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Tom Essaye Quoted in CNBC on February 19, 2020

The lack of a guidance update can mean “mean the company doesn’t have much of an idea how big…” said Tom Essaye, co-founder of The Sevens Report.

Natural Gas Climbs to 10 Week High

Natural gas futures broke out above resistance on Friday and extended gains today, trading up to a 10 week high before meeting resistance at the 100 day moving average. To learn more about what is next in the natural gas market, simply sign up for a free trial on the right hand side of this page.

Your Weekly Economic Cheat Sheet

Last Week The calendar was busy, but the only numbers of any real importance last week were the flash global manufacturing PMIs. There were gives and takes, as always, but the bottom line was that they met current market expectations (and as such aren’t rocking the global macro boat). Growth remained strong in the U.S. […]

Need to Know on China

Need to Know on China China has been in the news the last two days, specifically a WSJ article speculating that the head of the PBOC will be replaced in October. This was the main headline cited for both Wednesday’s move higher, and yesterday’s breakdown. Before getting into the market reaction, though, basically what the […]

Stocks Crash Through Support

The S&P 500 is now down 2.5% from last week’s fresh all time highs, trading well below support at both the recent 1980 level as well as the 50 day moving average (1976).

It’s Not Just About Europe and the Long Bond

It’s Not Just About Europe and the Long Bond We focus predominantly on the long end of the curve here because that’s where I see the biggest money-making opportunity given the ETFs we have access to.  But, watching the entire yield curve is important in gauging the overall trend of bonds. To that end, I […]

The S&P 500 Has Now Totally Retraced the Pre-FOMC Rally

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