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- Welcome Back, Volatility
Momentum Stocks: Caution Ahead
Yesterday, 12:06 PM • 2 Comments
- What's Driving U.S. Stocks? Irony.
The Labor Market Conundrum: The Cyclical And The Secular
Wed, Mar. 25 • Comment!
- Ingredients Missing For A Turnaround In Brazil
- Worries About The Looming Fed Hike Spill Over
- Why Holding Cash May Mean Losing Money
- Searching For Yield Down Under
The Most Important Number No One Is Talking About
Sun, Mar. 1 • 74 Comments
- Can U.S. Equity Still Deliver If The Fed Hikes?
- Greece Clears First Hurdle: More To Come
- The Sectors Now On Shaky Ground
- The Next Act In The Greek Drama
- No Need To Fear Low Oil Prices
- How U.S. Stocks Lost Their Lead
Russ Koesterich Positions For 2015: Beware Divergences Of The Central Banks
- The pending divergences of the Central banks are preeminent this year.
- Normally the VIX is about 20% and it's not unusual to have periods when the spike is up to 30%, indicating that there is some real fear in the market.
- Asia is one of the more interesting opportunities in 2015.
- This U.S. recovery is different than anything we've seen in the past.
- Looking Ahead: What The ECB Might Do
Debunking The Myth Of An Oil-Driven Market Sell-Off
Wed, Jan. 14 • 12 Comments
- It's About The Fed
- Tips For Navigating The Market In 2015
Inflation Is Not Traveling In The Right Direction
Mon, Jan. 5 • 7 Comments
A Prelude Of What's To Come?
Dec. 22, 2014 • 2 Comments
- Stars Align This Holiday Shopping Season
- More Turbulence Ahead?
- 3 Winning Arguments For Japan
Dealing With Divergence
Dec. 9, 2014 • 1 Comment
- A Mix Of Central Bank Action And Oil
- When Defensive Stocks Are No Longer Defensive
- Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Outlook For Brazil
- U.S. Economy: The Disconnect Between Reality And Perception
- When Oil Prices Dip, Unexpected Winners Emerge
- What Stimulus Overseas Could Mean For U.S. Investors