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In July 2015, I wrote a post on the linkage between commodity prices and stock prices during five periods of declining commodity prices in the past 35 years: 1980-1982, 1984-1986, 1997-1998, 2008-2009, and 2014-201. I concluded that four out of … Continue reading
I wrote an article yesterday about the growing divergence between the junk bond and equity markets. There is a second divergence within the equity market that is equally ominous.
I initially discussed the implications of widening junk bond spreads in a prescient September 2015 post titled “Widening Junk Bond Spreads: Bull Market in Peril,” which was inspired by a MarketWatch article titled “Junk Bond Market: Danger Ahead,” written by … Continue reading
I have written a number of recent articles about the troubling state of the equity markets. There have been many causes for concern: technical, fundamental, valuation, divergences, and global risks, among others. All of these are important, but none are … Continue reading
Many traders use technical and/or fundamental data, but few traders have discovered the unique benefits of using sentiment data in their investment process. Sentiment data attempts to quantify the emotional mood of investors and traders and can be used as … Continue reading