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China’s 10-year Yield Bumping 4%

By Tom McClellan – Even before President Trump’s Asia trip, Chinese 10-year sovereign bond yields have been pushing higher. And that means we should expect the same for US 10-year T-Note yields. I wrote about this relationship...

How J&J Can Be A $150 Stock

Johnson & Johnson, despite its already massive scale, has impressed investors with gains over the last two years, adding roughly 40% to its market value. The company’s stock has increased from around $103 at the end of 2015 to nearly $140 now. Can this growth continue?

Bullish Sentiment Sinks Below Historical Average, Pessimism Jumps To Two-Month High

Expectations that stock prices will rise over the next six months plunged 15.8 percentage points in the latest AAII Sentiment Survey.

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Roy Moore’s Lawyer Pens Demand Letter As Embarrassing As His Client Above The Law Trump’s […]

Opening Bell: 11.17.17

Morgan Stanley is walloping Goldman in commodities; Elon Musk rolls out a(n allegedly) very fast car; robot backflips; and more.

Commerce Secretary Good At Napping, Bad At Math

Wilbur Ross may be carrying a few too many ones when calculating his net worth and his p.e. firm's fees.

The Hanging Chads Point In Nelson Peltz’s Direction

We’ve got a real nailbiter as Peltz and Procter & Gamble move into the vote interpretation stage of the proxy contest.

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Unmasking the VooDoo: Trends

When discussing technical analysis and trends, the erudite snoots among us, which unfortunately can include me, like to talk about physics. Objects, or trends, in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. That's inertia and yes, markets have it. Show More Summary

Shiller Is Wrong

My latest post for Alpha Baskets is published and includes the following; According to there are 58 ETFs focused on technology totaling about $70 billion. They all appear to be index funds or smart beta funds, but any use of these funds would clearly be part of an active strategy. Ditto any other sector […]

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