Recession Fears Spike (Probably Too Much)

Recessionary Fears Catapult Higher Every stock market correction prices in some recession fears. It’s normal to expect an uptick in expectations for a recession after declines. The larger the decline, the more fear ramps up. A prime example was late last year when stocks fell 20%. This latest correction is different because the 10-2 year…

European Banks in Crises?

A low liquidity day has brought with it another large rally to markets but what is more pressing is the performance (or lack thereof) in the European financial sector. Europe's banks are at 20 year lows, dire straights in some cases and the implications are not wonderful. Don will walk through where YOU can take…

Volatile Week Ends With Stocks Gains

Stocks End The Week On A Positive Note The S&P 500 was up 1.44% on Friday, but it still closed down 1.03% for the week. The chart below shows the volatile action and the reversals throughout the week. The 2.93% decline on Wednesday sunk stocks for the week. The S&P 500 is down 4.53% from…

Manufacturing Sector - Now Contracting

Model Of ISM Manufacturing PMI Based on the rate of change of the recent manufacturing data, it’s clear manufacturing is falling into a contractionary phase. This won’t be one or 2 weak readings. It will be a manufacturing recession like 2015-2016. However, that call won’t generate alpha because it is the consensus at this point.…

These Factors Point Towards More Volatility Ahead...

Markets continued to throw off huge moves this past week and with it have come significant opportunities. Nevertheless, markets are all about what's next and Don will provide countless details pointing towards more volatility ahead. Specifically, you will gain insight into what products you need to be watching and why risk is being masked by…

Treasury Curve Now Calls for 39% Chance Of A Recession

Windshield Wiper Thursday The stock market was like a windshield wiper on Thursday because it moved back and forth. Even though the action wasn’t as sharp as we’ve seen in previous days, it was significant, because if the market would have closed at the low of the day, it would have made a new correction…

Consumers Won’t Let the Economy Fall Into A Recession

Another Manufacturing Slowdown Without An Economic Recession July monthly reading for sales growth was fantastic. However, the industrial production report was weak. It appears in the 2nd half of 2019 heading into early 2020, there will be another manufacturing recession, but consumption growth will be solid. That would make this situation like 2015-2016. There are 2…

Opportunities in Stocks Making New 52 Week Lows

With all the volatility and focus on equities and bonds, there are hidden opportunities in trending stocks making new lows.  In tonight's video, Corey reveals results from a key scan for "weak stocks getting weaker" and discusses current targets and future opportunities in these candidates...

Yield Curve Inversion Sends Stocks Careening Lower

Major Market Carnage As Yield Curve Inverts As expected, stocks fell sharply after the 10-2 year yield spread inverted briefly. This was its first inversion since August 2007 which was 12 years ago. The Wednesday trading session became historic because the U.S. 30 year treasury yield fell to a record low and the German 10…

Household Debt Hits $13.87 Trillion In Q2

Redbook Sales Growth Falls Again In the all-important back to school shopping season, Redbook yearly same store sales growth declined from the prior week. In the week of August 10th, yearly growth fell from 5.1% to 4.4%. In the past few weeks, it has been mostly below 5%. In rate of change terms, that’s weak,…

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