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The 1-Minute Market Report September 4, 2023

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  • For the week, the S&P 500 was up 2.5%. We are now just 1.6% below the 2023 high-water mark, set on July 31.
  • The market entered a Golden Cross configuration on February 2, 2023.
  • A recession remains a distinct possibility, especially if the Fed keeps rates high for longer than necessary to achieve their stated goal of 2% inflation.

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Originally posted on September 02, 2023

In this weekly analysis, we scrutinize the various asset classes, industries, equity categories, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that propelled the market higher and the market segments that defied the trend by declining.

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Trader, analyst & portfolio manager, from 1975 - 2001. Former head of equity trading at Northern Trust Co. in Chicago. Now a private investor, founder of a nonprofit investor advocacy firm, and private investing coach. It gives me great satisfaction to teach retail investors the same skills and strategies that I used with my high net worth clients as a private wealth manager. It may be a cliche, but giving something back to the community is more rewarding to me than helping very rich people get even richer.

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Excellent summary. I am expecting September to offer some buying opportunities in income holdings like BDCs and REITs. I have cash ready to deploy if that happens.
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