Why Are The Markets Not Correcting

So let’s get to it, what did we learn over the past week? We were informed by Intel that its computer chips were affected by a bug that makes them vulnerable to hacking. All computers with Intel chips from the past 10 years are affected. Considering that computer chips are basically the backbone and brain behind… Please follow and like us:

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Merrill: Managers Expect Stock Peak in ‘2019 or Beyond’

Global investors raised their allocation to equities to net 55% overweight in January, a two-year high, according to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey. Allocation to bonds fell to a four-year low of net 67% underweight. Investors in January were the most overweight equities relative to government bonds since August 2014, Merrill… Please follow and like us:

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Investors Say End of Bull Market Is Coming, but They Feel Fine

U.S. investors anticipate the protracted bull market to reverse course sometime this year, but aren’t getting too worked up about it, a third-quarter telephone survey by Wells Fargo/Gallup found. Indeed, the poll found investors fairly comfortable with the market as it lingers near historic highs. Sixty-one percent said it was a good time to invest, and… Please follow and like us:

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Trading Diary: A fine line between investing profit and loss

WASHINGTON, February 27, 2017 – We read a stock market analyst’s comment on the CNBC web site today that made us nervous: “‘We have transitioned from an interest-rates driven bull market to an earnings-driven bull market. That’s the main story,’ said Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James. ‘I think we’ve got another six, seven… Please follow and like us:

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