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FOMC Meeting Minutes Shed Light on Portfolio Wind Down

Posted on Aug 16, 2017 by Wade Hansen

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released the minutes from its most recent monetary policy meeting, shedding light on when the Fed is looking to start winding down its $4.5 trillion balance sheet. In today’s Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts dive into the meeting minutes and analyze Wall Street’s reaction to the news.

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FOMC Meeting Minutes Shed Light on Portfolio Wind DownThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released the minutes from its most recent monetary policy meeting, shedding light on when the Fed is looking to start winding down its $4.5 trillion balance sheet. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts dive into the meeting minutes and analyze Wall Street's reaction to the news.Aug 16, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fomc-meeting-minutes-shed-light-on-portfolio-wind-down/
Are July’s Index Highs Turning into Resistance?Despite some progress in easing U.S. / North Korean tensions, the market opened a little soft on Tuesday. Even positive retail data (10 out of 13 sectors) didn't seem to help much. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and conduct a technical review of how strong resistance may be in the short-term.Aug 15, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-julys-index-highs-turning-into-resistance/
Stocks Surge as Tensions EaseThe S&P 500 is rebounding as tensions between the United States and North Korea have eased somewhat over the weekend. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the bounce in stocks and the decline in the volatility index (VIX) and what it indicates for the U.S. stock market for the rest of the summer.Aug 14, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-surge-as-tensions-ease/
Is the Market Setting up for a “Relief Rally”?It may seem a little early to start looking for reversal after just a couple negative days, but this market has been remarkably resilient. Are traders inclined to believe that Thursday's selling was overdone and prices should be higher, or is this a bull trap? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what would constitute bullish or bearish confirmation.Aug 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-market-setting-up-for-a-relief-rally/
Department Store Reports and More Global RisksThe big department store reports are coming in now, and while the data looks better in some respects than it has recently, the market didn't get too excited. Is this a function of global risks, or deeper concerns for growth in the near-term? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what investors are planning in the short-term.Aug 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/department-store-reports-and-more-global-risks/
Traders Watch Safe-Havens for Signs of PanicThe rhetoric between the U.S. and North Korea likely caused the late-session selling on Tuesday. Efforts from world leaders (including U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson) to calm fears overnight has seemed to be somewhat effective, but there are still signs of stress in safe-haven assets. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether the past has any clues for what to expect from this crisis.Aug 9, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-watch-safe-havens-for-signs-of-panic/
Fed Officials Warn of Slow InflationMore warnings of slow inflation from Fed governors, this morning, has put bond traders on edge, which is inevitably going to affect stock prices. Will the current divergence between stock and bond prices resolve, or is this just another false alarm? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why investors should be watching inflation rates closely for signs of weakness.Aug 8, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fed-officials-warn-of-slow-inflation/
OPEC and Oil Prices Could Spoil the RallyThe market indexes continue to channel while volatility expectations rise. One of the key factors driving this divergence is the OPEC meeting this week. Traders expect to learn more about the potential for higher (or lower) energy prices, which should have far-reaching consequences for most market prices. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why this may be the week for a breakout.Aug 7, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/opec-and-oil-prices-could-spoil-the-rally/
Stock Traders React to Labor SurpriseThe labor numbers today were a positive surprise in several ways. However, the news wasn't received as uniformly exciting by all market sectors. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why traders had such a mixed, initial reaction to the report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.Aug 4, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stock-traders-react-to-labor-surprise/
ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI Number Suggest Slower Steady GrowthThe Institute of Supply Management reported lower-than-expected numbers for its Non-Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), stoking concerns that economic growth in the United States is slowing down. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the slowdown and how it could actually be a positive for Wall Street in the short term.Aug 3, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ism-non-manufacturing-pmi-number-suggest-slower-steady-growth/
ADP Shows Manufacturing Job LossesADP released its July nonfarm payrolls numbers this morning, and the manufacturing sector appears to have taken a hit this summer as it lost 4,000 jobs. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the decline in goods-producing jobs coupled with the steady rise in service-providing jobs and how that could impact U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) in the future.Aug 2, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-shows-manufacturing-job-losses/
Falling Oil, Autos and Treasuries Move the MarketsFalling oil prices, auto sales and Treasury yields are driving the stock market today, but it's not all bad news. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact falling oil prices are having on the energy sector, declining auto sales are having on manufacturing and dropping Treasury yields are having on strong dividend-paying stocks and the financial sector.Aug 1, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/falling-oil-autos-and-treasuries-move-the-markets/
Can a Falling Dollar Boost Stocks to New Records?The dollar's slide paused early Monday, but could easily continue in the short-term. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the positive impact a falling dollar could have on stock and commodity prices and the factors that are most likely to keep pushing the greenback lower.Jul 31, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-a-falling-dollar-boost-stocks-to-new-records/
GDP Looks Better but Inflation Remains an IssueThe advance GDP report was released today showing better than expected growth in the U.S. economy. Accompanying that report is an inflation measure that dropped lower than anticipated. This combination is likely to have surprising effects on stocks sensitive to interest rates. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and what investors need to know.Jul 28, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gdp-looks-better-but-inflation-remains-an-issue/
Earnings Frenzy Has Analysts ScramblingThis is the busiest day so far for second quarter earnings, and the surprises (and a few disappointments) are keeping analysts scrambling to update ratings. Should investors worry about rating changes or is this just 'noise'? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it can be used by traders.Jul 27, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-frenzy-has-analysts-scrambling/
The Fed’s Balance Sheet and StocksThe details included in today's Fed FOMC statement provides some clarity around the central bank's balance sheet but still leaves unanswered questions. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why the Fed can still have a big impact on stock prices - even without changing interest rates.Jul 26, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-feds-balance-sheet-and-stocks/
Consumer Confidence Soars Once MoreThe Conference Board reported this morning that Consumer Confidence has climbed to its second-highest level since 2000. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the potential bullish impact rising consumer confidence, coupled with better-than-expected earnings, could have on the S&P 500.Jul 25, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-soars-once-more/
Earnings Season Off to Bullish StartMore than 70% of the components of the S&P 500 that have reported earnings thus far have beaten both their revenue and earnings estimates. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the bullish bump earnings season has given the market and the headwinds that could cap the stock market's gains.Jul 24, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-season-off-to-bullish-start/
Euro Strength Weakens StocksThe unexpected rise of the euro has been hammering stocks and driving bonds higher. While this isn't the only factor driving stock prices today, it is an issue investors need to watch in the short-term. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why volatility in Europe could have an affect on stocks in the U.S.Jul 21, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/euro-strength-weakens-stocks/
ECB Flip Flops Back to DovishThe European Central Bank (ECB) released its latest monetary policy statement this morning, reiterating its "dovish" stance and willingness to extend its quantitative-easing (QE) program past December 2017 if needed. This was in direct contrast tor ECB President Mario Draghi's recent "hawkish" remarks. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact of the ECB's dovish statement on the U.S. stock market.Jul 20, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-flip-flops-back-to-dovish/
Wall Street’s Risk Appetite Voracious Once MoreTraders on Wall Street are showing a voracious risk appetite once again as they jump back into not only U.S. equities but also emerging market stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the improving global economic environment that is laying the foundation for investment gains around the globe.Jul 19, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-streets-risk-appetite-voracious-once-more/
Stalled Healthcare Reform May Hit Interest RatesThe shift in the Senate's tactics from "repeal and replace" Obamacare to "repeal and replace later" may wind up having an unexpected impact on interest rates and stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the connection between Washington and the bond market and how this creates new opportunities in the market.Jul 18, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stalled-healthcare-reform-may-hit-interest-rates/
Financials Continue to Struggle Ahead of EarningsThe overnight session wasn't great for financial stocks and Chinese small caps. Is this a sign of emerging risk aversion or just prudent caution as the major indexes hit new highs? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how investors are profiting in a mixed market.Jul 17, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/financials-continue-to-struggle-ahead-of-earnings/
Bank Reports Beat – But Outlook MissesEarnings season has officially kicked off with the early bank reports this morning. Overall, there was some very good news in the reports, but the outlook for net interest margin was lower than expected. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether investors should focus on the good numbers or the bad.Jul 14, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-reports-beat-but-outlook-misses/
Traders Get Another Earful from YellenThe Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, concluded her two-day testimony in front of the Senate Banking Committee today. These biannual events aren't always market movers, but with stocks near all-time highs, investors are more touchy than normal. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for this earnings season.Jul 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-get-another-earful-from-yellen/
Wall Street Reacts to Yellen’s Testimony on Capitol HillFed Chair Janet Yellen testified before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill this morning, and Wall Street was hanging off every word. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss Chair Yellen's remarks and why traders reacted the way they did to her comments on inflation, the Federal Funds rate and the process of winding down the Fed's $4.5 trillion balance sheet.Jul 12, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-reacts-to-yellens-testimony-on-capitol-hill/
Is It A Stock Picker’s MarketWhen the entire market is moving higher, it's easy to get lulled into a false sense of security. However, just because the market is not trending doesn't mean you can't be a stock picker. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how to survive in a stock picker's market.Jul 11, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-a-stock-pickers-market/
Will Nigeria and Libya Agree to OPEC Production Cap?Nigeria and Libya -- who have so far been exempt from OPEC's production cap agreement -- may be invited to cap production as the cartel continues to struggle against rising oil supplies and falling oil prices. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the mounting pressure on oil prices and what it would take to see a turnaround.Jul 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-nigeria-and-libya-agree-to-opec-production-cap/
Did the Nonfarm Payroll Report Just Signal New Highs for Stocks?
The July jobs report showed that 222,000 jobs were added last month. A good 30% higher than forecast. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore whether this good news from the economy will translate into a continuing upward trend in stocks.
Jul 7, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/did-the-nonfarm-payroll-report-just-signal-new-highs-for-stocks/
European and U.S. Bonds Drop AgainThe decline in the European bond market seems to have triggered a ripple of additional declines in the U.S. and Japan. Despite the somewhat panicked headlines, is this a bad thing for stocks and the economy? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what investors should be watching now.Jul 6, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-and-u-s-bonds-drop-again/
Event-Risks Rise as Traders Prep for Q2 EarningsThe news over the holiday that North Korea successfully tested a long-range missile put traders on edge, however, trading remained relatively light during the holiday break. Now that traders are back and there is a little more information, it's time to think through the potential impact systematic event-risks may have on 3rd quarter earnings estimates and 2nd quarter reports. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for stock prices.Jul 5, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/event-risks-rise-as-traders-prep-for-q2-earnings/
Is this Stock Market Dip too Risky to Buy?Stock market prices were volatile but prices did not fall in uniform fashion. Technology stocks dropped sharply while financial sector stock soared. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will review the details of this tumultuous week of trading.  The market signals seem to indicate that investors need to be ready to protect their capital.Jun 30, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-this-stock-market-dip-too-risky-to-buy/
Rates Scream Higher as Investors Look to the BanksThe market continued selling bonds as rates rose overnight. Passing stress tests and raising dividends further helped the banks early in the session. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss whether this is a real shift in the yield curve or just a temporary whipsaw.Jun 29, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rates-scream-higher-as-investors-look-to-the-banks/
Central Bankers Continue Pushing Interest Rates on WednesdayThe European Central Bank forum is still meeting today and the comments keep filtering out into the market. Are bankers shifting to be more dovish? More hawkish? Maybe a little of both? Days like this can be annoying and are usually accompanied by volatility. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the forum and whether any substantive clues for the future have been released.Jun 28, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/central-bankers-continue-pushing-interest-rates-on-wednesday/
Markets Steady as Consumer Confidence Remains HighThe Conference Board reported this morning that Consumer Confidence has ticked higher this month, after sliding slightly the month before. This is good news for the U.S. economy and has helped stabilize stock prices on Wall Street. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the importance of consumer confidence and its impact on investor expectations.Jun 27, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-steady-as-consumer-confidence-remains-high/
Durable Goods Orders Disappoint Once AgainWhether you are looking at the headline number or the core number, Durable Goods Orders have disappointed analysts on Wall Street once more -- coming in at -1.1% and 0.1% respectively. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the importance of durable goods and what falling orders numbers tell us about consumer confidence in the U.S. economy.Jun 26, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/durable-goods-orders-disappoint-once-again/
Will the Fed Doom the Stock Market by Raising Rates?The effect rising or falling interest rates have on stock prices can vary depending on economic conditions. Right now there is a case to be made that higher interest rates could put downward pressure on the stock market. If that assumption is correct, could the Fed's plans spoil the rally? Estimates for another rate hike turned up again today making this discussion more important as investors head into next week's heavy schedule of economic announcements. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Market Analysts will discuss what investors can expect from a shift in the Fed's outlook.Jun 23, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-fed-doom-the-stock-market-by-raising-rates/
Good News in Tech Elicits Slow ReactionThe news for tech has been good overall, however, high valuations have muted the impact in the short term. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how shifting sentiment is keeping average prices muted while internal volatility builds.Jun 22, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/good-news-in-tech-elicits-slow-reaction/
The VIX May Be Low But Volatility is HighThe CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) has been hovering in an incredibly low range between 10 and 11 for most of the past two months, but volatility within the stock market has been incredibly high. Stocks seem to be jumping higher one day only to drop lower the next. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the internal volatility that is permeating the market and why it is not showing up in the VIX.Jun 21, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-vix-may-be-low-but-volatility-is-high/
New 2017 Oil Low – Will Support Break?Oil prices are dropping again on doubts that the inventory glut can be resolved in the short term. Could defaults in the oil sector follow a break of support? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss these issues and consequences of a potential decline in oil prices below support.Jun 20, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-2017-oil-low-will-support-break/
New All-Time Highs for S&P 500…Surprised?The S&P 500 has soared once more to new all-time highs. Are you surprised? If you are, you're not alone. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how traders on Wall Street are "scaling the wall of worry" to send the stock market higher and what could potentially send them running for cover.Jun 19, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-all-time-highs-for-sp-500-surprised/
More Acquisitions and MergersCorporate actions (mergers, acquisitions, spinoffs, etc.) have been picking up recently, which is usually something investors like to see as confirmation of a bull market. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss whether this round of M&A activity is a good thing or bad for higher prices.Jun 16, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-acquisitions-and-mergers/
More Rate Decisions and International VolatilityThe Bank of England released its policy decision today but declined to raise rates. What may have surprised traders was the thin margin among the voting members in favor of that decision. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the expected effect of the FOMC and BoE announcements on stocks in the short term.Jun 15, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-rate-decisions-and-international-volatility/
