Monthly Archives: February 2013

Only The Second Sell Off Of The Year

The US economy is in its 11th quarter of “recovery”; and by all standards, this “recovery” is sub-par.  The reason the economy is in this recovery—rather than 11+ quarters of decline—is due of the combination of 2 factors: ultra-low interest … Continue reading

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SPX Return Since Feb 1: +0.47%

There is very little on the economic calendar over the course of the next two weeks.  Of note are the 10-Year and 30-Year Treasury Auctions this week (Wednesday and Thursday, respectively).  The FOMC Minutes will be released next Wednesday, February … Continue reading

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A Study in SPX Price Momentum

The NYSE experienced a low volume session today.  Among the factors responsible for this could be: Chinese New Year (China’s markets are closed all week) NEMO (effects of which still linger) State of the Union Address (Tuesday) VIX expiration (Wednesday) … Continue reading

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Fourth Quarter GDP “Anomalies” Fully Priced In

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A Matter Of The Utmost Importance

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Volatility Picks Up

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S&P Corrects; Earnings Season Continues

 

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