Tag Archives: Oil

May 23

It’s worse than we thought!

By David Nelson, CFA The debate over peak inflation and whether it’s arrived or still lies in front of us really doesn’t matter anymore. Whatever metric you’re using, retail giants Target (TGT) and Walmart (WMT) along with a host of other retailers have confirmed our worst fears. It’s worse than we thought (Click on charts […]

April 04

We’re not in Kansas anymore

By David Nelson, CFA Investors entered 2022 with several issues that needed to be resolved. The bubble in non-profitable technology stocks had already started to unwind and inflation was well on its way to becoming a problem not just for investors and the FOMC but for everyday Americans. Add a war breaking out in Ukraine that escalated […]

November 08

Demand Destruction

By David Nelson, CFA CMT On the heels of a dovish Fed meeting and strong employment report the S&P finished the week up better than 2%. Even more compelling, Friday marked the seventh straight session stocks ended the day at a closing all-time high. Is there anything that can stop this train and maybe more […]

May 06

America goes back to work

David joins BNN host Amanda Lang

April 23

It’s worse than that

David joins the Newsmax panel to discuss the latest on markets and the economy.

April 23

Oil – We’ve been attacked

David joins Fox Business host Charles Payne to discuss the latest on oil markets. “This is the tail end of a near nuclear attack on the U.S. energy complex by a supposed ally Saudi Arabia.”

November 26

Policy Mistake

By David Nelson, CFA Thanksgiving wasn’t enough to attract the bulls as the shortened holiday week saw additional selling setting up a retest of the October lows. There was no single catalyst but the continued selloff in oil was notable as crude touched the lowest levels in more than a year. Economists and portfolio managers […]

November 22

It’s Complicated

$USO #Saudi Arabia

November 12

Are earning’s estimates starting to rollover?

By David Nelson, CFA With a few unresolved close calls in some of the key battleground states, Election results came in as expected. The consensus outcome prevailed with Democrats retaking the house and Republicans holding on to the Senate. There are several issues that enjoy bi-partisan support including infrastructure and the lowering of drug prices […]

June 26

Recession Obsession

By David Nelson, CFA I look at my watch, it’s already noon as I go through my Sunday reads getting ready for the start of trading Monday. Every week seems to have a theme and it looks like the obsession this week, is what the next recession will look like. On Friday, the Bank of […]