View From The Hill: BOJ Policy Decision Surprises Markets and Scares Investors

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  Sometimes the best surprise is no surprise at all, but the Bank of Japan thought otherwise. It pitched the market a curve ball last night when it decided not to increase its QE stimulus program and leave rates unchanged. Instead, it decided give the negative interest rate policy it implemented in January more time […]

View From The Hill: October-28-2015

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Commentary and Performance Today’s trading was most definitely data dependent and this one was solely dependent upon the Federal Reserve’s latest announcement to leave interest rates unchanged. The SP-500 made a new 1-month high and closed @ 2090.35 (+24.46 / +1.18%). The Nasdaq-100 also hit a new 1-month high and finished @ 4678.58 (+39.35 / +0.85%). Stealing the […]

View From The Hill: October-23-2015

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Commentary and Performance Today’s positive economic data out of the USA and Europe combined with central banks’ global coordination to “stimuflate” their economies gave stocks another boost. The SP-500 closed @ 2017.15 (+22.64 / +1.10%) and the Nasdaq-100 settled @ 4624.09 (+120.87 / +2.68%). Small caps continue to struggle with clearing key resistance levels despite […]