Saturday, August 17, 2019

Don’s Notebook March 12, 2018

Expected economic reports are extremely heavy this week with a bulk of them coming Wednesday through Friday. Today, February's Treasury budget will reflect the early...

Morning Notes Jan. 3, 2018

The U.S. Senate reconvenes today and will be considering a spending bill to avoid a government shutdown later this month. The Institute for Supply Management’s...

Don’s Notebook April 19, 2018

This morning’s pre-market Initial Jobless claim report was favorable, at 232,000 in the April 14 week. This is 5,000 higher than the mid-March reading...

Midterms and Markets: How Tomorrow’s Election Matters

How might the midterm elections ripple through financial markets? There are three possible outcomes in tomorrow's midterm elections: Republicans retain control of both houses...

Don’s Notebook August 2, 2018

President Trump proposed a higher 25 percent tariff yesterday on $200 billion in Chinese goods causing global markets to trade lower overnight bringing the...

Don’t Forget about Iranian Sanctions Early Monday

President Trump's trade spat with China has gained a lot of attention this week, but don't forget U.S. sanctions on Iran take effect on...

Don’s Notebook May 23, 2018

New homes have been one of the strongest areas of the economy, however today's April New Homes Sales Report is expected to show a...

Don’s Notebook February 6, 2018

Yesterday’s wild U.S. stock session, which saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average drop as much as 1,500 points, went global last night. The MSCI...

Market Action Summary: 1/7/19

Click here to register for the webinar, which begins at 4:30 p.m. ET. S&P 500 Overview: Consolidation Likely S&P 500 3%+ above 10DMA (overbought) despite bearish...

Don’s Notebook March 14, 2018

Today's retail sales report offered the first indications on the strength of consumer spending in February. The US Census Bureau report showed that the...
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