Kenny Polcari, Adam Johnson, Tom Essaye, The Sevens Report, The Bell Podcast

Tom Essaye on “The Bell” Podcast with Kenneth Polcari and Adam Johnson

I was a guest on Adam Johnson’s podcast “The Bell” last week. We talk about the reality of tax reform, tax trade, geopolitics, and the bond market, straight from the NYSE Floor. We were also joined by Kenneth Polcari, Director, O’Neil Securities, director of NYSE Floor. Get a free two-week trial of Tom Essaye’s Sevens Report—everything you[…]

Last Week and This Week in Economics, April 17, 2017

Last Week in Economics – 4.10.17 The two important economic numbers came out Friday when markets were closed, so they didn’t receive much attention, although they should have. Both numbers (CPI and Retail Sales) further eroded the reflation trade thesis and will increase worries the economy is losing momentum. Starting with retail sales, the headline[…]

Fed Balance Sheet Primer

Fed Balance Sheet Primer, April 11, 2016

An excerpt below from today’s subscriber edition of Sevens Report. Fed Balance Sheet Primer Markets remain consumed by politics and geopolitics, but really the biggest macro surprise so far for 2017 came from the Fed last week, with the realization that they could begin to shrink their balance sheet in 2017. That event has potentially[…]

Bullseye

Tom Essaye on “The Bell” Podcast with Dan Wiener and Adam Johnson

I was a guest on Adam Johnson’s podcast “The Bell” last week. We talk auto sales, free tuition, and a lot more. We were also joined by Dan Wiener, editor of the The Independent Adviser for Vanguard Investors, who shares his 5 favorite funds and most “liquid” investment. Get a free two-week trial of Tom Essaye’s Sevens Report—everything[…]

Last Week and This Week in Economics, April 10, 2017

Last Week in Economics – 4.3.17 Signs of a slight loss of economic momentum continued last week, and while on an absolute level growth remains “fine,” stocks need consistently better data to off-set lack of action in Washington, and that’s simply not happening right now. As a result, stocks are “stuck” at the current levels[…]

Bond market problems

Bond Market Problems (That May Become Stock Market Problems), April 5, 2017

This is an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report—everything you need to know about the markets in your inbox by 7am, in 7 minutes or less. One of the reasons I watch all asset classes so closely is because I’ve learned that other sectors often will confirm (or not confirm) a move in the stock market.[…]

Auto Sales Responsible

Why Are Stocks Falling? Blame Auto Sales (seriously). April 4, 2017

Below is an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report. Cut through the noise and understand what’s truly driving markets, as this new political and economic reality evolves—start your free two-week trial today.  Economic data was the major influence on markets yesterday, and while most of the focus was on the ISM Manufacturing PMI and the Markit manufacturing[…]

Sevens Report - April 3, 2017 - This Week and Last Week

Last Week and This Week in Economics, April 3, 2017

“Last Week and This Week in Economics”—an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report: everything you need to know about the markets in your inbox by 7am, in 7 minutes or less. Last Week Economic data was sparse again last week, but what data did come beat expectations (although it didn’t do a lot to bridge the gap between survey-based indicators[…]

The Sevens Report, March 27, 2017

Last Week and This Week in Economics, March 27, 2017

“Last Week and This Week in Economics”—an excerpt from today’s Sevens Report: everything you need to know about the markets in your inbox by 7am, in 7 minutes or less. For all of 2017, better-than-expected economic data has helped to offset the decreased likelihood of pro-growth policies from Washington, and that continued last week as what little economic data[…]