Are Traders Taking the Fed at Its Word?The Fed's rate decisions are always important, and today's announcement was also released with the FOMC's economic projections and enhanced statement. However, is the market willing to "believe" the hints the Fed has provided in the statement about the pace of interest rate hikes and the general economy? In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether the Fed's statement is likely to have an impact in the short-term.Jun 14, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-traders-taking-the-fed-at-its-word/
OPEC’s Oil Output Continues to RiseOPEC released its oil production numbers for the month of May, and it turns out OPEC member nations are increasing the amount of oil they are producing. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the rising levels of oil production and what Saudi Arabia is doing to try and curb the oil supply glut in the United States.Jun 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/opecs-oil-output-continues-to-rise/
Sector Rotation Keeps Traders GuessingThe sectors that were doing well at the beginning of last week are not so hot at the beginning of this week, but the sectors that weren't doing so well at the beginning of last week seem to be picking up steam. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the sector rotation that seems to be starting on Wall Street and what it could mean in the run up to Wednesday's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) monetary policy statement.Jun 12, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sector-rotation-keeps-traders-guessing/
Will the U.K. Election Results Halt the Bull Market?British Conservatives did not gain the needed majority in Parliament in the general election last night. While an alliance with the Northern Irish DUP should keep Theresa May in charge, it hasn't increased confidence in the government's agenda. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore whether this event will have an effect on a "soft" vs. "hard" Brexit, and by extension, European and U.S. stock markets.Jun 9, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-u-k-election-results-halt-the-bull-market/
ECB Keeps Rates Low and QE in PlaceThe European Central Bank (ECB) announced it would be keeping interest rates at their current low levels and assured they would stay there well into the future. It also confirmed it will maintain its quantitative-easing (QE) program in place at least through the end of the year. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact the ECB's accommodative monetary policy is having on the markets.Jun 8, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-keeps-rates-low-and-qe-in-place/
Oil Supply Struggles ContinueOPEC member nations can't seem to catch a break these days as they try to boost oil prices. It seems no matter what they do, the oil supply glut is getting worse. After the American Petroleum Institute (API) reported a larger-than-expected gasoline inventory build last night, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported larger-than-expected oil and gasoline inventory builds. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the larger lessons traders can learn from today's fundamental oil data and how those lessons apply to the stock market in general.Jun 7, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-supply-struggles-continue/
 Interest Rates and Retail May Trip the MarketToday's interest rate volatility and troubled retail stocks seem to be reviving the worries of 2016. However, tech and Europe are still looking good. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether investors are worried or just waiting for new dips to buy.Jun 6, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/interest-rates-and-retail-may-trip-the-market/
Market Shrugs Off Global Risk IssuesThe tragic terrorist attack in the U.K. and news that Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE, and Egypt cut off diplomatic ties with Qatar (over concerns that Qatar is a state sponsor of terrorism) should have put traders on edge. Investors might have expected a little more of a "risk off" attitude Monday morning, however, the major indexes remained resilient. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why the market is moving this way and what to look for next.Jun 5, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-shrugs-off-global-risk-issues/
Are Investors Hungry for Dividends?The S&P 500 hit brand new highs, but the sectors leading the charge appear to be consumer staples and utilities. These stocks are known more for their dividend payouts than for their growth prospects. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts review reasons why these two sectors are seeing so much interest coming from investors.Jun 2, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-hungry-for-dividends/
Is a Boring VIX an Opportunity for Profits?The VIX is as soporific as ever, but could that be an opportunity for profits? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the strategies that may make sense when volatility is this low and why some traditional methods should be avoided.Jun 1, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-a-boring-vix-an-opportunity-for-profits/
Interest Rate Expectations and FinancialsThe focus seems to be returning to the relationships between macro-economic trends, inflation, and financial sector stocks. Despite a lot of good news in the market, there are some issues that could throw a wrench in the works if expectations shift further. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it is affecting market prices.May 31, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/interest-rate-expectations-and-financials/
Consumer Confidence Pulls BackThe Conference Board announced consumer confidence pulled back a bit last month, providing a bearish shift in the tug-o-war between "soft data" and "hard data." The bulls are hoping the hard data is going to catch up with the soft data, but the bears are worried the soft data is going to fall down to the hard data. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the economic signals the market is receiving and how traders on Wall Street are reacting.May 30, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-pulls-back/
GDP Revised Higher, Will Stocks Follow?The first revision to GDP is out today with a positive revision on increased capital spending. That sounds good (and it is) but there were some persistent trouble spots in the report as well. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for traders in the short term.May 26, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gdp-revised-higher-will-stocks-follow/
Would falling oil prices likely spur a rally or panic in stocks?With new policies being suggested regarding the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, analysts are turning their attention to energy markets and the price of oil. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts explore current trends in the markets and what kind of influence the energy markets appear to have on stocks right now.May 25, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/would-falling-oil-prices-likely-spur-a-rally-or-panic-in-stocks/
Dissecting the FOMC Meeting MinutesThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released the minutes from its most recent monetary-policy meeting, and Wall Street immediately dove into the data to see what it could learn about the Fed's plans for interest-rate hikes and the winding down of the Fed's balance sheet. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will dive in and show you what Wall Street learned.May 24, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dissecting-the-fomc-meeting-minutes/
News from Washington and Tragedy in the UKThe tragic news about a terrorist attack in the UK has put some traders on edge and may have temporarily overshadowed the U.S. President's budget proposal sent to Congress. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the impact of these two events and whether investors should expect a short-term or long-term shift in sentiment.May 23, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/news-from-washington-and-tragedy-in-the-uk/
Investors Prep for Fed and OPECThis is a big week for non-earnings news. Inflation/interest rate expectations are likely to shift as traders look forward to Wednesday's Fed meeting minutes. The oil market is also likely to experience some wide swings as investors try to price in the upcoming decision from OPEC on Thursday. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what leading indicators are saying.May 22, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-prep-for-fed-and-opec/
When does a buying opportunity look more like a warning sign?When the market fell on Wednesday, investors wondered if it was a good idea to be opportunistic or to stay on the sidelines. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts discuss the increased volatility of the markets and explore how investors can measure market changes more effectively.May 19, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-does-a-buying-opportunity-look-more-like-a-warning-sign/
Volatility Takes a Break but Brazil Shakes EMThe major indexes staged a rally early in the Thursday session. However, commodity related stocks, industrials, and emerging markets struggled against a market shock in Brazil. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether investors should be on guard for a bull-trap.May 18, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volatility-takes-a-break-but-brazil-shakes-em/
Are Fiscal Plans Finally on Hold for 2017?Expectations have been fading that plans for fiscal stimulus spending and tax cuts will materialize in 2017. That trend seems to have accelerated overnight as investors account for new distractions lawmakers in Washington will have to deal with over the next several weeks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss whether this is a rally killer or just a dip buying opportunity.May 17, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-fiscal-plans-finally-on-hold-for-2017/
Industrial Production Points Toward Economic GrowthThe Federal Reserve released the Industrial Production numbers for April, showing growth of 1% over the previous month and 2.2% over the previous year. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how these latest numbers feed into the narrative that the U.S. economy appears set to grow at a slow, steady rate that is well below the 3-4% target set by the Trump administration.May 16, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/industrial-production-points-toward-economic-growth/
Russia and Saudi Arabia Agreement Boosts OilRussia and Saudi Arabia have agreed that the current production quotas that Russia and OPEC have put in place should be extended through March 2018 -- adding nine months to the current agreement. This news has pushed oil prices higher as traders anticipate a reduction in global supply. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact of rising oil prices and whether increased production of U.S. shale could offset the production cuts in Asia.May 15, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/russia-and-saudi-arabia-agreement-boosts-oil/
Retail Sales and Inflation DisappointMonthly retail sales and more retail earnings reports added to the uncertainty building in the market. However, the news isn't all bad and there were a few areas of strength that will help traders focus on the right sectors this quarter. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what matters most as we head into the weekend.May 12, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-and-inflation-disappoint/
Resistance on the S&P 500 Holds at 2,400After nearly a week of trying to break up and close above 2,400, the S&P 500 is pulling back as negative earnings announcements in retail and elsewhere are dragging on the market. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the market's resistance bounce and the potential for a larger pullback on Wall Street.May 11, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/resistance-on-the-sp-500-holds-at-2400/
Import Prices Keep Pressure on InflationThe Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that import prices rose 0.5% during April and 4.1% during the past year. Rising import prices are just one of many factors that are pushing inflation higher in the United States. This is leading to speculation the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) may raise rates at both its June and September meetings. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact this news is having on a market that seems to be stuck at resistance.May 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/import-prices-keep-pressure-on-inflation/
Is Low Volatility an Omen for a Big Drop?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the problems with the contrarian viewpoint that market volatility is "too low" right now. Sometimes low volatility is helpful for forecasting prices and sometimes it isn't - knowing the difference is critical.May 9, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-low-volatility-an-omen-for-a-big-drop/
French Elections and Uncorrelated MarketsThe French elections are complete with the expected result (Macron) but the reaction across global markets to the news have been surprisingly uncorrelated. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why the divergent responses between markets and asset classes are important as a forecasting tool.May 8, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/french-elections-and-uncorrelated-markets/
Is the Auto Subprime Bubble about to Burst?In recent years, the number of auto loans has skyrocketed to levels similar to 2006 before a string of defaults began to signal trouble for financial institutions. Are we seeing history repeat itself so soon? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore the risks of default with subprime auto loans and what the average investor can do to benefit.May 5, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-auto-subprime-bubble-about-to-burst/
Are the FANG Stocks Showing Cracks?The so-called "FANG" stocks have done a lot to keep the market elevated. Over the last few days, there have been a few cracks appearing in this high-velocity group that will be important to watch. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss momentum stocks and why they have such an influence on the major indexes.May 4, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-the-fang-stocks-showing-cracks/
Traders Digest the Fed’s Outlook for Interest RatesThe Fed's statement today was enlightening in the way it affected trader behavior. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the Fed's comments and how traders responded to the data following a fairly flat series of trading sessions.May 3, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-digest-the-feds-outlook-for-interest-rates/
Slowdown in the Chinese EconomyThe Caixin Manufacturing PMI (purchasing managers' index) indicates that the Chinese economy is still growing, but the rate of growth has slowed down to a crawl. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts take a look at the state of the Chinese economy and discuss why it is so important to the U.S. stock market.May 2, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/slowdown-in-the-chinese-economy/
Should US Investors Consider Global Markets?US Stocks seem to have a healthy demand and even though some analysts insist the market is overpriced, US companies continue to improve earnings. So is there any reason why investors should consider investing in Global Markets? In today's Daily Market Commentary Learning Markets analysts will explore recent moves in global markets that might make them more interesting to investors.May 1, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-us-investors-consider-global-markets/
Consumer Spending vs. Cloud Stock RallyToday's early mixed returns were likely the result of strong cloud companies reporting earnings conflicting with bad news from consumers. The question at this point is which factor matters most? Cloud computing increases efficiency, which contributes to GDP while falling consumer spending subtracts. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how this may affect the nascent breakout on the major indexes.Apr 28, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-spending-vs-cloud-stock-rally/
Core Durable Goods Take a HitThe Census Bureau announced this morning that core durable goods orders numbers contracted for the first time since June 2016. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the decline in orders and the impact it is having on Wall Street's outlook for the U.S. economy.Apr 27, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/core-durable-goods-take-a-hit/
Can Tax Reform Lift the Market?President Trump has been promising big changes to the U.S. tax code and that those changes will lead to a significant increase in longer-term economic growth. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts look at the questions swirling around tax reform and the U.S. stock market. Will tax reform actually happen? Will it stimulate economic growth? Will it boost stock prices?Apr 26, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-tax-reform-lift-the-market/
Trump, Taxes, Tariffs, and TimberToday's early rally is likely the result of several factors including talk of a corporate tax cut, stellar earnings, and a tariff on Canadian lumber. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss which of these factors are likely to have a lasting impact on the market going into the next month and which will probably fade in the short term.Apr 25, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trump-taxes-tariffs-and-timber/
French Election Tanks Bonds and Pumps StocksIt turns out that the "expected" base case of a Le Pen defeat was not as obvious as everyone thought. Stocks are up big while bonds drop as the other French candidates endorse Macron over Le Pen in next month's runoff election. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the market's reaction and how this changes the outlook for banks and Europe.Apr 24, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/french-election-tanks-bonds-and-pumps-stocks/
Should You Worry About This Trend in Housing Sales?With the latest release of data on existing home sales, one fact is clear: home prices are becoming significantly more expensive. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore the relationship between real estate sales and the stock market to demonstrate what might be on the horizon for investors.Apr 21, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/worry-trend-housing-sales/
Conflicting Soft Data has Split Market OutlookToday's news includes a significant divergence between good and bad soft data. Wages look like they are finally rising, but industrial companies are suddenly less optimistic about 2017. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the conflicting reports and which one matters most to traders planning for the 2nd quarter.Apr 20, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/conflicting-soft-data-has-split-market-outlook/
S&P 500 Challenges Trendline Resistance – AgainIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the technical and fundamental issues causing the major indexes to move in such a tight range. Earnings, global risks, and commodity prices are all likely factors contributing to the low level of volatility.Apr 19, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-challenges-trendline-resistance-again/
Mixed Earnings Leave Wall Street GuessingEarnings season has been a mixed bag thus far. Big misses and big beats have left traders on Wall Street guess as to which direction the market it going to go from here. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts dig into the earnings that have been released so far to see what clues there are for the future.Apr 18, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-earnings-leave-wall-street-guessing/
Dow-30 Opened Higher as Short Term Support ActivatedThe entire Dow-30 opened higher Monday after a relatively rough Thursday close. Investor sentiment turned bullish a couple hours before the market opened as investors started pricing in better than expected results in tech and banking. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether traders should expect the rally to continue this week.Apr 17, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-30-opened-higher-as-short-term-support-activated/
Treasury Yields Break Key SupportTreasury yields are falling as inflationary pressures ease and investors continue to move money back into U.S. Treasuries. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the surprising contraction in this morning's Producer Price Index (PPI) and the market's response to the first big earnings announcements of the quarter.Apr 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-break-key-support/
VIX Climbs to Post-Election HighsThe Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) Volatility Index (VIX) for the S&P 500 has climbed to its highest level since the Presidential election last November. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the rise in volatility, why it has been so low for so long and what you can do to prepare for potential increases in the future.Apr 12, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/vix-climbs-to-post-election-highs/
