View From The Hill: June-2-2016

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Market Condition Analysis Commentary No comments this evening…. Tomorrow will be an important day for both investors and traders as the eagerly awaited Non-Farm Payrolls report for May-2016 will be released and shed some clues on the data dependent Federal Reserve’s bias towards raising interest rates.   (See list of market moving events and asset […]

View From The Hill: August-12-2015

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Market Summary News of China’s further devaluation of the Yuan upon evidence of continued economic weakness sent U.S. stock prices falling during the first hour of trading. However, the bulls made quick mincemeat of the bears and gored them into submission by pushing stocks into positive territory. Other asset classes which distinguished themselves were Gold […]

View From The Hill: May-8-2015

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Commentary Equities: Investors received the news of the much awaited employment report very positively. All the major U.S. stock indices gapped up on the open and finished the day in positive territory. The SP-500 (SPY) made a new 4-day high and initiated a new short-term uptrend. The Nasdaq-100 (QQQ) and Russell-2000 (IWM) both

View From The Hill: Deflation Shadows Bulls With Disequilibrium in Capital Markets

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Deflation is casting a larger shadow over the U.S. equity bull market and I believe that the Fed may be forced to defer raising rates if the U.S. Dollar continues its upward trajectory while weaker G-8 members (Japan, China, and Europe) maintain highly accommodative policies. As the last man standing, the USA is winning by […]