Fed in Overdrive, Economic Troubles, Technical Rally ?, Credit Suisse, OPEC +

October O mild October morning, Your leaves have ripened until autumn; The wind of tomorrow, if it’s wild, I should wash them all. The ravens above the forest call; Tomorrow they could form and leave. -Robert Frost, 1913 September Let me tell you about September. In September 21, the FOMC raised the Fed’s target for … Read more

There are many ways to look for a market fund – here’s what I’m looking for

Some market observers said June was THE lowest. Some people are impressed by the price action in late September and think the fourth quarter may lead to a resurgence of their theory that the Fed will be influenced to pause or reverse direction from falling futures prices for various commodities. prime. Value-oriented investors have turned … Read more

This stock market strategist says the coming recession could be the biggest ever. “I recommend prayer.”

Keith McCullough, founder and CEO of Hedgeye Risk Management, doesn’t mince words about the financial markets, the Federal Reserve, or the economy. Right now he has some less-than-charitable things to say about how Fed rate hikes have eradicated equity and bond investors. His investment research firm’s business models turned bearish on stocks and bonds in … Read more

Here’s a great tech name to put on your shopping list and how to buy it even if the bear market is far from over

Amid hopes of a bear killing October, a mixed start is underway on Monday, with technology under pressure. This is how Tesla shares plummet in the premarket after quarterly sales not good enough. Meanwhile, investors seem modestly impressed by the UK government’s efforts to extinguish a recently started market fire as another crisis could prepare … Read more

The bear market may not be over, but some corporate insiders are doing so

It’s premature to declare that the bear market is over, but it’s not too early to start building your stock buy list for when conditions are more favorable. This is the conclusion I draw from an analysis of recent privileged transactions by Nejat Seyhun, a professor of finance at the University of Michigan and one … Read more

Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP remembers Fulgent

RADNOR, Pennsylvania, Oct. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP (www.ktmc.com) informs investors that a class action over the securities has been filed in the United States District Court for the district Central California v. Fulgent Genetics, Inc. (“Shining”) (NASDAQ: FLGT). The action accuses Fulgent of violations … Read more

Stocks and bonds are “discounting for disaster” after the worst time for investors in 20 years

Things could always get worse. The S&P 500 SPX Index, -1.51% Friday consolidated its worst monthly percentage drop since the March 2020 pandemic freezes, but also joined the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -1.71% and Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, -1.51% in booking the worst 9-month period since 2002, according to Dow Jones Market Data. “The … Read more

“Painfully slow capitalization”: why investors keep getting inflation wrong

A brutal third quarter in financial markets ended Friday and one thing is extremely clear: inflation is the most important factor driving asset valuations right now and yet few, if any, people are able to predict with accuracy where it is likely to go. The reason? According to BofA Securities global economist Ethan Harris, professional … Read more

Altria and Juul conclude the non-compete agreement – here’s what it means for e-cigarette sales and marketing

Altria Group Inc. said Friday that it has taken a step that untangles it from its non-compete agreement with vaping company Juul Labs Inc., freeing both companies to pursue their own strategies. In a regulatory warehouse, the tobacco giant MO, -1.92% stated that it had exercised an option to be released from the non-compete obligations … Read more

Stock market bulls are hoping October is another “bear killer”. Because the skeptics are not convinced.

While September lived up to its reputation as a brutal month for equities, October tends to be a “bear market killer” known for its historically strong returns especially during the mid-term election years. Skeptics, however, warn investors that negative economic fundamentals could overwhelm seasonal trends as what has traditionally been the hardest time for equities … Read more