Geopolitical Risks Disrupt ForecastsThe risk of armed conflict is always a difficult issue for investors to work through. However, rising instability tends to have predictable effects on asset prices. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how geopolitical risks disrupt forecasts and what investors need to rethink when evaluating the market.Apr 11, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/geopolitical-risks-disrupt-forecasts/
What Gold and Silver Prices Say about the MarketLast week's gold and silver price decline continued early Monday morning. While we often think about precious metals as a separate asset class, sometimes movement in gold and silver can give us insight into stocks as well. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what we can learn from metals for the stock market.Apr 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-gold-and-silver-prices-say-about-the-market/
Disappointing Jobs Numbers and Missiles in SyriaWall Street woke up with a lot to deal with this morning as the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that March saw the worst job gains since May 2016 and President Trump announced he had ordered the military to fire 59 tomahawk missiles at an air base in Syria in response to reports the Assad regime had used chemical weapons against its citizens. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact weak jobs numbers and acts of war can have on the stock market.Apr 7, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/disappointing-jobs-numbers-and-missiles-in-syria/
Draghi Reassures ECB Will Keep Stimulus In PlaceMario Draghi is trying to reassure investors that the European Central Bank (ECB) is going to keep its current quantitative-easing (QE) program in place through the end of 2017 in the face of rumors and statements from other European banking officials that say otherwise. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact the ECB's QE program is having not only on Europe but also on the United States and how it is impacting the exchange rate between the euro and the U.S. dollar.Apr 6, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/draghi-reassures-ecb-will-keep-stimulus-in-place/
It’s All About the Jobs NumbersIf you're looking for signs that the U.S. economy is picking up steam, look no further than the jobs numbers. ADP reported this morning that nonfarm payrolls increased by a whopping 263,000 -- which was much higher than the anticipated 184,000. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the importance of job creation to the U.S. economy and why Wall Street is pushing stocks higher in the wake of today's announcement.Apr 5, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/its-all-about-the-jobs-numbers/
The Negative Halo Effect Hits RetailRegardless of the seemingly unstoppable march higher by a few online retailers, much of the consumer discretionary sector has been reeling by one bad announcement after another. A negative halo effect is something investors should expect will continue, which may have repercussions for the rest of the market. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and how it may change the outlook for the second quarter.Apr 4, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-negative-halo-effect-hits-retail/
What does the Industrial Sector Know?Monday morning's market news featured four reports connected to the manufacturing sector. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will review what unusual things these reports have signaled to investors.Apr 3, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-does-the-industrial-sector-know/
Personal Spending Diverges from ConfidenceAlthough confidence (consumer and business) has been rising, spending and investment still remain low. This contradiction may help explain the recent price action on the S&P 500 and Dow. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the details and what this means for the second quarter.Mar 31, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/personal-spending-diverges-from-confidence/
GDP Revision Highlights Confident ConsumersWall Street has been watching for "hard data" to confirm the "soft data" story that consumers are becoming increasingly confident. Today's upward revision to the Q4 2016 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) gave them just that. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the increased consumer spending that helped drive the GDP higher and the bullish impact it could have on the financial markets.Mar 30, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gdp-revision-highlights-confident-consumers/
Margin Debt Levels Hit Post-Recession HighsThe New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) announced today that margin debt levels -- the amount of money traders borrow to buy stocks -- reached a post-recession high in February. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the pros and cons of elevated levels of borrowing on Wall Street. Leverage can push the markets up higher, but it can also accelerate the declines.Mar 29, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/margin-debt-levels-hit-post-recession-highs/
Consumer Confidence Spikes Near 2000’s HighsThe CB consumer confidence index spiked unexpectedly above 2006's highs and near levels last seen in 2000 - during the dot-com boom. Yields are rising slightly and the dollar has been stable following the news, which probably contributed to the early bullishness this session. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether it can serve as a leading indicator.Mar 28, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-spikes-near-2000s-highs/
Will the “Tax Cut Trade” Re-inflate in April?There are a number of factors that contributed to the gains since November - projected tax cuts being one of the most important. The failure to pass health care reform was thought to have put the "tax cut trade" at risk, which should have led to a broader decline in the major indexes. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss whether those expectations are reinflating despite Washington's setbacks.Mar 27, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-tax-cut-trade-re-inflate-in-april/
Is a Shrinking Financial Sector Good for Stock Investors?In 2007 over 700 new banks were created, a record number at that time. Since then the financial services sector has undergone radical consolidations. While this has been tough on people working in that industry, the impact on investors may be a different story. I today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore some evidence that suggests these consolidations might have been very good for the average investor.Mar 24, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-a-shrinking-financial-sector-good-for-stock-investors/
The Dollar’s Value Drops as Traders Wait for WashingtonIt's easy to forget the influence that the currency market can have on stocks because the connection can be lagged. However, the recent shift in the value of the dollar compared to other major currencies may change the outlook for stocks in the near term. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the sectors likely to benefit or struggle as the dollar declines.Mar 23, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dollars-value-drops-as-traders-wait-for-washington/
Expectations are Shifting as Washington FightsThe legislative battles seem to be escalating. The issue for traders goes beyond a debate about health care to the prospects for a change in fiscal and tax stimulus. Much of the recent rally was built on those expectations, which are looking more doubtful as congress bogs down. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and how investors may rebalance in the short-term.Mar 22, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/expectations-are-shifting-as-washington-fights/
Transports Diverging from IndustrialsAccording to Dow Theory, the Dow Jones Transportation Index can often be a leading indicator for where the Dow Jones Industrial Average may be going next. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the bearish move transportation index is making and the pressure it may be applying to the industrial average.Mar 21, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/transports-diverging-from-industrials/
Climbing the Wall of WorryOftentimes when uncertainty and risk abound, the stock market starts moving higher. Investors affectionately refer to this phenomenon as "climbing the wall of worry." In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss some of the factors that are causing Wall Street to worry and why the stock market continues to climb ever higher.Mar 20, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/climbing-the-wall-of-worry-2/
Is The Current Market Rally Driven by Millennials?With the market making new highs in spite of may troubling signals, analysts wonder who is doing the buying? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore why current investment patterns may point to the millennial generation of investors, and what that may mean for the future of the indexes.Mar 17, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-current-market-rally-driven-by-millennials/
Will Investors “Sell the News”?The old adage that investors "buy the rumor and sell the news" refers to a pattern of pre-news buying followed by selling after details have been released. Will today's budget news and the Fed's report yesterday qualify as "selling the news" events? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the details and what they mean for investors.Mar 16, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-investors-sell-the-news/
The FOMC’s Ides of MarchJust as the soothsayer in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar warned to Caesar to "beware the ides of March," many analysts have been warning investors to be wary of today's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) monetary policy statement. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss whether those analysts were right to be concerned and how Wall Street responded to the FOMC's statement and projections.Mar 15, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-fomcs-ides-of-march/
Oil Drops as Saudi Arabia Ramps Up ProductionOil continued its week-long slide after Saudi Arabia announced it had increased oil production during February, bringing the kingdom's output back above 10 million barrels per month. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact falling oil prices could have on the S&P 500 and earnings expectations moving forward.Mar 14, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-drops-as-saudi-arabia-ramps-up-production/
Bond and Stock Traders Prep for FOMCThe FOMC meeting this week is widely anticipated to include a hike in the Fed's short-term rate. While this has most likely been "priced in", the Fed's forward-looking statements (that will also be released on Monday) are an unknown. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how recent volatility reflects expectations for those statements and how the market will be affected in the coming month.Mar 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bond-and-stock-traders-prep-for-fomc/
Are Low Volatility Markets Flashing a Warning to Investors?The markets have shown unusually low volatility during the past month. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore whether or not this market action should cause concern among investors.Mar 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-low-volatility-markets-flashing-a-warning-to-investors/
Is Oil the Market’s Achilles Heel?Since last November, the market has seemed to be impervious to a correction. The duration of this rally is quite unusual and may set further all-time records if it continues much longer. Assuming economic data continues to look good, is there anything that can stop the forward momentum? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues that will be created by a further decline in oil prices and how energy may be the market's most significant weakness.Mar 9, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-oil-the-markets-achilles-heel/
Better Labor Numbers Means Higher Interest RatesBelieve it or not, rising interest rates have historically been correlated with higher stock prices. This is not to suggest that one causes the other but that they are related to the same underlying factors. That relationship has changed a lot since the Fed started to dominate the market in 2008. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the reasons why today's spike in interest rates may be a bad thing in 2017.Mar 8, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/better-labor-numbers-means-higher-interest-rates/
Trade Deficit Widens to 22-Month LowsThe U.S. Trade Deficit widened to $48.5 billion in January, it's lowest level since March 2015. U.S. exports increased 7.4% year-over-year, but imports increased at a faster pace of 8.3%. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss what this trend indicates for the U.S. economy and the U.S. stock market.Mar 7, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trade-deficit-widens-to-22-month-lows/
China Prepares for Fed’s Rate HikesAs the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) prepares to hike rates, China is preparing to loosen its grip on the yuan. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's speech to China's National People's Congress and what it may signal for the Asian superpower and the global financial markets.Mar 6, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-prepares-for-feds-rate-hikes/
Do Great Earnings Justify the High Ratios of the Market?Investors may have heard that one relative measure of corporate profitability, the Case-Schiller PE ratio, show stock prices are sitting at "dangerous" levels. Some investors fear that the forecast for 10-year returns on US stocks is dismal and that no one should realistically expect great returns over the next ten years. In Today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore some simple explanations for these numbers.Mar 3, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-great-earnings-justify-the-high-ratios-of-the-market/
44-Year Low for Initial Jobless ClaimsThe U.S. Department of Labor reported today that initial jobless claims last week fell to a 44-year low of 223,000, further stoking concerns inflation may be on the rise. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss today's report and the impact it, along with other economic data, is having on expectations for when the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) may raise interest rates.Mar 2, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/44-year-low-for-initial-jobless-claims/
Trump Speech Rekindles Reflation TradeDuring his speech to a joint session of Congress last night, President Trump struck a positive, cooperative tone that rekindled hopes that the reflation trade that took off after the Presidential election still has legs. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the jump in stock prices, bond yields and the value of the U.S. dollar and why they are once again moving in tandem.Mar 1, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trump-speech-rekindles-reflation-trade/
Confidence is High, but Margins are Under PressureConsumer confidence jumped to a 15-year high today, which seems very promising. However, elsewhere in the market, two key retail groups are under significant margin pressure. Is this a warning sign, or merely evidence that consumers are acquiring more pricing power? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for stocks.Feb 28, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/confidence-is-high-but-margins-are-under-pressure/
Oil Market Hits a New Non-Price RecordThe price of oil was up a bit on Monday morning as investors clawed their way forward in the face of increased U.S. production. While the price of oil has been struggling a bit to continue its breakout, the bullish positioning of oil traders has hit new records. Does this present a risk to the market, or is it a reliable indicator for future growth? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and what we can learn from this imbalance.Feb 27, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-market-hits-a-new-non-price-record/
Is Gold the New Trade for Scared Investors?Stocks fell Thursday and early Friday during which time the price of Gold surged higher. In today's Daily Market Commentary Learning Markets analysts will explore why gold is rising and its implications for US and global stocks.Feb 24, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-gold-the-new-trade-for-scared-investors/
Key Industrials Hit Resistance or Fail SupportThere were an unusual number of industrial stocks hitting (and failing) resistance or breaking support over the last two days. Should investors be concerned, or is this a normal reversion to the mean? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the recent market action and whether it indicates further changes in the short term.Feb 23, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/key-industrials-hit-resistance-or-fail-support/
Fed’s Meeting Minutes Offers Valuable InsightsThe minutes of the last Fed meeting were released today, which offers some useful details about the future of interest rates. Investors are extremely wary of any hints for a change in forecasted rate hikes so the level of ambiguity in the statement is just as important as specifics. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and the rationale behind the market's reaction.Feb 22, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/feds-meeting-minutes-offers-valuable-insights/
European Economy Stronger Than ExpectedMarkit reported today that the European Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose more than expected last month, indicating the European economy is expanding faster than expected. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the Manufacturing PMI and why traders view it as a leading indicator of what is to come and why Europe is so important to the United States economy.Feb 21, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-economy-stronger-than-expected/
Do Investors Expect Disruptive Technologies in 2017?The stock market has been strong in the wake of dour predictions so far in 2017. Could investors be predicting a disruptive uptick in productivity during the coming year? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will review evidence that may suggest the markets, and the U.S. economy, are about to strengthen further.Feb 17, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-investors-expect-disruptive-technologies-in-2017/
The Many Faces of InflationInflation is a hot topic in financial media right now, but all too often the only number that gets discussed is headline inflation. That's a shame because the Federal Reserve is looking at many more numbers than that. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the many different inflation numbers the Fed analyzes to tease out what is really happening to prices in the U.S. economy.Feb 16, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-many-faces-of-inflation/
Retail Sales and CPI Rise More than ExpectedTraders who are looking for signs that economic activity is picking up in the United States need look no further than today's Retail Sales and Consumer Price Index (CPI) numbers. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why these numbers are important and what they are telling us about the U.S. economy.Feb 15, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-and-cpi-rise-more-than-expected/
Interest Rates Start Moving on Yellen’s CommentsThe Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, testified to the Senate banking committee today and suggested that it would be "unwise" to delay interest rate hikes. Yields started to move on the announcement but the effect on stocks was mixed. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for stocks.Feb 14, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/interest-rates-start-moving-on-yellens-comments/
Inflation Expectations and Technology Boost Stocks to New HighsAnother mild move in inflation (and interest rate) expectations has seemed to motivate traders to buy growth and sell income. Adding to the momentum is a surge in key technology stocks that could set the tone for the rest of the month. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether traders are over/underestimating growth opportunities this quarter.Feb 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inflation-expectations-and-technology-boost-stocks-to-new-highs/
Can the Retail Sector Lead the Economy to new Highs?Some retail store chains have managed to stay viable and even increase profits during this age of increasing digital marketing and e-commerce activity. But how long can that last? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts explore whether efficiency alone can lead the markets to new highs, or if more consolidation is about to get underway.Feb 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-retail-sector-lead-the-economy-to-new-highs/
