Apple’s warning is a test of investors’ long-running love with the growth stocks

The revenue warning issued on Monday by Apple Inc. is another test of investors’ long-running love affair with so-called growth stocks. For weeks, investors have bet that the giant technology stocks that have led the market would march on despite the disruption and economic slowdown in China caused by the coronavirus. They’ve continued to put […]

What to expect in the week of the central banks 20.01 – 24.01.2020

The monstrous stock rally continues at full steam, fueled by new tax breaks generated by Trump’s tax reform and better-than-expected China GDP figures. Europe, the US and China have registered increases, with US indexes peaking after peak. Despite the uncertainty weighing on the markets in the face of conflicts between the US and Iran, Brexit, […]

Money Flow before the start of European trading this morning

A big day in Europe as the UK elections are to come, but we also expect decisions on the SNB and ECB base interest rate later. The pound continues to trade upward at the start of the session against the backdrop that the Conservatives will win the majority, but the battle is closer than you […]

Money Flow before the start of European trading this morning

The major currencies retain the calm tone of the morning, all of which are traded in a narrow range for the time being. The overall risk of sentiment remains stable after Friday’s extremely strong US employment report. Looking ahead to the session, there is not a lot of important economic news that can move the […]

Money Flow before the start of European trading this morning

Mixed sentiment early morning, as the pound still looks like the best currency along with the Canadian backed by BOC and oil – while the Australian is trading down due to poor retail sales data. The big focus of the markets again falls on the risk sentimentality and, of course, trade relations between the US […]

Money Flow before the start of European trading this morning

We have been split days since last month for the year, and the S & P500 is on the verge of getting its best performance since 2013. Historically, in most cases, the rally continued in December. Perhaps the exception is the December 2018 sell-off. It was also the worst month for the US markets since […]

Conditions for stock picking are improving

After months of frequently trading together, shares of big U.S. companies have begun to diverge, more often rising or falling on fundamentals or company-specific news. The average three-month rolling correlation among the stocks and sectors in the S&P 500 has been trending downward throughout November, according to data from Goldman Sachs. Among individual stocks, the […]

Trading Play-Book for the first week of December

We have been split days since last month for the year, and the S & P500 is on the verge of getting its best performance since 2013. Historically, in most cases, the rally continued in December. Perhaps the exception is the December 2018 sell-off. It was also the worst month for the US markets since […]

Money Flow before the start of European trading this morning

Continuous changes in the trading front take away some of the momentum in the markets, keeping them calm before the last trading day of this week. Dollar crosses are less than 0.1% change for the day and are trading in narrow ranks. Sentiment risk remains modest, with yields on US government securities unchanged and futures […]