Tag Archives: Covid

April 13

JNJ Spooks the Market

February 15

All Bulled Up

By David Nelson, CFA CMT Markets pushed higher last week but clearly most of the economic data was soft. Jobless claims, Consumer Confidence and CPI all came in short of expectations. Earnings reports continue to be robust and well above estimates, but we’ve seen this movie before. A combination of lowered expectations and analysts behind the curve […]

October 26

Biggest risk for the market – It’s not what you think

The truth rarely lives on the extremes. Unless we’re about to unwind hundreds of years of economic data and history, long term equity returns are driven by earnings, cash flow, dividends and revenue in that order

October 05

Is Market Cap Becoming a Liability?

SPY vs IWM vs RSP – Investors are desperate for some new blood to do the heavy lifting

October 04

Market Reaction to Covid in the White House

There’s a reason why ratings for the House and Senate are the lowest in a generation

July 13

Disney World Reopens

By David Nelson, CFA CMT In the face of rising daily infections throughout much of the U.S. last week was a strong one for risk assets. We continue to march forward with plans to reopen the economy, but the recent viral surge has called into question plans for Fortune 500 companies to get back to […]