Balancing Act

Balancing act.  Stocks rose yesterday as investors awaited some comforting words from lawmakers on economic stimulus. Oil rallied on news that President Trump may intervene in the spat between energy heavyweights Saudi Arabia and Russia.   N O T E…

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Hunkering Down

Hunkering down.  Stocks experienced another selloff amidst continuing fear of a recession.  The selling was not limited to stocks as bonds, commodities, and even gold found their way onto the chopping block.   N O T E W O R…

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Financial Medicine

Financial medicine.  Stocks rallied yesterday as the administration shared its plans to heal the sickening economy.  The Fed continued to roll out stimulus for banks and added a package for corporations as well.   N O T E W O R…

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Below Deck

Below deck.  Stocks were hit hard yesterday after traders digested economic news over the weekend and Chinese economic numbers were worse than expected.  A regional Fed report showed manufacturing conditions in the region deteriorated by a record amount confounding fear…

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Winter in Springtime

Winter in springtime.  Stocks rallied in an epic snapback on Friday in response to Government action.  The move in stocks almost made up for the prior day’s loss which was the largest single day percentage loss since 1987.   N O T…

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Aches Aplenty

Aches aplenty.  Stocks were hit hard yesterday after being disappointed by Wednesday night’s Oval Office speech and the ECB’s keeping rates steady. The Fed stepped in with a massive liquidity package which was only met by a brief applause before…

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Madness, Continued

Madness, continued.  Stocks fell yesterday on upset hopes of stimulus and the WHO labeling the Coronavirus a pandemic. The eleven year old bull market ended for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which entered bear territory yesterday.     N O…

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Promises, Promises

Promises, promises.  Stocks rebounded yesterday on hopes that the Administration will provide relief for virus stricken workers and companies. Treasury yields swung wildly upward continuing their unprecedented behavior.   N O T E W O R T H Y  …

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Time Out

Time out.  Stocks sold off yesterday objecting to the cocktail of crude oil and coronavirus.  Bond yields continue to fall catching money fleeing from equities.   N O T E W O R T H Y   Description: Stocks have been…

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Slippery Argument

Slippery argument.  Stocks fell on Friday as Coronavirus fears continue to grip the markets. Crude oil fell along with the energy sector as the Saudis failed to make a deal with the Russians on supply cuts.   N O T…

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