http://marylydon.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://marylydon.com/ “This week, in the spirit of Halloween, we discuss what might scare markets.”
Month: October 2016
http://littleparadisehotel.com/facility/premium-movie-channels/ “The Chinese yuan was added to the International Monetary Fund’s basket of currencies, called Special Drawing Rights, on October 1, 2016.”
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“In our election playbook, we discuss some investments that could possibly receive an election boost.”
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“Upgraded financials to neutral from negative/neutral. Downgraded consumer discretionary to negative/neutral from neutral.”
“High-yield’s impressive year-to-date performance has left the market on the expensive side of fair value and susceptible to pullbacks related to equity market or oil weakness.”
“We take a closer look at market technicals and sentiment this week with the historically volatile second half of October upon us.”
We examine the economic, political, and market landscape through the lyrics of Bob Dylan, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature last week.
“Money market reform goes into effect this Friday, October 14, 2016, and its impact has already been felt by markets.”