Border Tax Worries Fade and Stocks Hit New HighsThe fading risk of border taxes boosted some key stocks in the major indexes, pushing the S&P 500 to new highs in the early session. Are shifting expectations for government intervention reasonable, or are there other issues traders should be worried about? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss these issues and the short-term outlook for stocks.Feb 9, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/border-tax-worries-fade-and-stocks-hit-new-highs/
What Gold, the USD, and Bonds are Saying About RiskAlthough rare, it is not impossible for gold, the USD, and bonds to trend the same direction. Usually, this happens when stocks are dropping and investors are seeking a safe-haven investment. However, once in a while, this correlation picks up while stocks are flat after a rally, or still rising. In those cases, it is useful as a forecasting tool for risk expectations. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss this phenomenon and what it means for near-term forecasts.Feb 8, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-gold-the-usd-and-bonds-are-saying-about-risk/
Rising Dollar…Falling OilThe U.S. Dollar is rising while the price of oil is falling. While these two assets generally share an inverse correlation with each other, they are also being influenced by unrelated economic and geopolitical forces. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the diverging price movements that are causing ripples throughout the financial markets.Feb 7, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rising-dollar-falling-oil-2/
Treasury Yields Drop as Inflation Pressure FallsThe yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury is dropping in its consolidation range as anticipated inflationary pressures fail to materialize. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the slowdown in wage growth compared to rising rents and other costs and the impact this is having on inflation expectations.Feb 6, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-drop-as-inflation-pressure-falls/
Are This Week’s Earnings Reactions a Preview of 2017?By every metric some important technology stocks bested estimates and investors responded with enthusiasm the next day, only to curb it the day after or later in the week. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why the market's reactions to some of this week's most important earnings announcements are a good bellwether for 2017.Feb 3, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-this-weeks-earnings-reactions-a-preview-of-2017/
Monitoring the Fed’s U.S. Recession ProbabilitiesThe Federal Reserve tracks four key economic factors to monitor the probability of a recession occurring in the United States. While the probability of a recession is still low, it has recently ticked higher. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the factors the Fed is monitoring and why they are so important to the U.S. economy.Feb 2, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/monitoring-the-feds-u-s-recession-probabilities/
FOMC Sets the Stage for 2017 Rate HikesThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released its most recent monetary policy statement today, providing some insight into what the central bank is watching as it prepares to raise rates again in 2017. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the statement and the role the Fed may play in the U.S. stock market now that President Trump has taken the helm of government.Feb 1, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fomc-sets-the-stage-for-2017-rate-hikes/
Important Reversals and Surprises Shift SentimentThe lull in political news was filled with surprising earnings data as retail and transportation stocks start to take center focus. Traders are also shifting their expectations a bit as they prepare for the Fed's announcement this week and the potential for a change in tone. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it may adjust the outlook for February.Jan 31, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/important-reversals-and-surprises-shift-sentiment/
When Politics and Valuations CollideThe news this weekend was very noisy with political news, which may have bled over to market valuations on Monday. Beyond the "politics" or biases each investor holds are the actual effects that policy decisions have on costs of production, labor, and regulation. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will use two examples for how traders should think through the good and bad, short-term impacts of changes in Washington.Jan 30, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-politics-and-valuations-collide/
Bubble or Bargain?As investors pushed past the 20,000 Dow Jones Industrial Average barrier, some analysts see a bubble beginning to expand. Others see bargains abounding. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore ways to consider how both of these assessments could be true.Jan 27, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bubble-or-bargain/
A Shifting U.S. Dollar May Put Traders on EdgeTweets from President Trump shocked the USD-MXN again today, which will likely have some short-term impact on stocks. However, the risks (and opportunities) of USD volatility is broader than just the US-Mexico relationship. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and explain why the dollar deserves extra attention right now.Jan 26, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-shifting-u-s-dollar-may-put-traders-on-edge/
Dow at 20,000 Is the Gap Widening?The Dow Jones Industrial Average finally hit 20K today. Whether this benchmark has fundamental or technical value is unlikely, but it does indicate that investors continue to be bullish. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss whether the gains today represent a widening of the "expectations gap" and if investors should be cautious.Jan 25, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-at-20000-is-the-gap-widening/
Mixed Earnings Fail to Fuel Market BreakoutThe major market indexes continue to consolidate as this quarter's earnings announcements remain mixed. Cautiously optimistic investors still seem to be looking for a reason to push stocks higher, but it appears those reasons are yet to materialize. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss earnings and day two of President Trump's first full week in office.Jan 24, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-earnings-fail-to-fuel-market-breakout/
“Very Major” Border Tax Could Ding ImportersPresident Trump announced today that a "very major" border tax is coming, which means costs may be going up for a variety of major importers within the United States. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the potential impact the border tax could have on corporate margins and inflation.Jan 23, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/very-major-border-tax-could-ding-importers/
Can Financials Rejoin the “Trump Trade”?In recent weeks, financial stock funds have seen net outflows. The shift may be partially due to earnings reports that were boosted too much by one-off events, or perhaps these stocks are just overbought. However, there is a chance that the market's so-called "animal spirits" will be unleashed following the inauguration and financials will rally again before a correction takes hold. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues facing financial stocks and the outlook in the short term.Jan 20, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-financials-rejoin-the-trump-trade/
Euro Slumps, Dollar Soars, on Draghi CommentsThe value of the euro dropped again as European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi downplayed inflationary risks and warned of potential slowing in economic growth in the Eurozone. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss Draghi's comments, the market's reaction and what they may mean for the U.S. stock market.Jan 19, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/euro-slumps-dollar-soars-on-draghi-comments/
Consumer Prices Rise Above 2% for First Time in Two YearsInflation appears to be ticking higher as the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 2.1% in December, the first year-over-year increase above 2% in more than two years. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the uptick in inflation and the impact it could have on consumers in the coming year.Jan 18, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-prices-rise-above-2-for-first-time-in-two-years/
Retail Jumps and the Dollar Tanks on Trump’s CommentsTraders will need to work harder to get ahead of future comments from President-elect Donald Trump. Today's surprise was targeted at a strong dollar and retail stocks. While one day doesn't make a trend, there could be some real positives from a falling dollar. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why investors responded the way they did.Jan 17, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-jumps-and-the-dollar-tanks-on-trumps-comments/
Are investors trapped in a Truman Show market?The Dow Jones Industrial Average sold off 150 points Thursday before rebounding strongly to close nearly unchanged. In this tight range-bound market, it seems that if one group of investors sell, another group of investors is on hand ready to buy. All investors seem to be in a state where they are being watched closely by all others. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore the implications of these market conditions where the actions of one investor can touch off a reaction from many other investors.Jan 13, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-trapped-in-a-truman-show-market/
Gold Jumps as Dollar Falls and Import Prices RiseGold has rebounded from its post-interest-rate-hike lows to climb once again above $1,200 per ounce as the U.S. dollar falls and Import Prices rise. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how inflation and economic growth expectations are changing and why some are starting to worry about "stag-flation."Jan 12, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-jumps-as-dollar-falls-and-import-prices-rise/
What Volatility in Biotechs Tells Investors about JanuaryWhile biotechs weren't off to a great start on Wednesday, volatility really kicked off following Donald Trump's press conference. The reaction is about more than just healthcare stocks and traders can learn a lot about the potential for market-moving news from the inbound U.S. president. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and its implications for the first quarter.Jan 11, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-volatility-in-biotechs-tells-investors-about-january/
Is the “Great Rotation” out of Bonds and into Stocks Happening?November and December weren't great for bonds and bond funds but is this the big, anticipated move from one asset class to another? Many analysts expect a "great rotation" from bond funds to equities and not just a subtle shift for a few weeks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the flow of assets and why the great rotation may not play out in 2017.Jan 10, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-great-rotation-out-of-bonds-and-into-stocks-happening/
M&A Activity Remains StrongEven though interest rates have moved higher during the past two months, M&A activity remains strong. Two acquisitions announced today, totaling more than $7 billion, show that companies are still looking to enhance their inorganic growth rather than plow funds back into their own businesses to try and generate organic growth. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss what investors can learn from strong M&A activity in the market.Jan 9, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ma-activity-remains-strong/
Are Investors Scared of DOW 20,000?For two weeks now the value of Dow Jones index has approached, but not closed above, 20,000. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore what barriers may inhibit investors from buying at higher prices.Jan 6, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-scared-of-dow-20000/
PBOC Squeezes Chinese Yuan ShortsThe People's Bank of China (PBOC) jumped into the Forex market to push the Chinese yuan higher, squeezing investors who have been shorting the currency. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the intervention and the knock-on effects it has had on Bitcoin and the financial markets.Jan 5, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/pboc-squeezes-chinese-yuan-shorts/
Sifting Through the FOMC Meeting MinutesAt its last meeting in December, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) raised interest rates for only the second time since the Great Recession and indicated they may raise rates three more times during 2017. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will go through the minutes from that meeting to see what clues the FOMC provided that could tell you what to be watching for during the coming year.Jan 4, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sifting-through-the-fomc-meeting-minutes/
Today’s Oil Whipsaw Says a lot about Market ConfidenceThe early volatility on 2017's first trading day says a lot about sentiment and confidence. However, economic, earnings, and oil news is still fairly supportive. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how traders may be reallocating their portfolios in the new year to account for shifting risks and opportunities.Jan 3, 2017https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/todays-oil-whipsaw-says-a-lot-about-market-confidence/
Why This Week Might Actually be Great News for Stocks in 2017The last week of the year saw indexes drop as investors sold stocks before the year end. Some see this as a sign of weakness which may continue. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore why this short-term selling might actually be favorable for stocks later in 2017.Dec 30, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-this-week-might-actually-be-great-news-for-stocks-in-2017/
Is It Good News that Interest Rates are Easing Lower?The financial sector has been flattening out and retreating slightly as interest rates ease lower. While that may not be ideal for banks, this could actually be good news for other sectors. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the trend and which groups should benefit from falling rates.Dec 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-good-news-that-interest-rates-are-easing-lower/
Dollar’s New Highs Could be Bad News for StocksThe dollar reached out towards some new highs today after a very positive open. The factors driving the USD's value are good in some cases, but also hint at some underlying risks. The higher the dollar moves, the more profound those risks become. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the problems of a strong dollar and whether it may be dragging on stocks.Dec 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dollars-new-highs-could-be-bad-news-for-stocks/
Surging Consumer Confidence Hits 15-Year HighU.S. consumers are more confident than they have been in 15 years as we head into 2017, a year of high hopes and promises. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the soaring confidence numbers and how Wall Street is incorporating them into its expectations for the future.Dec 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/surging-consumer-confidence-hits-15-year-high/
Bank Bailouts and Fines in EuropeWhile bank stocks have been rising in the U.S. the situation has been very different in Europe. Today's news adds some additional detail to the emerging situation in Europe that could have repercussions for U.S. stocks as well. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the situation and how investors may respond in the coming year.Dec 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-bailouts-and-fines-in-europe/
Personal Spending and Inflation Weaker than ExpectedOn a day when we learned the U.S. economy grew even faster than previously thought during Q3, we also learned that Personal Spending and the Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) Price Index weren't as strong as expected during Q4. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the shifting numbers and what they mean for the future of the major stock market indexes.Dec 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/personal-spending-and-inflation-weaker-than-expected/
VIX Hits 16-Month LowThe VIX dropped below 11 for the first time since August 5, 2015 -- which was just 19 days before the VIX soared above 53. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why contrarian investors are concerned today's drop in the VIX may be signalling impending doom while others say there is nothing to get all worked up about.Dec 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/vix-hits-16-month-low/
Do “Big Round Numbers” Matter?The press reports daily on how close the Dow Jones Industrial Average is to the 20,000 mark. When the index passed 10,000, there were hats, parties and the mayor of New York on the floor of the stock exchange. But, did 10K matter? Will 20K matter, or is this merely a case of anchoring by the press? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the phenomenon and what traders should think about new all-time highs.Dec 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-big-round-numbers-matter/
Will China’s Bond Troubles Hurt U.S. Stocks?The connection between China's bond market and U.S. stocks may not seem obvious at first, however, the two markets are surprisingly intertwined. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and what the Chinese government is doing to prevent another crash.Dec 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-chinas-bond-troubles-hurt-u-s-stocks/
Should Investors worry about Oracle’s earningsOn Thursday Oracle reported its quarterly earnings and Friday morning the Stock fell four percent in the first half hour of trading. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why this mid-season bellwether might provide insight on what to expect for the January earnings season.Dec 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-investors-worry-about-oracles-earnings/
Can Stocks Continue to Rise with the Dollar?The dollar and stocks broke out early on Thursday. The correlated move is somewhat perplexing to investors worried about internationally earned profits. However, the market may just be responding to rising growth expectations. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the trend and how this may affect next month's earnings reports.Dec 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-stocks-continue-to-rise-with-the-dollar/
What the Fed Did and Didn’t SayToday's Fed announcement was enlightening for several reasons, but what the Fed didn't say is also important. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and the Fed's statement and how it is likely to affect stocks and commodities this month.Dec 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-did-and-didnt-say-4/
DOW 20,000?Before the presidential election, the idea the Dow Jones Industrial Average could climb above 20,000 before the end of the year was distant hope at best. Now, with stocks soaring, 20,000 is just around the corner. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the surge in the large-cap stocks that make up the Dow.Dec 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-20000/
10-Year Treasury Yield Climbs Above 2.5%The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury hadn't been above 2.5% since September 30, 2014, until today. A spike in oil prices has pushed investors' inflation fears higher, and bond investors are demanding a higher risk premium. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the continuing shift from a deflationary economic environment to an inflationary environment and what it may mean for the U.S. stock market in 2017.Dec 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/10-year-treasury-yield-climbs-above-2-5/
Has the Market Risen Too High?After stock market indexes ran surprisingly higher over the past week, some indicators have begun to suggest a downturn is imminent. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will take a closer look at some of the predictions of doom and evaluate what to expect in the weeks and months ahead.Dec 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/has-the-market-risen-too-high/
ECB Extends and Tapers QEThe European Central Bank (ECB) announced today that it will extend its quantitative-easing (QE) program past its original March 2017 stop date to the end of 2017 but that it will cut asset purchases to €60 billion in each of those months. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the ECB's decision and the impact it had on global financial markets.Dec 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-extends-and-tapers-qe/
Trump’s Time Interview Hits Healthcare StocksDrug manufacturers and biotech stocks were a drag on the stock market today after President-elect Trump said he would work to bring drug prices down. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how the market seems to have shifted from watching everything members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) had to say to watching everything President-elect Trump has to say.Dec 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trumps-time-interview-hits-healthcare-stocks/
