Ryan Detrick - LPL Financial


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The No. 1 reason we could see weakness is that we haven't seen any for a while.feedback
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Nov 08 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 Ryan Detrick is associated, including Russell, S&P, and economy. Most recently, Ryan Detrick has been quoted saying: “We continue to see these streaks of 'least volatile' since when? Since the '60s. That was really the last time we saw a market this nonvolatile. And we continue to see it, again, a slow step higher is what we've been seeing all year, and it sure looks like it might continue here.” in the article The Nasdaq is having an unprecedented year, and just set another historic record.
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Sep 19 2017

It seems the market is holding its breath and waiting for what the Fed has to say regarding the economy and any future interest rate hikes. The market could throw a little bit of a fit if they push (balance sheet reduction) back. It could hurt financials and the overall market might not like the uncertainty.feedback

Sep 18 2017

At this point, most people have written off tax reform until spring of next year. If we get any indication that it could come sooner, that could lift the market.feedback

Sep 18 2017

The summer doldrums are coming to an end.feedback

Aug 30 2017 - Christmas

Strong economic data can't break the fact that late August is one of the sleepier times of the year. Geopolitical worries are still lingering, but with Congress scheduled to get back in session next week, we wouldn't be surprised to see some September volatility starting up quickly.feedback

Aug 21 2017 - NASA

Are the stars aligned for a major equity correction due to the eclipse? Fortunately, when a total solar eclipse has been seen in the U.S. since 1900, equity prices are up 17.2 percent a year later. So it appears our biggest worry isn't what stocks might do, but whether those glasses we bought online are officially approved by NASA.feedback

Aug 21 2017 - Trump Presidency

Should you ever invest based on the solar system? Absolutely not, as things like fundamentals, valuations, and technicals are still what will drive markets. Nonetheless, this once-a-life time event has many wondering what stocks have done around previous eclipses and the good news is the world doesn't end and equity gains are very common.feedback

Aug 21 2017 - NASA

Using data from NASA back to 1900 shows that it has been 26 years since the last total eclipse was visible in one of the 50 U.S. states, which more than doubled the previous longest streak of 11 years. Also, if you miss this one, you'll have to wait another six years for the next one.feedback

Jul 21 2017

A well-deserved 5 percent correction could take place at any time, if for no other reason than it has been a year since the last 5 percent correction. This is only the sixth time since 1950 that the S&P 500 has made it at least a year without so much as a 5 percent correction, and marks the longest streak since 1995.feedback

Jul 16 2017

This is only the sixth time since 1950 that the S&P 500 has made it at least a year without so much as a 5 percent correction, and marks the longest streak since 1995.feedback

Jul 16 2017

The odds of going the full year without a 5 percent correction are extremely slim.feedback

May 03 2017

Earnings have been strong across the board. The economy isn't quite as weak as that GDP (report) makes it look.feedback

Mar 21 2017 - UBS

We went 109 days without a 1 percent close lower on the S&P, which was the longest since 1995. When you have these long stretches without a 1 percent drop, the returns going out six to 12 months are actually very strong. It's kind of opposite of what you might think.feedback

Mar 21 2017 - UBS

We're still modestly off the all-time highs, and our general opinion is this could come in a couple more percent or so, but when you look at the economic backdrop, which is positive, it doesn't signal a major correction and it could signal a buying opportunity. Small caps continue to break down. That's obviously a warning sign. Crude and small caps are the two big ones. Both of these were cracking before today. Those are the harbingers we're watching. If those continue to weaken that could be a sign there's a little bit of a sign that more weakness could be coming into equity markets.feedback

Jan 25 2017 - Bull market

We do think bigger picture, this bull market, out into next year should continue. It took a little bit longer than I expected to get to 20,000, and the recent consolidation was nice to work off the overbought conditions coming into this year. You don't want it to make 21,000 too fast. That could be some sort of blow off equity top.feedback

Jan 25 2017 - Bull market

We do think bigger picture, this bull market, out into next year should continue. But the bottom line, this is a very extended near-term market. You don't want it to make 21,000 too fast. That could be some sort of blow off equity top.feedback

Jan 20 2017

Of course, it doesn't mean volatility can't be beneath the long-term average for another year or two, but be aware this period of a lull in volatility is getting long in the tooth. Coupled with economic uncertainty, despite some upside to growth prospects with the new administration, this further increases the chances of much more volatility later this year.feedback

Jan 12 2017

We're 64 days without a 1 percent drop in the S&P. Sixty-six was the previous longest, in the summer of 2014.feedback

Jan 12 2017

Between earnings and jockeying ahead of [Inauguration Day], clearly we think we could see some action in the big-cap names.feedback

Jan 12 2017

To see strength later in the day is potentially a positive, and today's reversal is nice, given the worry in the market about the uncertainty Donald Trump continues to bring to the table.feedback

Jan 12 2017

We're going to find out real fast if the rally we've had in financials is justified. The longest in a row was 1987 with 10 days.feedback

Jan 12 2017

We're in this incredible range-bound kind of boring market. Under the surface you have tech doing well and small caps lagging. Big caps are evening it out by going sideways.feedback

Dec 27 2016

Financials have taken the baton and run with it.feedback

Dec 16 2016

This economy is in good shape in our view. So, rates are rising for the right reasons and the economy is proving that, and that should be a potential positive for equities.feedback

Dec 12 2016

The economy seems to be accelerating to the upside. You're getting leadership from the right groups. We're extremely overextended in the near term, so a little weakness or consolidation makes sense. But it still looks pretty good.feedback

Nov 25 2016

There is a broad breadth to this move. New highs on four to five indexes. It's not just the one sector is leading ... When you consider small caps, the Russell, that's really telling you how significant this buying pressure has been.feedback

Oct 28 2016

What has happened the past four months is truly historic, in that nothing has happened. For equities to trade in this tight of a range near all-time highs is extremely rare and we probably have the election to thank for it, as big money would rather wait until the results before making any moves.feedback

Oct 21 2016

With the earnings recession showing signs of ending this quarter, the economy is on firmer footing, which could lead to your typical end of year strength.feedback

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