Tag Archives: CPI

June 13

Recession!

By David Nelson, CFA The two-year treasury yield briefly pushed above the 10 year early this morning. On a sustained basis it’s often thought of as a leading indicator of a coming recession. Some parts of the curve are already inverted and of course all this comes on the heels of a very disappointing inflation […]

June 09

5 is the new 2

David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne

May 16

The Money Runner: Talking Points Week 20

By David Nelson, CFA As we head into week 20 for 2022 there’s one question on every investor’s mind: Was Friday’s surge off the bottom the beginning of something sustainable or just a one day cease fire in a war that has wiped $7 Trillion in the S&P 500 alone? First, from a technical perspective nothing […]

April 13

CPI – Highest in 40 years

CPI highest in 40 years. David joins Fox Business anchor Charles Payne to discuss.

December 13

Elephant in the Room

Friday’s #CPI and today’s #PPI are going to shape the narrative for the rest of the year and well into 2022. $FDX preview…

November 15

Markets 2022 – Flat is the new up

By David Nelson, CFA CMT As 2021 draws to a close it’s easy to identify the catalysts and factors that drove equity performance. It gets a little harder for strategists charting a course forward especially with data shifting dramatically month to month and a news cycle that presents us with a new set of challenges […]

October 18

PPI vs CPI – Why it matters!

By David Nelson, CFA In the face of rising investor concern on a range of issues stocks put in a strong week adding to month to date gains. The pivotal moment came Thursday with the S&P delivering its strongest day in months up +1.7%. Add Friday’s monster earnings beat from Goldman (GS) and the glass […]