Short-Term Volatility Expectations Diverge From Long-Term EstimatesWith few "unknowns" left through the end of the year, the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) faded fast on Monday. December's FOMC statement is probably already priced in, and investors are relatively calm. However, volatility expectations heading into the first quarter of 2017 are beginning to diverge from the current complacency. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss this signal and whether that divergence is expected to unwind.Dec 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/short-term-volatility-expectations-diverge-from-long-term-estimates/
Italy Votes “No”, What’s Next?The vote to streamline the Italian government ended with a resounding "no", which means the current Prime Minister has resigned. This was bad news for Italian banks, but European stocks initially responded very positively. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why this is an unexpected reaction and why it may help forecast the other major stock indexes through the end of the year.Dec 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/italy-votes-no-whats-next/
Are Millennials Out Getting Jobs?NonFarm Payrolls showed a decrease of the unemployment rate, while showing little change in the number of total workers.  Some speculate that a younger generation of workers may be replacing the older generations and holding the number steady. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Market analysts will discuss the implication of a rising millennial-born workforce.Dec 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-millennials-out-getting-jobs/
Oil Continues Its Rally as Interest Rates RiseOil beat $50bbl today despite some uncertainty in the economic environment. The rally in oil is happening while interest rates rise, which may have repercussions for retail and technology stocks over the next few weeks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how sentiment is shifting as the end of the year approaches.Dec 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-continues-its-rally-as-interest-rates-rise/
Is This Another Oil Short Squeeze?The news today about an OPEC deal to constrain supply was good for oil companies and banks, but not much else. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why traders split the news between buying and selling and whether investors expect another short-covering rally to take oil prices back above $50 per barrel.Nov 30, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-this-another-oil-short-squeeze/
Consumer Confidence Soars to 9-Year HighThe country said it wanted change during the latest presidential election, and it appears consumers are sure the change is going to benefit them. Consumer Confidence jumped to its highest level in nine years last month. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the jump in confidence and the positive ripple effects it may have on Wall Street.Nov 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-soars-to-9-year-high/
Black Friday a Bust for Brick-and-MortarBlack Friday sales were down 10.4 percent at brick-and-mortar stores compared to last year, according to RetailNext. However, online sales surpassed the $3 billion benchmark for the first time ever. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the shift in shopping patterns and what it tells us about the health of the retail sector.Nov 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/black-friday-a-bust-for-brick-and-mortar/
Wall Street Prepares for ThanksgivingThe Thanksgiving week on Wall Street is always an interesting one. With the markets closed on Thanksgiving and only open for a half day the day after, trading volume is typically light, but the stakes are high. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the questions that still remain in the aftermath of the presidential election and the run up to Black Friday.Nov 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-prepares-for-thanksgiving/
Dow and S&P 500 Hit New RecordsThe Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 19,000 and the S&P 500 crossed 2,200 for the first time today. Are these "big round numbers" significant, or do they just make interesting headlines? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the forecast for new record prices and what may be in store after the holiday week.Nov 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-and-sp-500-hit-new-records/
Has the Market reached a New Normal?The election's uncertainty brought a large fluctuation in the indexes. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the way prices appear to have stabilized at a new high and what that may imply for the rest of 2016.Nov 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/has-the-market-reached-a-new-normal/
A Rising Dollar Could Make Things More Difficult for Oil and OPECIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the falling probability that OPEC will be able to constrain supply while the dollar is rising. Falling commodity prices may not be all bad, however, and some sectors could do very well in the next few months despite a spike in the dollar's value.Nov 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-rising-dollar-could-make-things-more-difficult-for-oil-and-opec/
Yellen Promises Rate Hike and China’s Currency Hits New LowInvestors are starting to focus more closely on the falling Chinese currency and its relationship to a rising dollar. This doesn't have to be as bad as the last time the yuan devalued, but there is justification for some concern. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the relationship between the Fed's policy and China's currency and which sectors may benefit or suffer from the current trend.Nov 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/yellen-promises-rate-hike-and-chinas-currency-hits-new-low/
Oil Inventories and Banks Shake Things UpThe market continues to look a little mixed as investors deal with diverging commodity prices and wide shifts in sentiment for inflation/interest rates. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why the next move in the major indexes is likely to be technical rather than fundamental.Nov 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-inventories-and-banks-shake-things-up/
Retail Sales Jump, but Not for EveryoneRetail Sales numbers came in better than expected today, with both the headline and the core number jumping by 0.8%. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the numbers and why department stores are not happy with the news.Nov 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-jump-but-not-for-everyone/
Trump, Priebus and InflationWith the bond markets reopening following the Veterans' Day holiday last Friday, traders are expressing their full-throated expectations that inflation is going to be rising in the coming years. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss some of the potential drivers of inflation and the knock-on effects they could have in the U.S. stock market.Nov 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trump-priebus-and-inflation/
The Dollar Continues its Rally on China and Gold WeaknessThe dollar continues to rally as gold and other commodities decline. The Chinese yuan's melt has been accelerating, which also may contribute to a mixed outlook for additional upside in stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what the movement in the dollar, commodities, gold, and interest rates all have in common.Nov 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dollar-continues-its-rally-on-china-and-gold-weakness/
Day Two of the Trump SurgeThe stock market got off to another great start today as it shot higher, but it wasn't all rainbows and sunshine. While some stocks remained strong throughout the day, others lost momentum and started to fade. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss today's winners and losers and what made the difference.Nov 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/day-two-of-the-trump-surge/
Wall Street Flip Flops on Trump WinTraders on Wall Street have been on an volatile roller coaster since the numbers started trickling in that told the world Donald Trump was going to be the next president of the United States. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts dive into the forces that pushed the U.S. stock market so low last night and then lifted them so high once the opening bell rang.Nov 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-flip-flops-on-trump-win/
Election Day and the MarketDoes today's forecasted election results tell us anything about where the market may be headed in the near term? Skeptics will probably say "no", but perhaps sector behavior can provide a few clues for the rest of the year and through the new administration's inauguration. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and the likely impact on the major indexes.Nov 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/election-day-and-the-market/
Healthcare and Tech Come Roaring BackPre-election news over the weekend may have helped the market start its rally, however, the sectors that are performing the best may give traders a better idea for what is coming after Tuesday. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why stocks reacted so strongly on Monday morning.Nov 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/healthcare-and-tech-come-roaring-back/
Could the Market Losing Streak be a Good Thing?The S&P 500 hasn't closed lower for 9 consecutive days in over 27 years, but with the market making a fresh new low today some investors are nervous. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore why this losing streak, combined with the results of today's NonFarm Payroll report, could actually help investors prepare to see a bullish market during 2017.Nov 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/could-the-market-losing-streak-be-a-good-thing/
Current Performance vs. Future GrowthEarnings season continues to be driven by positive and negative changes in future growth estimates over actual quarterly performance. The number of 10%+ drops following quarterly releases hints at some underlying doubt about the current "earnings recession" and how long that may continue before the rest of the economy slows down again. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how traders are preparing for Friday's labor report as well.Nov 3, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/current-performance-vs-future-growth/
What Traders Can Learn from Today’s Fed AnnouncementAs usual, the Fed's statement was light on details and heavy on nuance. Reading between the lines is going to be a little frustrating, however, there are some key hints in the release that will be helpful in the month ahead. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why the market reacted the way it did following the FOMC announcement.Nov 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-traders-can-learn-from-todays-fed-announcement/
Margin Debt Back Above $500 BillionThe NYSE reported that margin debt levels in September rose back above $500 billion for the first time since June 2015, indicating traders are taking on more risk to boost their market returns. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the surging numbers and the delay that is associated with them.Nov 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/margin-debt-back-above-500-billion/
Inflation Breakeven Rates on the RiseAs the U.S. economy continues to expand, traders are expecting higher rates of inflation. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the updated Core PCE Price Index and how rising prices are pushing inflation breakeven rates higher.Oct 31, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inflation-breakeven-rates-on-the-rise/
When Investors like DividendsThis week saw the Utilities index outperform the broad market for the first time in four months. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will review the circumstances where dividends become a favorite for market professionals, and why that matters to investors.Oct 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-investors-like-dividends/
Disappointing Durable GoodsThe U.S. Census Bureau released disappointing Durable Goods Orders numbers for September this morning. New orders remain weak, and year-over-year declines continue to haunt the numbers. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss what the Durable Goods Orders numbers tell us about the health of the U.S. economy, and which sectors got hit the worst.Oct 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/disappointing-durable-goods/
Iraqi Comments send Oil Below $49Doubts continue to mount over the ability of OPEC member nations to curb oil production in the future as Iraq claims it needs to pump more oil to generate enough revenue to continue in its fight against ISIS. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the Iraqi comments, the subsequent drop in oil prices and the impact it could have on the energy sector.Oct 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/iraqi-comments-send-oil-below-49/
Oil Drops at Resistance as Russia Rumored to Balks on CutsThe oil market seems to be fluctuating mostly based on expectations for supply changes. OPEC seems to want to cap production, but Russia's and Iraq's support seems much less likely. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what investors should expect in the near term for energy prices.Oct 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-drops-at-resistance-as-russia-rumored-to-balks-on-cuts/
The Common Factor for Stocks Breaking Higher After EarningsThere is always more to an earnings report than the "headline" numbers (EPS, Revenue), and some factors matter more or less depending on market conditions. This quarter there are a few themes emerging that could help investors make better estimates about the stocks more likely to break higher regardless of the headline numbers themselves. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss these factors and what the earnings picture looks like so far.Oct 24, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-common-factor-for-stocks-breaking-higher-after-earnings/
DMC Preview: Are Investors Fleeing to Bonds?Recent reports show that money has been flowing out of stock mutual funds and into bond mutual funds. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will review whether this is nothing new, or if it implies that investors are worried about the stock market right now.Oct 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dmc-preview-are-investors-fleeing-to-bonds/
The Push and Pull of Earnings and Investor PsychologyThe back and forth from one earnings report to the next has been surprisingly divergent. This certainly isn't the worst thing if we want to see an end to the "earnings recession", but it plays on the most challenging aspects of investor psychology. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the data and how investors can avoid being distracted by the outliers.Oct 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-push-and-pull-of-earnings-and-investor-psychology/
Banks Continue to Look Better, but Nasdaq Takes a HitEarnings are painting a mixed (but not unexpected) picture of profitability amongst U.S. firms. Today's reports were more of the same with some important surprises driven largely by cost cutting, and disappointments arising from lowered outlooks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how investors are managing their way through the channel.Oct 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/banks-continue-to-look-better-but-nasdaq-takes-a-hit/
Core CPI Above FOMC TargetToday's core Consumer Price Index (CPI) number of 2.2% is above the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) inflation target of 2%, clearing the way for the FOMC to raise interest rates to keep inflation in check. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss rising inflation and the surprising earnings announcements that have added lift to the market.Oct 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/core-cpi-above-fomc-target/
Industrial Production Numbers Point to Weak GrowthThe latest Industrial Production numbers reinforce the narrative that while the economy is seeing growth, it is weak, potentially fragile, growth. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the uncertainty hanging over Wall Street as it wrestles with a global economy that is not strong enough to get too excited about but also may be too strong to warrant easy monetary policies in the long term.Oct 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/industrial-production-numbers-point-to-weak-growth/
Are Consumers Ready for the Retail Season?Recent weakness in the Markets may be shrugged off if consumers are willing to spend their way through the upcoming holidays. That's why the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment report was a little more interesting that usual this time around. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will review the result of the report and the market's reaction to see if there is something investors should know about for the upcoming retail season.Oct 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-consumers-ready-for-the-retail-season/
Chinese Export Worries Trigger Sell OffChinese exports dropped a whopping 10% year-over-year in September, raising concerns regarding the health of the Chinese economy and confirming concerns regarding the slowing global economy. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the dismal Chinese numbers and the U.S. stock market's bearish reaction to the news.Oct 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-export-worries-trigger-sell-off/
Looking for Clues in the FOMC Meeting MinutesThe Fed released the minutes of its latest Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting today, sending traders and analysts on a desperate search for clues as to what might happen to interest rates in the future. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss what was said and what it may mean for the stock market in the coming months.Oct 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/looking-for-clues-in-the-fomc-meeting-minutes/
Are Higher Interest Rates to Blame for Falling Stocks?Today's market started out a little rough and headlines seemed to blame higher interest rates. Should traders assume the relationship between rates and stocks is inverted again or is this just another example of post hoc analysis? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the intermarket environment and how traders are positioning themselves at the start of earnings season.Oct 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-higher-interest-rates-to-blame-for-falling-stocks/
Oil Breaks $50bbl Again – More Gains Possible?After sitting just under $50bbl, WTI oil prices popped above $50 and may exceed their highest close for the year. Partially driven by news from Russia's oil industry, the rally is certainly relieving some pressure in the energy sector. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why investors should care about energy prices in the fourth quarter.Oct 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-breaks-50bbl-again-more-gains-possible/
Labor Report Adjusts Expectations for Interest RatesThe monthly Non-Farms Payrolls report is often a market mover, but this Friday might turn out to be an exception to the rule. However, because interest rates are the most sensitive to labor data, this may be nothing more than a setup to a delayed reaction in the stock and commodity markets as bond investors continue to adjust their positions. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how investors responded to the data.Oct 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-report-adjusts-expectations-for-interest-rates/
New Developments in Retail Sets Traders on EdgeNews from retail and credit card stocks was a disruption on Thursday morning. The timing for the news isn't great as investors prepare for the labor report on Friday and earnings next week. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and which sectors are poised to outperform regardless of bad news for stores.Oct 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-developments-in-retail-sets-traders-on-edge/
Traders Prep for Jobs Report While Oil Continues to SpikeOPEC and the oil sector seems to have pulled it off again with little substance and a lot of promises. However, is the rally setting up for a break on the jobs report this week? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how investors are navigating the current channel.Oct 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-prep-for-jobs-report-while-oil-continues-to-spike/
Gold Plunges to Pre-Brexit LevelsAfter consolidating in a higher price range for the past three months, gold has broken through support and dropped back down to pre-Brexit levels. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the fundamental forces driving gold lower and how the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) could impact the fate of this precious metal.Oct 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-plunges-to-pre-brexit-levels/
