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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Tom Essaye Interviewed with Fox Business on April 15, 2019

Tom Essaye interviewed with Fox Business. He talks about the market, earnings and more with Liz Claman.

Economic Breaker Panel: April Update

What’s in today’s report: Economic Breaker Panel: April Update, earnings review, futures, there are two economic reports to watch: Industrial Production (E: 0.3%) and the Housing Market Index (E: 63) and more.


S&P 500 Back At 2900: What’s Changed Since October

What’s in today’s report: S&P 500 Back At 2900, weekly market preview, weekly economic cheat sheet, Futures, Expectations of a U.S./China trade deal continue to rise and more.

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The Easiest Way to Explain This Market To Clients

What’s in today’s report: The easiest way to explain this market to clients, technical market update (volume not confirming the rally), Futures, earnings and more.

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Tom Essaye Quoted in CNBC on April 11, 2019

“This met current market expectations,” said Tom Essaye, founder of The Sevens Report. “But Fed officials also didn’t see any need to cut rates at this point either, and there wasn’t even much of a discussion…”

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Tom Essaye Quoted on Market Watch on April 12, 2019

“Bottom line, this earnings season is make or break for this market, because we need earnings growth to resume if the S&P 500 is going to…”