US Stocks Rally. Can It Continue for Investors?
The US stock market rally we had been writing about over recent weeks will likely continue, possibly taking the S&P 500 Index to between
Bear Market Rally? Here’s What Investors Should Know
In the US, the S&P 500 Index ended last week up 2.6%, in what could be the start of a significant bear market rally.
Why Stagflation is the Most Likely Outcome in the US
Let’s talk about stagflation The market’s increasingly rapid mood swings between recession fear and inflation panic are not only confusing. They also miss an important
This is the Fed’s window of opportunity to hike rates quickly – equities will not likely get a break
Last year, I wrote in this column about the "VILE economy" - that is, the "Volatile Inflation Low Expansion economy". A bit of history:
From Inflation Fear to Recession Panic: How to Position Your Portfolio?
Investors are getting to grips with a new reality; stock markets have turned from inflation fear to recession panic. And this is exactly in
Recession Fears in the US Likely to Gather Momentum
The twin challenges of rising US rates and recession are still dominating market sentiment. As such, we view bounces in US stocks in this
US Bear Market Likely to Continue While Chinese Stocks May Benefit
Unfortunately for investors there is no end in sight to the US bear market, despite the Friday rebound last week. Indeed, if history is
US Stocks on Verge of Breakdown; Chinese Stocks Attempting Breakout
The S&P 500 Index fell 5.1% last week as renewed inflation fears drove up Treasury yields and rates expectations. As I wrote last week,
Market refocuses on the Fed dilemma – the choice between inflation or recession
Powell’s choice – inflation or recession? US equities price action over the past two weeks highlights the Federal Reserve’s policy dilemma: it is walking
US equities technical rebound likely to continue on easing of rates fears
Technical rebound in US equities continues. The S&P 500’s bounce off the 3,820 technical support region accelerated last week, with the index gaining 6.6%
Buy the Dip in Stocks: Are We There Yet?
Recently, the focus in stock markets has been on the big “R” of “Recession” in the US. The S&P 500 Index enjoyed a bounce
Recession Risk in the US: What Does It Mean for Stocks?
Right now, US equities – using the S&P 500 Index as a proxy – are bouncing around on the edge of a bear market.