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Chinese Imports and Exports Decline Big in November

Shutterstock photo We start a new week of trading waking up to lower market closes across the Pacific, with Asian indexes like the Nikkei in Japan -2% and Hong Kong -1.2%. This came on the heels of big…

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Manufacturing Growth is Up or Down

US Census says manufacturing new orders declined in October. On the other hand, the Federal Reserve says Industrial Production subindex manufacturing improved in October – but the year-over-year rate of growth slowed. Part of the difference between US…

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Three Charts That Show the Importance Of A Competitive Bid/Offer NBBO

Shutterstock photo We in equity markets sometimes take for granted the level of transparency and the quality of information available.  We forget how that creates a competitive market for bids and offers that benefits all investors. What a…

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The Midwest's Top Talent Is Looking For Greener Pastures

Shutterstock photo If you have a set of specific set of skills, look no further than the Midwest for your next job. With lower unemployment and higher job-opening rates that the rest of the country, the Midwest now…

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Markets Spring Back To Life

Shutterstock photo Fresh economic data in the form of new  non-farm payroll numbers  for November have been released this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and the results have swung pre-market futures into the green. This…

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Is The Economy Heading Into A Recession?

Shutterstock photo By Avi Gilburt, ElliottWaveTrader.net Recently, one of my members of Elliottwavetrader was in attendance at the 32nd Economic Outlook Symposium hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. On the first day, he sat in a room with 150…

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Is This The Most Crucial Factor For Oil In 2019?

Shutterstock photo The oil market is understandably in a state of suspense this week, eagerly fixated on the events unfolding in Vienna. But regardless of what happens, the market is in for a potentially rough ride as we…

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A 'Death Cross' Sounds Scary, But Is It?

Shutterstock photo Over the last few days, there has been some talk about an ominous sounding technical chart pattern that has looked imminent for a while, and if the S&P 500 closes anywhere close to the levels indicated…

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The Chilton Retail Tracker Signals Positive For Retail REITs

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The Market and Economic Legacy of President George H.W. Bush

Shutterstock photo Nasdaq and NYSE are closed today, in accordance with the national day of mourning declared by President Trump, to honor the life of George H. W. Bush, the forty-first President of the United States. It is…

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