More volatility ahead, though it will likely dissipate somewhat in the short-term.
Entries Tagged as 'S&P 500'
August 30th, 2015 · No Comments
August 29th, 2015 · 1 Comment
The previous blog post lays out the reasoning that The Spiral Calendar may again be a useful forecasting tool. The Central Banks grip on price appreciation appears (at least for now) broken. We don’t doubt they will try to reassert that grip. The break seems to have begun near or on the May 19, all […]
August 29th, 2015 · No Comments
Jim Grant on “The Great Sedation.” There has been no appreciable volatility for four years. Jim Grant brilliantly labels this period, The Great Sedation. Cue the Ramones. The Spiral Calendar links emotional market (and human) events through time. The Central Banks deployment of The Great Sedation has surpressed emotional expression in markets, […]
August 25th, 2015 · No Comments
And that’s an understatement.
August 23rd, 2015 · No Comments
The Solunar Model may not have pinpointed the timing of the turn, but it’s call for a steep, October-like decline in August this year set it apart from the other seasonal models on Wall. St. click chart to enlarge Short dollar yen and long gold are virtually the same trade, and have been for a […]
August 20th, 2015 · 1 Comment
The Asian panic is spreading to North America and Europe. We underestimate the pressures from that region at our own risk.
August 18th, 2015 · 1 Comment
It’s too early to assess the impact of the just-passed, seasonal stock low.
August 16th, 2015 · No Comments
In most years, the seasonal low for equities occurs in September or October, from which a 4th quarter rally usually ensues. Our seasonal work, and ours alone on Wall St., shows that this year’s seasonal bottom falls in August.
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