Brexit to Become Reality in 2017It's been three months since the "Brexit" vote, and things are starting to get real. Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the U.K. would begin the separation process from the European Union by the end of March. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact of the separation on the British pound (GBP) and the global financial markets.Oct 3, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/brexit-to-become-reality-in-2017/
Are Investors Ready for More Volatility?In the past month, U.S. markets have shown an increased level of volatility. In the wake of last week's announcement that the Fed would not change rates, investors may be hoping markets will continue another sustained rise, but so far this has not been the case. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore why increased volatility may catch some investors by surprise.Sep 30, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-ready-for-more-volatility/
Is the Housing Market Stalling?The National Association of Realtors (NAR) announced that Pending Home Sales dropped to their lowest level in seven months, dropping by 2.4% last month. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the divergence between rising homebuilder sentiment and declining new-, existing- and pending-home sales numbers.Sep 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-housing-market-stalling/
Oil Output Cap Agreement Reached in AlgiersMembers of OPEC met with Russia and others at the International Energy Forum (IEF) in Algiers with the hope of reaching an agreement to bring oil prices back up by capping oil production, and it appears they have succeeded. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the current consolidation range in oil and the potential impact of an oil-production cap in November.Sep 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-output-cap-agreement-reached-in-algiers/
Consumer Confidence Boosts Stocks Despite OilThe day's economic news was a bit mixed, but consumer confidence was a big, positive surprise. Is it enough to drive stocks regardless of oil's volatility? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the mixed market and whether this is "normal" for a price channel.Sep 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-boosts-stocks-despite-oil/
All Eyes Turn to Oil SummitOPEC and other oil producing nations are meeting in Algiers this week and it seems that investors are taking an optimistic stance on the outcome. Based on the reaction last time, even a neutral or no-action result might have a positive impact on oil prices in the short-term. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the event and what traders are looking for to justify higher prices.Sep 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/all-eyes-turn-to-oil-summit/
What the “Most Hated” Stocks are Telling InvestorsThere are some companies investors love to hate. The stocks that make the list of most heavily shorted can be very interesting to observe. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will look at which companies investors are shorting the most and review what that reveals about overall investor sentiment in the market right now.Sep 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-most-hated-stocks-are-telling-investors/
Stocks and Bonds Both Open HighIt is certainly not typical to see both stocks and long-term Treasury bonds opening high. When it does happen, this kind of "coordination" usually resolves as a negative for stocks but there are exceptions to that rule. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the divergences in the market and their underlying cause.Sep 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-and-bonds-both-open-high/
The Impact of Today’s Fed Interest Rate AnnouncementRight on schedule, the Fed released their interest rate statement this afternoon. The market's reaction will likely tell traders quite a bit about what to expect as third-quarter earnings season gets closer. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what the Fed did and didn't say.Sep 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-impact-of-todays-fed-interest-rate-announcement/
FOMC and BOJ Tug-o’-WarThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) are both scheduled to release their latest monetary policy statements tomorrow. Each central bank is hoping to do what is best for its respective economy, but they may actually be pulling against each other. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the competing influences each central bank has on the global financial system and what may happen after they release their statements.Sep 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fomc-and-boj-tug-o-war/
Are NASDAQ Stocks out of Step?Investors seem to be nervous as the Fed's upcoming rate decision looms, however, some NASDAQ stocks are attracting buyers and maintaining an upward price trend. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore which stocks are trending well and whether those stocks are part of a bigger trend or merely out of touch with the rest of the market.Sep 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-nasdaq-stocks-out-of-step/
Traders Hold Support at the End of a Quiet WeekPrice volatility has been high, but the flow of news has been very quiet this week. Traders haven't pushed prices on the major indexes below support, however, sentiment has noticeably weakened. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and the outlook for the important week ahead.Sep 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-hold-support-at-the-end-of-a-quiet-week/
Support Holds as Retail Sales DisappointThe Census Bureau reported disappointing Retail Sales numbers this morning, showing that sales contracted by 0.3% last month. However, the report doesn't seem to have worried traders as the S&P 500 bounced up off of support in early trading. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the lackluster numbers and Wall Street's reaction to them, suggesting that bad economic news may still be good for the stock market.Sep 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/support-holds-as-retail-sales-disappoint/
Watching 2,120 on the S&P 500As Wall Street wonders whether the S&P 500 is going to hold steady or continue its decline, 2,120 it going to be an important level to watch. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how this key technical level can help you gauge bearish sentiment in the markets.Sep 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/watching-2120-on-the-sp-500/
The Myth of a “Flight to Quality”It is useful to describe rising or falling prices in the bond and stock markets as if capital is a river that flows out of one asset and into another. However, understanding how that analogy doesn't reflect reality will help you make sense of what is going on in the markets this week. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the actual flow of capital and why it's important to understand what investors are actually doing.Sep 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-myth-of-a-flight-to-quality/
Will Investors Buy Low – or are Stocks Still too High?An early bounce on Monday was encouraging. Does this mean support is in play or are stocks still too high to withstand a rate hike and soft earnings? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the technical and fundamental signals that help make the forecast more clear.Sep 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-investors-buy-low-or-are-stocks-still-too-high/
Is the Bond Market Signaling Weakness?Bond prices dropped slightly yesterday, but the drop created a price pattern that some traders consider a warning signal. In Today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore the price action in bonds, and explain what this might signal to investors in the months ahead.Sep 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-bond-market-signaling-weakness/
Oil Prices and a Disappointing ECB AnnouncementOil inventories were updated today with an absolutely shocking drawdown, which coupled with a disappointing announcement from the ECB, sent stocks back and forth today as the S&P 500 struggled against resistance. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the push and pull and whether traders should prepare for a short-term change in the trend.Sep 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-prices-and-a-disappointing-ecb-announcement/
Investors Should be Watching the British PoundThe market shook a little during Mark Carney's (governor of Bank of England) comments to UK Parliament. The relationship of the pound to U.S. stocks may seem a little tangential at first, but the connection has become more important over the last year. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and what traders can learn from sterling's volatility.Sep 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-should-be-watching-the-british-pound/
Saudi Arabia and Russia Pact DisappointsSaudi Arabia and Russia agreed to a new oil pact on Monday at the G20 summit in China. However, the pact was missing one key component: an oil output freeze. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the oil pact and what it could signal for the oil-producers summit in Algeria on September 26-28.Sep 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/saudi-arabia-and-russia-pact-disappoints/
Do Consumers Really Know What They are Doing?With consumer confidence surging to an 11-month high and unemployment also sitting at a 1-year low, analysts expect more corporate profits right around the corner. But should they? In this edition of the Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will compare the outcome of the Non-Farm Payroll report with the recent consumer confidence data and explore whether consumers plan to spend well in the upcoming retail season.Sep 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-consumers-really-know-what-they-are-doing/
ISM Manufacturing PMI Signals ContractionThe ISM Manufacturing PMI (Purchasing Managers' Index) dropped below 50, indicating a contraction in the manufacturing sector. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss this diffusion index and why Wall Street pays such close attention to its bullish and bearish swings.Sep 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ism-manufacturing-pmi-signals-contraction/
Less-than-Hawkish ADP and Chicago PMIChair Yellen said the Fed would be gauging the strength of the U.S. economy before raising interest rates. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the weaker-than-expected ADP and Chicago PMI numbers and how they could take some of the "hawkish" momentum away from the Fed.Aug 31, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/less-than-hawkish-adp-and-chicago-pmi/
Why a Stronger Dollar is a Problem for RetailThe dollar has been rising as investors adjust to a greater chance of a rate hike before the end of 2016. This is usually seen as a potential problem for multinationals, but why does it affect some retail "shops" so much? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues for retail and why a weaker dollar would be a good thing.Aug 30, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-a-stronger-dollar-is-a-problem-for-retail/
Bank of Japan Continues Verbal-Intervention to Drive Stocks HigherIn addition to a rising dollar, very accommodative comments by the governor of the Bank of Japan in Wyoming helped to push global stocks higher. Is the rally sustainable? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether investors will see an end to the current channel.Aug 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-of-japan-continues-verbal-intervention-to-drive-stocks-higher/
Markets Adjust Rate Expectations after Jackson HoleThe speech by Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, wasn't particularly shocking, but it did help to clarify some expectations about a potential rate hike in September or December. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the speech and how this new information changes the outlook for stocks.Aug 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-adjust-rate-expectations-after-jackson-hole/
Durable Goods Surprises – Will it Motivate the Fed?Economic data hasn't been perfect, but there continues to be good evidence that the U.S. economy is still growing. Will today's durable goods surprise be enough to convince the Fed that rates should be bumped up earlier than later? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the recent reports and which sectors are likely to do the best if the Fed makes another change in 2016.Aug 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/durable-goods-surprises-will-it-motivate-the-fed/
Low Correlation Makes a Bull Market Feel Like a BearAverage trading ranges, volume, and news aren't the only factors that have been declining in the market. Correlations between stocks are also very low. What might at first seem like a good thing (low correlations) can become frustrating for investors attempting to follow the trend. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the market's behavior and why a bull market can seem so ambiguous when stocks stop moving together.Aug 24, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/low-correlation-makes-a-bull-market-feel-like-a-bear/
Small-Cap Stocks Climb to New HighsSmall-cap stocks have been outpacing larger-cap stocks this week, climbing to new highs. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the resurgence of growth stocks and what it tells us about the health of the U.S. stock market.Aug 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/small-cap-stocks-climb-to-new-highs/
Watching Oil and Jackson HoleThe price of oil and the actions of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) have been two fundamental drivers of the stock market during 2016. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learing Markets analysts discuss the potential impact oil-production expectations and speeches made by FOMC members -- especially Chair Yellen -- at the Fed's annual Jackson Hole symposium might have on the U.S. stock market.Aug 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/watching-oil-and-jackson-hole/
Sifting the Good Retail Stocks from the BadIn today's Market, it's easy to point at high average valuations and puzzle over why the indexes continue to hit new highs. The answer is complicated of course, but one factor is that there are some stocks that are doing very well fundamentally. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss a short cut to identifying the stars from the duds in the retail sector.Aug 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sifting-the-good-retail-stocks-from-the-bad/
Dividends and the Global Rush for YieldThe rush for assets that offer a yield has potentially distorted prices, but that's not necessarily a bad thing for many investors. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news, dividends, buybacks, and the plans some traders are making to take advantage of imbalances in the stock market.Aug 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dividends-and-the-global-rush-for-yield/
Fed Minutes Shine Light on Future Rate HikesThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) today released the minutes from its latest monetary-policy meeting and Wall Street desperately scoured them looking for any clues as to whether the Fed is going to hike interest rates sooner rather than later. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts look at the meeting minutes and discuss what can be learned from them and what can't.Aug 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fed-minutes-shine-light-on-future-rate-hikes/
Coping with Mixed Economic SignalsThe U.S. economy continues to send mixed signals to Wall Street. For instance, Industrial Production rose last month while core CPI fell. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the divergence in economic data and how Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams' paper suggesting the potential of a higher inflation target plays into the market's reaction to the news.Aug 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/coping-with-mixed-economic-signals/
Why are Investors Hungry for Stocks?The major U.S. indexes all hit record highs as investors continued buying stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts review the reasons investors continue to have an appetite for risk despite many pessimistic headlines and troublesome indicators recently published.Aug 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-are-investors-hungry-for-stocks/
Financials Still Fighting with ResistanceThe retail reports released today may contribute to a little more pressure on the financial sector, which has already been struggling against resistance. If the banks can't get beyond their recent highs, it doesn't mean the end of the rally, but it does make it more challenging for the bulls to really push prices much higher. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how traders are preparing for more potential volatility.Aug 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/financials-still-fighting-with-resistance/
Verbal Intervention Lifts Oil – and Stock Prices EarlyAt a time when there is very little difference between the direction of oil prices and the major indexes, a positive word or two from OPEC and energy trade groups can have a big impact on stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether today's early momentum will last.Aug 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/verbal-intervention-lifts-oil-and-stock-prices-early/
Why $40 Oil is Such an Important PivotSince OPEC's verbal intervention in February, oil prices have pivoted off prior resistance twice. This level may be in play again, in the short term, if certain economic reports don't come in as expected. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the reasons why $40bbl is such a notable pivot and what a break of that level might mean for sectors beyond energy.Aug 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-40-oil-is-such-an-important-pivot/
VIX Drops to New Intra-Day LowThe CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) dropped to its lowest intra-day level in 52 weeks today as the market continues to drift higher in this low-volume environment. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the lack of volatility and how it could impact the stock market during the next few weeks.Aug 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/vix-drops-to-new-intra-day-low/
Oil Rebounds as OPEC Rumors SwirlThe Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is scheduled to meet again in September to informally discuss global oil supply, which has naturally led to rumors that OPEC will be looking to cut production. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the rumored cuts and the impact this speculation is having on oil prices.Aug 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-rebounds-as-opec-rumors-swirl/
Will the Labor Report Continue to Shift Interest Rate ExpectationsToday's labor report sent interest rates higher, which will likely be great for the banks, but what about the stocks that have been leading the rally? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what impact it may have on a tricky August.Aug 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-labor-report-continue-to-shift-interest-rate-expectations/
BOE Cuts Rates, Expands Bond BuyingThe Bank of England (BOE) cut its main interest rate from 0.5% to 0.25% and announced it would resume buying government bonds and begin buying corporate bonds, much like the European Central Bank (ECB) is doing. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the potential impact of these stimulative efforts on the U.S. stock market.Aug 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/boe-cuts-rates-expands-bond-buying/
ADP Reports Steady Jobs GrowthADP announced today the U.S. economy created 179,000 new jobs during July, which was in-line with analyst expectations but difficult for many on Wall Street to get excited about. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why a sub-200K nonfarm payrolls number puts traders in a tricky position.Aug 3, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-reports-steady-jobs-growth/
Japan Steps in With More StimulusThe Japanese government launched one of its largest stimulus programs since the financial crisis on Tuesday, however, the market may not be responding as officials had hoped. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss whether expectations for stimulus are set realistically.Aug 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/japan-steps-in-with-more-stimulus/
Why Investors Bought Some of Tech’s Rotten Earnings Reports
Some of the key tech reports last week were terrible by comparison to past reports, but one stock jumped 7 percent anyway. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore why bad news sounded like good news to the market, and what it means for stock investors generally in the months ahead.
