History suggests the answer is probably no

History suggests the answer is probably no. More often, the reversal of a yield-curve inversion has signaled that the wheels are about to come off the economy and the stock market with it, according to Tom Essaye, a former Merrill Lynch trader and founder of Sevens Report Research.

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An Update from Dr. Copper

What’s in today’s report: Futures are little changed following more U.S./China trade optimism, President Trump said he expects to host Chinese Premier Xi at the White House “soon”, earnings after the bell were mixed at INTC badly missed and more.

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Earnings Season Takeaway (Mild Positive)

What’s in today’s report: Earnings season early takeaway (mildly positive), sector winners from a U.S./China trade deal announcement, EIA & oil market update, futures are little changed following a generally quiet night and more.

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The Case for Healthcare

What’s in today’s report: The case for healhcare, stock futures are flat as yesterday’s melt-up rally to new all-time closing highs, notable earnings releases today and more.

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Tom Essaye Interviewed with Bloomberg’s Daybreak Asia on April 22, 2019

Tom Essaye Interviewed with Bloomberg’s Daybreak Asia on April 22, 2019. He joined Doug Krizner & David Ingles to discuss markets, Fed, inflation and more.

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Tyler Richey Quoted in Bloomberg on April 22, 2019

Tyler Richey quoted in Bloomberg on April 22, 2019. “It’s been made clear that Trump is very serious about enforcement of the sanctions…”

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Tyler Richey Quoted in MarketWatch on April 19, 2019

Tyler Richey Quoted in MarketWatch on April 19, 2019. The $33 billion deal “refocused the energy markets on the U.S. shale industry…and Russia took notice as the nation’s finance minister…”