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June 13, 2022 Great StuffIt’s Times Like These… Great Ones, I was all ready to come into today like a new day rising … a brand-new sky to hang the stars upon tonight. I figured that after last week’s barrage of bad news and Wall Street’s accompanying sell-off, the markets would even out a bit. After all, most of […]
Ready for a Bear Market Rally? In history, some of the BIGGEST rallies have occurred in the middle of bear markets. Look at the dot-com bust or the Great Financial Crisis of 2008, each of them had powerful rallies in an incredibly short amount of time. So, the big question is: How do you know when they’re going to occur? Ted Bauman and Clint Lee give you the three conditions to look for and the sectors to hone in on.
Musk Buys Twitter? Expect FireworksDuring those 65 weekend hours, Elon Musk’s people and Twitter’s people will have “material conversations” about the former’s deal to buy the company. (During market hours they’d have to share everything publicly, given their potential impact on the company’s share price.) But we’re interested in the bigger picture. The longer term. The endgame. On the stock price front, the impact on Twitter’s share price is already baked in. Unless something derails the deal … entirely possible, as you’ll see … TWTR will cease to trade at $54.20 a share, about 4% upside from Monday’s closing price. But as Jay Gould discovered, the path to media’s commanding heights is never smooth.
Yield Curve Inversion, Recessions & SpiralsAs the Treasury yield curve goes "inverted" and Wall Street panics, I break down the practical results of yield curve inversions, the prospects of a near-term recession and what you can expect for your portfolio in 2022. Find out this and more in your Friday edition of Big Picture, Big Profits.
Powell’s Fed Flirts With RecessionIn the first Matrix movie (1999 vintage), a black cat crossing a hallway triggers a case of déjà vu for Neo. It was a sign that something was amiss … and that things were about to go downhill fast. Now I’m having my own episode of déjà vu … and maybe you are too. Because it all sounds too familiar. COVID striking the heart of a key industrial hub in China. The Chinese government locking down millions of citizens to prevent the spread even further. The cascade effect goes on to wreak havoc on supply chains, disrupting key ports and shipping activity. That’s not a recap of 2020 … that’s the latest news from this Sunday.