Aug 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-investors-bought-some-of-techs-rotten-earnings-reports/
Will Traders Shrug off GDP and the Bank of Japan?The Bank of Japan refrained from using "helicopter money" in its decision last night. The initial reaction to the BoJ report was fairly negative but stocks recovered. Not even the below expectations GDP report in the U.S. did much to dampen spirits early in the session. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the back and forth in the market and how it is likely to affect sentiment in the near term.Jul 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-traders-shrug-off-gdp-and-the-bank-of-japan/
Getting Ready for More Tech EarningsThis earnings season has been mixed but not as bad as expected. A particular bright spot has been technology earnings, which may hint at a stronger rally in the third quarter. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the reports so far and what investors want to see next.Jul 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/getting-ready-for-more-tech-earnings/
Will the Reaction to the FOMC Last?Expectations for interest rate changes have been swinging between a near-certainty for more hikes in 2016 to almost no chance. Has the Fed's statement clarified expectations, or is the market still grasping in the dark? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the FOMC's announcement and what this means for traders in the near term.Jul 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-reaction-to-the-fomc-last/
Consumer Confidence Remains Robust…For NowThe Conference Board reported this morning that consumer confidence -- as measured by the Present Situation Index -- rose, while consumer confidence -- as measured by the Expectations Index -- fell in July. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the difference between the two indexes and what it tells us about the U.S. economy moving forward.Jul 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-remains-robust-for-now/
Gasoline Glut Tanks OilGrowing gasoline inventories, coupled with slack demand and a rising rig count, continue to put downside pressure on oil. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the energy sector's reaction to falling oil prices and the impact it could have on a stock market trading near all-time highs.Jul 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gasoline-glut-tanks-oil/
Do Money Managers Believe the Fed Narrative?Institutional Investors know they can't fight the Fed. But what if they lose confidence in the Information coming from the Fed? In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will explore whether the Feds influence has become diluted and what that could mean for individual investors.Jul 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-money-managers-believe-the-fed-narrative/
ECB Leaves the Door OpenThe European Central Bank (ECB) didn't lower rates or increase its quantitative-easing (QE) program at its monetary-policy meeting today, but it did leave the door open to do so at its September meeting if needed. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the use and efficacy "jawboning" tactics like this on the global stock market.Jul 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-leaves-the-door-open/
Positive Earnings Fan Bullish FlamesEarnings season is starting to heat up, and the better-than-expected numbers that corporate America has generated so far seem to be fanning the bullish flames on Wall Street. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how the theme of weaker top-line revenues coupled with stronger bottom-line earnings can send stocks soaring.Jul 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/positive-earnings-fan-bullish-flames/
Earnings Continue to Deliver Surprises (and Disappointments)The earnings picture has been "less bad" overall but there have still been a few key disappointments that could trip the current rally. There has also been some valid good news that has come from surprising sectors. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how earnings are coming into focus.Jul 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-continue-to-deliver-surprises-and-disappointments/
Stocks and Oil React in Different Ways to Coup in TurkeyGlobal risk events can affect asset prices in different ways. The Turkish coup attempt and subsequent uncertainty had limited impacts on stock prices while oil prices were hammered over the weekend. The different reactions can help us understand a bit more about the underlying fundamentals in the market. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss this weekend's volatility and how it may affect earnings season.Jul 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-and-oil-react-in-different-ways-to-coup-in-turkey/
Why Traders Seem to Think Bonds are as Good as GoldBond and gold prices show remarkable similarity in their movements over the past 18 months. In Today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore reasons why investors might approach these two very different asset classes in the same way, and what that might mean in the months ahead.Jul 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-traders-seem-to-think-bonds-are-as-good-as-gold/
The Real Surprises in Today’s Earnings ReportsInvestors responded very well overall to the early round of reports today. While we don't feel like all the data could be strictly classified as "good", it was mostly above expectations. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and the hidden surprises under the headlines.Jul 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-real-surprises-in-todays-earnings-reports/
Investors Pay to Lend Germany More DebtAnother debt auction hit negative yields today as investors essentially paid for the ability to loan the German government more euros. This seems to be further evidence of another "new normal" emerging in the market. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the new developments and how this affects the stability of the new breakout.Jul 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-pay-to-lend-germany-more-debt/
Dow and S&P Climb to Record HighsThe Post-Brexit bullishness on Wall Street has lifted the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 to new all-time highs. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the forces that are pushing stocks higher and how the major stock indexes may be impacted this earnings season.Jul 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-and-sp-climb-to-record-highs/
The Yen Starts to Fall – Good for Stocks?Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe, and his "Abenomics" strategy won an overwhelming victory in Japan this weekend. The yen fell in response while Japanese stocks rallied. This may help explain some of the divergence last week between the two assets. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the event and whether investors are likely to buy or sell the news.Jul 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-yen-starts-to-fall-good-for-stocks/
When the Market Wakes Up HappyA recent survey of economists showed that many were expecting the Non-Farm Payrolls report to significantly exceed its forecast this morning, but the actual reported number of jobs created last month surprised even the most optimistic outlook. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will review the market's reaction to the news to determine how investors sentiment may be changing in the near-term.Jul 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-the-market-wakes-up-happy/
Safe-haven Assets Take an Early BreatherIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the early break lower in safe-haven assets on Thursday. Is this a reflection of rising confidence? Or was the early trend a fakeout for bulls distracted by the ADP jobs report?Jul 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/safe-haven-assets-take-an-early-breather/
Is Gasoline a Leading Indicator for Oil?Surprisingly, gasoline and oil prices don't always move at the same pace, or even in the same direction. Domestic demand, travel season, and refinery disruptions/production can all contribute to the disconnect. Sometimes, a divergence in the relative performance between oil and gasoline can also act as a leading indicator for oil stocks (and the stock market). In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why traders should be watching for a breakout in energy.Jul 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-gasoline-a-leading-indicator-for-oil-2/
Is Gasoline a Leading Indicator for Oil?Surprisingly, gasoline and oil prices don't always move at the same pace, or even in the same direction. Domestic demand, travel season, and refinery disruptions/production can all contribute to the disconnect. Sometimes, a divergence in the relative performance between oil and gasoline can also act as a leading indicator for oil stocks (and the stock market). In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why traders should be watching for a breakout in energy.Jul 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-gasoline-a-leading-indicator-for-oil/
New Lows for the Pound Hurts Confidence
Traders tired of hearing about the effects of the Brexit may have a while to wait before being rid of the annoyance. In the meantime, more back and forth in the currency market is likely affecting stock prices as bond and forex traders come back from the weekend and fret about the ultimate impact of the UK's vote. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what traders need to watch before assuming that the risk has passed.
Jul 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-lows-for-the-pound-hurts-confidence/
Are Investors Ready to Exit Stocks?

The recent volatility created from the surprise Brexit decision, has left investors more uncertain about stock market returns. In today's daily market commentary learning markets analysts will explore just how much market sentiment has changed for the worse among investors.

Jul 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-ready-to-exit-stocks/
Will the Banks Drive the Market Even Higher?The most recent round of "stress tests" are over and, for the most part, the big banks passed. Many of them will be ramping up campaigns to return capital to shareholders through buybacks and dividends. Is this enough to push the market higher, or have investors already priced it in? During today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how traders are responding to the test results.Jun 30, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-banks-drive-the-market-even-higher/
Can the Central Banks Come to the RescueAmid speculation that the big central banks will work to offset the impact of the Brexit, stocks have rallied from Asia to North America. Is there going to be some intervention, and if so, what sectors are likely to fare the best? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the current whipsaw in the market and how traders are shifting short-term expectations.Jun 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-central-banks-come-to-the-rescue/
Consumer Confidence ReboundsThe Conference Board gave Wall Street some good news today when it announced Consumer Confidence had climbed back up to six-month highs. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the news and how it fits into the bigger fundamental picture traders are looking at in the market.Jun 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-rebounds-2/
Markets Continue Post-Brexit SlideTraders around the globe continue to grapple with unanswered questions in the wake of last week's Brexit vote. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how the market is responding, where the safe havens are emerging and what to watch for this week.Jun 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-continue-post-brexit-slide/
How Bad is the Brexit, Really?Today's market is responding to the surprising 'leave' vote in the U.K. This will affect stocks, commodities, and bonds in different ways. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the surprise and what traders should expect in the short-term.Jun 24, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-bad-is-the-brexit-really/
The Unicorns Aren’t DeadA unicorn is a start-up company that has a valuation greater than $1 billion, and traders were starting to wonder if they could survive on Wall Street in current market conditions. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss unicorns -- which are alive and well -- and what they tell us about investor sentiment.Jun 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-unicorns-arent-dead/
M&A and Short SqueezesMergers and acquisitions (M&A) can be great for investors, if they are on the right side of the trade. Unfortunately, short sellers often get caught on the wrong side. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the risks involved with shorting stocks that are potential acquisition targets.Jun 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ma-and-short-squeezes/
A Mixed Market While Yellen TestifiesThis is a big week for unusual market news. The Brexit remains a big unknown and Chair Yellen from the Fed is testifying to both houses of Congress. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how traders are responding.Jun 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-mixed-market-while-yellen-testifies/
Are the Brexit Worries Over?Traders started the week with a strong sense of optimism about the pending vote on the Brexit. Will the euphoria last, or is this just another sign that volatility is on the rise? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and its long-term effects.Jun 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-the-brexit-worries-over/
Quadruple Witching Day May Help Create some VolatilityQuadruple witching days (versus triple witching days) falls on the third Friday of the last month of each quarter. Options and futures expiring today may lead to unexpected volatility as investors attempt to settle their contracts. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the phenomenon and what it means for the end of the quarter.Jun 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/quadruple-witching-day-may-help-create-some-volatility/
The Bank of Japan Adds Insult to the Market’s InjuryIf the Fed's dovish statement set traders on edge, the Bank of Japan may have pushed them over it. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why volatility may be on the rise.Jun 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-bank-of-japan-adds-insult-to-the-markets-injury/
What the Fed Did and Didn’t SayIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the Fed's comments about the economy and what this means for stocks and interest rates in the near term.Jun 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-did-and-didnt-say-3/
Yield on 10-Year German Bund Goes NegativeIt's official, the yield on the 10-year German bund has dropped below zero for the first time in history, highlighting the tremendous pressure European bonds are under as the European Central Bank (ECB) continues its quantitative-easing (QE) program. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss negative yields and the pressure they are applying to the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC).Jun 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/yield-on-10-year-german-bund-goes-negative/
VIX Jumps to 3-month HighsAfter a prolonged period of relative calm, the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) has climbed to its highest level in three months. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the shift in sentiment and the measures investors appear to be taking to protect their portfolios.Jun 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/vix-jumps-to-3-month-highs/
Why Bond Prices are Artificially HighBonds and Stocks rarely move in concert, but when they do it is often explainable by unusual circumstances. In Today's Daily Market Commentary Learning Market analysts explain why the upcoming vote on the Brexit is driving the current correlation and what that means for investors.Jun 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-bond-prices-are-artificially-high/
Treasury Yields Plunge as Investors Seek SafetyThe yield on the 10-year Treasury dropped below 1.7% and yields on European bonds tumbled lower as investors continue to move to the safety of the bond market. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the abrupt drop and how traders can utilize this information as they manage their portfolios.Jun 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-plunge-as-investors-seek-safety/
World Bank Cuts Global GDP ExpectationsThe World Bank has become even more pessimistic about global growth rates since January, cutting its global gross domestic product (GDP) outlook from 2.9% to 2.4%. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss this news and how the global bond markets are reacting to this slow-growth sentiment.Jun 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/world-bank-cuts-global-gdp-expectations/
Why Stocks and Bonds DisagreeIt is unusual for stocks and long-term Treasury bonds to hit highs at the same time. From a technical perspective, bonds are either expected to lag stocks, or move inversely. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the signal and why it tells traders about short-term prospects.Jun 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-stocks-and-bonds-disagree/
All Eyes Continue to Watch the FedThe widely anticipated speech by Janet Yellen offered some insights but perhaps not the absolute clarity investors were seeking. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it is likely to affect interest rate sensitive sectors in the short term.Jun 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/all-eyes-continue-to-watch-the-fed/
Can Draghi and the ECB Move the Market Higher?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the impact the ECB's announcement had on the market and whether more bond buying will have its intended effect.Jun 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-draghi-and-the-ecb-move-the-market-higher/
U.S. and Chinese Manufacturing Data Initiates some Stock VolatilityManufacturing data in the U.S. and China was released today and still hovers remarkably (suspiciously?) close to the cutoff between expansion and contraction. In today’s Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and...Jun 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-and-chinese-manufacturing-data-initiates-some-stock-volatility/
Corporate Debt Issuance Reaches RecordInvestment-grade debt issuance reached a record in May with companies bringing in $158 billion. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why this could be a positive sign for investor sentiment moving forward.May 31, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/corporate-debt-issuance-reaches-record/
Is the Poor GDP Report Just a Seasonal Thing?Preliminary GDP was released today for the first quarter of 2016. The news wasn't worse than the advance report, but it may have missed expectations in a few areas. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether a dip in GDP is a seasonal issue or something more serious.May 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-poor-gdp-report-just-a-seasonal-thing/
Oil Hits $50The price of oil crossed an important line in the sand today as it rose above $50 for the first time in 2016. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why the $50 price point is important and what it may mean moving forward.May 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-hits-50/
No Need to Worry about Greece this SummerIt appears you can now take Greece off of your list of potential market-destabilizing worries this summer. The Eurozone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have reached an agreement on funding Greece's next bailout payment. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss why this agreement is important for investors.May 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/no-need-to-worry-about-greece-this-summer/
New Home Sales and a Dramatic RallyNew home sales data helped to boost an already optimistic market this morning. A stronger dollar and higher oil prices didn't hurt either. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the volatility today and what market breadth can say about the potential for future gains.May 24, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-home-sales-and-a-dramatic-rally/
How Fed Rumors May Impact Emerging MarketsIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how the rumors of a rate hike in June is affecting emerging markets. Are global markets' stocks and currencies giving investors a leading signal for what to expect in the second quarter?May 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-fed-rumors-may-impact-emerging-markets/
How Strong Is the Real Estate Market?Today's edition of the monthly report on existing home sales gave us additional data about the state of demand for homes in the U.S. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts will explore the reaction to this news and explain why this might be the data point investors should care about right now.May 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-strong-is-the-real-estate-market/
Will the Retail Picture Change after Today’s Surprise?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the big surprise in retail earnings today and whether it changes the overall outlook for the major indexes in the short term.May 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-retail-picture-change-after-todays-surprise/
Did Bond Traders Misread the Fed?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the Fed's FOMC minutes and whether bond traders (and therefore stock investors) may have misread the likelihood for a major shift in interest rates in 2016.May 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/did-bond-traders-misread-the-fed/
Inflation and Industrial Production of the RiseThe Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Industrial Production numbers both came in higher than expected today, signalling the U.S. economy is starting to heat up. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact these numbers might have on the Fed and on Wall Street.May 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inflation-and-industrial-production-of-the-rise/
Re-testing the NecklineA key stock-market index completed a head-and-shoulders pattern last Friday and is now re-testing the neckline. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the importance of a re-test and what traders can learn from it, whether it's a success or a failure.May 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/re-testing-the-neckline/
Why the Stock Market Isn’t Going to Crash (Yet)Consumer-driven stocks like Apple, Disney and Macy's showed signs of struggle this earnings season, yet the market indexes remain aloft. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts explore why investors seem to remain optimistic in the face of such bad news.May 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-the-stock-market-isnt-going-to-crash-yet/
China Continues to Export DeflationThe Bureau of Labor Statistics' (BLS) latest Import Price Index shows that China is continuing to export deflation to the United States. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact this could have on the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and interest rates.May 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-continues-to-export-deflation/
