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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Contrarian Opportunity in Permian Shale Stocks?

What’s in today’s report: FOMC and ECB takeaways (both dovish as expected, but neither will help stocks rally), Energy Market Update – solidly bullish, an opportunity in Permian Shale Energy Stocks? and more.

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Tom Essaye Quoted in Barron’s on April 9, 2019

Tom Essaye Quoted in Barron’s on April 9, 2019. “It is a very quiet morning with stock futures trading slightly lower while most overseas markets edged…”

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Earnings Preview: Good, Bad, Ugly

What’s in today’s report: Earnings season preview: The good, the bad, and the ugly, Futures, there is one economic report ahead of the open: CPI (E: 0.3%, 0.2%), weekly EIA data is due out at 10:30 a.m. ET, 10-Year Treasury Note Auction at 1:00 p.m. ET and more.

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Sevens Report Quoted in Market Watch on April 9, 2019

The Energy Information Administration report on U.S. petroleum supplies due Wednesday “will likely be the most-important catalyst for the energy market this week…” wrote analysts at the Sevens Report.

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Tom Essaye Quoted in U.S. News on April 5, 2019

Tom Essaye Quoted in U.S. News on April 5, 2019. He recently compiled this list of seven things that need to happen for the market to make it back to new highs this year…

Can The S&P 500 Breakthrough 2900?

What’s in today’s report: The next positive catalyst for stocks (potentially), weekly market preview, weekly economic cheat sheet, Futures, U.S./China trade talks and more.