansionary, things like tax reform and deregulation et cetera, those have largely been delayed. Whereas if you look at the status of promises that would likely dampen growth, cause inflation or both: You are looking at pulling out of the TPP, exiting negotiations with China and Mexico. All of those are not only on track but moving very quickly. The equity markets are largely expecting most of the positives while completely discounting the negatives.feedback

Feb 23 2017

Remember their place in the capital structure; these guys are the last to get paid so they are naturally optimistic.feedback

Feb 19 2017 - Federal Reserve

I think the trend is still going to be for dollar strength, but I think that this dollar weakness is interesting and telling, because Yellen was really out talking the dollar up. I mean, she was making fairly hawkish comments, and that should lead to a stronger dollar.feedback

Feb 17 2017

But if you look at the rest of the XLK, it is literally around 5 percent.feedback

Feb 10 2017 - IPhone

Apple has been really undervalued for most of 2016. Apple has had high dividends, it has had good growth, and it has also had a great buyback program that has been buoying stocks. The problem going forward is that now that the move is done, now that you've gone from 10 times to 15 times earnings, where do you go from here? We don't think it's certainly overvalued, I mean it's maybe a little overbought, but it's certainly not overvalued where it is, but we need to see a reason to get excited for the next leg of growth.feedback

Feb 10 2017 - IPhone

You really have to continue to see growth in Apple revenue, and the problem is they haven't really unveiled anything really beyond new iPhones.feedback

Feb 10 2017

But we think that big bounce is going to be a huge driver because of a lot of the retail sector is largely overvalued.feedback

Jan 26 2017

We still don't know how we're going to pay for it, we don't know who's going to build it and we don't know what it's going to be. So those are a lot of questions that need to get answered before that.feedback

Jan 23 2017

I think the first part of this year is going to be entirely emotionally driven and determined on execution – whether that execution is done quickly.feedback

Jan 23 2017

After having a pretty strong rally, they've started to move sideways and are questioning what's going to happen, and so at this point we have to see Trump come in and start to execute on his plan.feedback

Jan 06 2017 - Coal mining

I think the retail stocks right now are the canary in the coal mine. And I'm not sure that we'll necessarily see a turnaround.feedback

Nov 16 2016

There's still too much uncertainty left in the market. While there was definitely a response after the election just to finally get it done and over with, I think that that response is largely done. From now until the end of the year, the market is going to be looking for clues as to what's happening going forward.feedback

Nov 07 2016

On the whole … we're setting the stage for global rotation that will take the U.S. out of bottom and toward the top.feedback

Nov 07 2016

It would just be that uncertainty that would feed market fear.feedback

Oct 28 2016

People have underestimated that pool of voters.feedback

Oct 26 2016

We actually think that this is going to continue to put pressure on earnings, and if that continues I think at some point we are going to have to reconsider the valuations that are put on this market.feedback

Oct 26 2016

Valuations are really priced for a much more optimistic outlook, and if we continue to slug along at earnings that are very pressured not only by energy, but also by the dollar, we think that could cause the market to reevaluate those multiples and we think that could take some real froth off the market.feedback

Oct 26 2016

It's more of a retail story, and that's where the issues are. The spending's just not coming in, and we're starting to see disappointments.feedback

Oct 05 2016

We still think earnings expectations are a little stretched.feedback

Oct 05 2016

Now depending on the outlook, we could grow into that, but we'd have to see some pretty serious growth to grow into the expectations that we have. I do think the market is well ahead of itself.feedback

Oct 05 2016

Just looking at their economic proposals, Clinton's proposal argues for higher revenues, for boosted tax revenues that are then cycled into fiscal spending that pushes into spaces where we really need investment, for example, infrastructure spending.feedback

Sep 22 2016

You could also see high-yield continue to perform. But basically, anything that will give investors the much-needed yield that they're desperate for.feedback

Sep 12 2016

While this has been a very good year for a lot of asset classes, a few things make me nervous.feedback

Sep 12 2016

Market complacency is waking up to the fact that it's going to be one or the other.feedback

Jul 21 2016

I do think they will go higher. The fundamentals support them; the fundamentals are rather scary fundamentals. ... We have seen an increase in conflict around the world, and that has not only increased U.S. defense spending, but it's also increased spending by its allies.feedback

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