Rick Meckler - LibertyView Capital Management

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Once you delay it, the more time that goes on the more further changes can happen. The sell-off is a quick reaction to how much uncertainty is ahead when it comes to significant corporate tax change.feedback
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Nov 09 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Rick Meckler is associated, including Fed and Poor. Most recently, Rick Meckler has been quoted saying: “A lot of people are looking to that corporate tax cut as a reason for the next leg up in stocks. We are in a market that has just been on an absolute low-volatility, steady climb for quite a while, so you don't need much of a reason for it to take a periodic step back, particularly a small step back.” in the article Wall Street slips as Merck drops, tax talk rattles.
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May 09 2017 - IPhone

It's just reflective of how powerful a franchise it is. It may be the most powerful franchise in the country today. Considering that it has a limited number of products, it has really dominated that market in a way that few companies have, and it's been able to retain margins despite lots of competitors.feedback

Apr 12 2017

It would be very important what they (banks) offer as forecast because stock prices imply better times ahead and investors are looking for assurances and positive forecasts to be issued.feedback

Mar 21 2017

That would cause investors to maybe take a pause in what has been a buy-the-dip mentality since the election.feedback

Feb 21 2017

There was a period last week, I think, where people were getting a little worried about whether the administration was getting sidetracked. A couple days later, those worries seem to have temporarily subsided.feedback

Jan 30 2017 - Immigration

These two things were most important. We seem totally caught up now in immigration reform and travel restrictions. Those are not things the business community is necessarily excited about.feedback

Jan 19 2017

I think volatility will rise. I think this is a lull before his ability to actually take actions.feedback

Jan 17 2017

You're getting some give-back to the areas that have really done well with the Trump election. There's a little less confidence that if you try to change everything that anything specific will change. It's causing people to question which of the things they've counted on will actually pass.feedback

Oct 19 2016

Better energy prices are seen as a statement that maybe the economy is a little bit stronger.feedback

Oct 19 2016

The severe weakness in energy prices really took a toll. We've had a few starts up only to see prices fall, but this time it seems different, the price holding for longer and investors are warming to the sector.feedback

Oct 04 2016

People are certainly waiting for that inevitable interest rate rise by the Fed, but I think they're just not sure if that's a sign that things are better and earnings are likely to improve, or a reason for people to sell stocks because rates are rising.feedback

Sep 19 2016

You're in a cycle in the market where political uncertainty and economic uncertainty are just so high that investors are taking advantage of any move up to sell and any selloff to buy. As a result we're stuck in a trading range that we probably can't break out of until you get through the Fed meeting, and you get through probably the debate next Monday, and you get a lot closer to the next round of earnings releases.feedback

Aug 09 2016

The dominant theme in global markets is low interest rates and liquidity and the support it provides for the stock market, for equities globally. Every fearful drop in the global stock market has been met by this lack of alternatives and cheap cost of financing... It's a 'risk on' when the world's central banks have your back.feedback

Aug 04 2016

They have just become such powerful, dominant market players that they don't face quite the pressures of other companies.feedback

Jun 02 2016

The issue for the market for really the last several weeks has been whether there is enough top-line growth at companies and growth in the economy to support what looks like a higher interest rate from the Fed. Numbers today made people a little more confident.feedback

May 17 2016

For every step forward in the market like yesterday, it just seems like it's met with a step back on a day like today.feedback

Apr 25 2016

This is hardly a big selloff but we are having trouble breaking through (to new highs on the S&P) because of a lack of consistently good earnings and economic data.feedback

Jan 13 2016

People have seen in the past that these oil rallies have been very short, and to the extent they influence the equity markets, there is certainly some profit-taking going on. People are selling every rally that is based on the movement of oil, because by the end of the day it can turn around and be down another 5 percent.feedback

Apr 04 2014

They're good. You're quibbling over a pretty small differential. It looks like the party goes on.feedback

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