Retail Spending Concerns Give Wall Street PauseAs major retailers continue to report disappointing earnings numbers, many on Wall Street are wondering just how optimistic U.S. consumers really are. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why consumers are important and the impact they can have on the stock market.May 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-spending-concerns-give-wall-street-pause/
Day-Two of Japanese Yen Verbal InterventionJapanese finance minister, Taro Aso, threatened intervention in the yen again today, driving the currency lower and stocks higher. Is this really the key factor today? Or are stocks turning a "fundamental corner"? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how traders are responding.May 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/day-two-of-japanese-yen-verbal-intervention/
Oil Leadership Changes and Japan’s Threats of InterventionInteresting changes in management of Saudi Arabia's massive oil ministry and a threat of intervention in Japan introduced some additional volatility to the markets over the weekend. The long-term effect of non-fundamental issues like this are difficult to predict and may set traders further on edge. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it may affect U.S. stocks.May 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-leadership-changes-and-japans-threats-of-intervention/
What the Labor Report says about Consumer SpendingIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the numbers underneath the headline from today's monthly labor report. Not all of the news is bad, but it may still justify a cautious outlook.May 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-labor-report-says-about-consumer-spending/
Could the U.S. Follow Japan’s Economy?Fed Governor, James Bullard, joined The Vapors today in worrying that the U.S. is turning into Japan - at least from an economic perspective. What does that mean, and is he right? In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues the U.S. and Japan are facing and why they are problems that need to be solved in the short term.May 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/could-the-u-s-follow-japans-economy/
Is it Bad if the Labor Numbers Drop This Week?Today's ADP report is a precursor to the big Friday report from the BLS. The jobs numbers dropped unexpectedly today, but is that a bad thing for the market? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why traders should be careful before making any big changes.May 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-bad-if-the-labor-numbers-drop-this-week/
Easing Continues as Australia Cuts Interest RatesThe global trend of central banks maintaining easy monetary policies has been confirmed once again as the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) cut interest rates once again. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the rate cut, how it relates to China and what it means for U.S. markets.May 3, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/easing-continues-as-australia-cuts-interest-rates/
Looking for Bullish ConfirmationAs the stock market continues to show signs of strength, many traders are wondering where else they can look to confirm the bullishness they are seeing in stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the different assets that can shed light on the strength of stocks.May 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/looking-for-bullish-confirmation/
The Yen and the Dollar may Throw the Market a CurveballUnusual movement in the values of the Japanese Yen and U.S. Dollar may have a far-reaching impact on the market. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why traders should be on the alert for additional volatility.Apr 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-yen-and-the-dollar-may-throw-the-market-a-curveball/
Why the Bank of Japan MattersThe Bank of Japan (BOJ), after hinting that it may cut the rates it charges banks, failed to do so when it released its most recent monetary-policy statement. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact the BOJ has on the Japanese yen (JPY) and the impact the JPY has on the U.S. stock market.Apr 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-the-bank-of-japan-matters/
What the FOMC Statement Means for Wall StreetThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released its latest monetary policy statement today. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts dig into the statement to see what the impacts for the future on Wall Street may be.Apr 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fomc-statement-means-for-wall-street/
Does the Trouble in Biotech Tell Traders Anything About the Market?The recent decline in biotech stocks is quickly erasing the amazing gains over the last few weeks. Is this related to a few isolated news reports, or is there something more systemic at play? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it may help traders prepare for the coming quarter.Apr 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/does-the-trouble-in-biotech-tell-traders-anything-about-the-market/
Indexes Struggle at Resistance While Traders Wait for the FedThe major stock indexes have paused at resistance over the last few days while traders wait for the Fed's FOMC statement later this week.In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the upcoming catalysts that could create a break one direction or the other.Apr 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/indexes-struggle-at-resistance-while-traders-wait-for-the-fed/
Will Big Tech Bad News Blunt Market?Alphabet (GOOGL) missed analysts expectations when it reported earnings yesterday, and many expect Apple (AAPL) to miss expectations when it reports next week. In Today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts will discuss whether this is likely to change the recent trend in the stock markets or not.Apr 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-big-tech-bad-news-blunt-market/
ECB Returns to JawboningThe European Central Bank (ECB) did not take any further monetary policy actions at its latest meeting, it did however return to a favorite activity: jawboning. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact of jawboning and what Wall Street can look for moving forward.Apr 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-returns-to-jawboning/
Banks Enter a Bull MarketTraditionally, when a sector rises or falls 20% or more it has entered a bull or bear market respectively. As of this week, banks are now up more than 20% and are "officially" in a bull market. However, do the same rules apply to a channel? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the banking sector from a technical perspective and whether investors should be growing more confident.Apr 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/banks-enter-a-bull-market/
Will Banks and Oil Break Resistance?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the rally in bank and oil stocks. Can those two sectors drag the major indexes through resistance or is market-breadth too thin?Apr 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-banks-and-oil-break-resistance/
Failure in Doha Hits Energy SectorMembers of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Russia were unable to reach a deal to cap their oil production level in Doha on Sunday. Oil prices, which had risen in anticipation of a deal in the run up to Sunday's meeting, are now falling. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact this had on the energy sector and on sentiment on Wall Street.Apr 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/failure-in-doha-hits-energy-sector/
Is the Financial Sector Waving the Green Flag to Investors?Financial heavyweights have shown relatively strong performance this week after their earnings announcements - despite falling revenue trends. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts will explore the possibility that the troubled financial sector may be staging a turnaround.Apr 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-financial-sector-waving-the-green-flag-to-investors/
More Bank News as Earnings Heat UpIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss Thursday's round of bank earnings and whether the picture has changed for the major indexes. Technology and industrial reports are also looming closer, which may help to clarify prospects for April.Apr 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-bank-news-as-earnings-heat-up/
Retail Sales Contract for Second Straight MonthThe Census Bureau reported that Retail Sales fell by 0.3% during the month of March. As approximately 70% of the U.S. GDP is dependent on consumer spending, this is an important announcement. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the market reaction to the announcement.Apr 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-contract-for-second-straight-month/
IMF Downgrades 2016 Global Growth OutlookThe International Monetary Fund (IMF) downgraded its 2016 global growth outlook by 0.2% to 3.2%. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why the IMF believes global GDP growth below 3% is the equivalent of a recession and what that means for investors.Apr 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/imf-downgrades-2016-global-growth-outlook/
More Bank Bailouts as Defaults RiseInteresting news for an Italian bank bailout plan sent stocks higher Monday morning. Is this a warning sign of a re-emerging European crisis or a relief? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for traders as earnings season gets started.Apr 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-bank-bailouts-as-defaults-rise/
Fed Affirms Low Interest Rate Expectations… AgainThe news is fairly light at the end of the week, however, Fed members are out pushing expectations for low interest rates in the near-term again. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether the Fed's messaging will help or hurt stocks heading into earnings season.Apr 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fed-affirms-low-interest-rate-expectations-again/
Are Investors Shifting Towards Safety?As earnings season looms, investors seem to be pushing more aggressively into safety assets. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether investors have reason to worry about the flow of capital.Apr 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-shifting-towards-safety/
Oil Volatility Continues to Push the IndexesToday's mixed oil inventory report and more news about a 'freeze' from OPEC have been adding price volatility to oil stocks. The mixed news has a lot of useful detail behind the headline numbers that should give traders some better ideas about what's next for stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what this means for investors in the short term.Apr 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-volatility-continues-to-push-the-indexes/
Resistance Holds on Major Stock IndexesThe bullish momentum that seems to have characterized the U.S. stock market for the past month appears to be waning as resistance holds on the major stock indexes. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the shift in sentiment and what to look for when seeking confirmation.Apr 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/resistance-holds-on-major-stock-indexes/
Looking Ahead to Q2As the U.S. economy enters its second quarter of 2016, Wall Street has a lot to pay attention to. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets investors discuss the financial, economic and geo-political concerns that are likely to occupy investors' thoughts this coming quarter.Apr 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/looking-ahead-to-q2/
Mixed Jobs Data Leads to Profit TakingThe Department of Labor reported the number of new jobs created increased a slight bit above expectations, while the rate of unemployment also rose. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts will discuss why this mixed report translated into an initial sell-off from the weekly highs.Apr 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-jobs-data-leads-to-profit-taking/
Labor Market Stability EnduresThe U.S. labor market has experienced incredible stability during the past year, both in jobs created and jobs held. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss this trend and what it has meant for the economy and the stock market.Mar 31, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-market-stability-endures/
Global Markets Soar After Yellen SpeechFed Chair Janet Yellen delivered a speech yesterday outlining her justification for maintaining an easier monetary policy, and it unleashed the global bulls. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the lingering impact of the speech and what it means moving forward.Mar 30, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-markets-soar-after-yellen-speech/
Oil Stocks Continue to Push the IndexesTraders continue to be pushed around by the ups and downs of the oil market. Is this week's volatility signaling the end of the rally in oil stocks? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether Chair Yellen's speech will offset the problems in the energy market.Mar 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-stocks-continue-to-push-the-indexes/
Dollar Drops on a Slew of Economic DataThe Monday after Easter tends to be a little quiet because most European markets are still on holiday. However, a round of economic reports and pre-earnings announcements had traders more active than otherwise expected. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how momentum is shaping up for the coming week.Mar 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dollar-drops-on-a-slew-of-economic-data/
Are Investors Preparing to Profit from Volatility?There have been a lot of questions (and press coverage) on the capital flows into investments that profit from increased volatility. Is this signal something that investors should pay attention to or just a fluke? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it may help make a better forecast for April.Mar 24, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-preparing-to-profit-from-volatility/
Oil, Dollar, and Earnings Conspire Against the MarketOil inventories, a strong dollar, and some troubling earnings' news worked against the market as the major indexes reach its former highs (possible resistance). In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues facing the market and how traders are positioning before earnings season kicks off in April.Mar 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-dollar-and-earnings-conspire-against-the-market/
VIX Remains Low after Brussels AttacksAny number of factors can spook traders on Wall Street, from economic announcements to geopolitical crises. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact the terrorist attacks in Brussels had on the market and what to watch for next.Mar 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/vix-remains-low-after-brussels-attacks/
China Relaxes Margin LendingChina Securities Finance Corp (CSF) relaxed margin lending standards in China over the weekend, making it easier for investors to borrow money for stock purchases. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the various forms of "easy money" that have helped lift the global stock markets.Mar 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-relaxes-margin-lending/
Did the Fed Go Too Far?In the most recent FOMC decision, the Fed has determined it needs to not raise interest rates, and the price of Gold spiked higher. Last year at this time the FOMC predicted that by now, they would be steadily increasing rates. In today's Daily Market Commentary Learning Markets analysts will explore whether the markets feel that the Fed is being overly cautious in their approach, and what that means for the individual investor.Mar 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/did-the-fed-go-too-far/
Large-Cap Stocks in the Green on St. Patty’s DayLarge-cap stocks have outperformed small-cap stocks during the recent rally on Wall Street. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why large has trumped small and whether the trend is likely to continue.Mar 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/large-cap-stocks-in-the-green-on-st-pattys-day/
Gauging the FOMC ImpactThe Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released its latest monetary-policy statement this afternoon. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the wording of the statement, what changed and what it means for the markets moving forward.Mar 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gauging-the-fomc-impact/
Traders React to Another Attempt by the Bank of JapanThe Bank of Japan held a press conference last night that was quite revealing. The new information may help traders understand the problems the central banks are dealing with and how likely they are to solve them. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means to investors.Mar 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-react-to-another-attempt-by-the-bank-of-japan/
Can Fund Flows Help Forecast March-April Performance?There is an interesting divergence emerging between money flowing into funds and corporate share buybacks. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the underlying cause of the divergence and how it can help traders make a better forecast for March and April.Mar 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-fund-flows-help-forecast-march-april-performance/
On Second Thought… Maybe the Market Believes the ECBMarket movements on Friday morning seemed to indicate that investors are willing to give the ECB's announcement a second look. Is this a lasting shift, or will it wind up like a similar situation last December? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it may set the tone for the rest of March.Mar 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/on-second-thought-maybe-the-market-believes-the-ecb/
ECB Pulls Out the Big GunsThe European Central Bank launched a long series of surprisingly aggressive measures today in order to boost the Eurozone economy and inflation. The important question is whether it will actually result in the desired outcome? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the announcement and what affect it may have on the stock market.Mar 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-pulls-out-the-big-guns/
What to Watch if the Rally Runs Out of SteamThe market did well in February, despite deteriorating fundamentals. As the S&P 500 hits resistance, what signals should be monitored for a clue about what is coming next? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what investors should be monitoring in the short term.Mar 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-to-watch-if-the-rally-runs-out-of-steam/
Can Resistance at 2,000 Hold?The S&P 500 has hit resistance at 2,000, the same level that served as support during November and December. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss whether this level will hold in the short-term, or maybe even the long-term.Mar 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-resistance-at-2000-hold/
Oil Climbs to Recent HighsOil prices have jumped once again as both sides of the supply-and-demand equation appear to be improving. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the bump in prices and the changing landscape in the global oil market.Mar 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-climbs-to-recent-highs/
Who’s afraid of the Federal Reserve?It hasn't been so long since traders and investors expressed worry about the Fed raising interest rates and the negative effects that might have on the stock market. With the markets on the rise it makes one wonder what all the fuss was about. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts will discuss why the market may not fear interest rate increases so much nowadays.Mar 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whos-afraid-of-the-federal-reserve/
Watching the Falling DollarThe U.S. dollar (USD) dropped today, establishing another lower high in its current consolidation range. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the forces driving the USD and what its recent drop could tell traders about investor sentiment.Mar 3, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/watching-the-falling-dollar/
ADP Reports 214K Jobs CreatedADP reported the U.S. economy created 214,000 new non-farm payroll jobs during February, beating the consensus estimate by nearly 30,000. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the positive surprise and what it may mean for the Fed as it ponders interest rates.Mar 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-reports-214k-jobs-created/
Good News and Bad News for ManufacturingThis was a big day for manufacturing data in China, Europe and the U.S. The data was mixed, however, it may still have a bit of a bias towards the upside from a certain point of view. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it means for investors.Mar 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/good-news-and-bad-news-for-manufacturing/
What Sector Rotation Says about the Current RallyThe market was a little choppy today on a mix of good and bad news. Has it been long enough to make some judgements about this phase of the business cycle? In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the market and what sector rotation can tell traders about the potential for more gains.Feb 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-sector-rotation-says-about-the-current-rally/
Is the market discounting the coming US presidential election?Wall Street doesn't know who will win the White House in November, but the smart money may already have cast its vote. Institutional money managers may believe that they need to invest for safety no matter what the election outcome will be. In today's Daily Market Commentary Learning Market analysts will discuss one way the average investor can recognize this move to safety and what can be done about it.Feb 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-market-discounting-the-coming-us-presidential-election/
European and Chinese Stocks DivergeThe Chinese stock market tanked on the eve of economic meetings this week. Surprisingly, European stocks were more defensive (at least initially). In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what it may tell us about short-term prospects for gains.Feb 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-and-chinese-stocks-diverge/
Will China’s Devaluation Sink Stocks?China is carefully allowing the yuan to depreciate again. Will this wind up having the same effect on stocks that it did last August? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues and what matters most.Feb 24, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-chinas-devaluation-sink-stocks/
Consumer Confidence SlipsThe Conference Board reported that Consumer Confidence slipped a bit in January. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the announcement and Wall Streets reaction to the news.Feb 23, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-slips/
Understanding “Brexit”As an increasing number of Brits are calling for Britain to leave the European Union, the ripple effects are starting to be felt throughout the financial markets. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the "Brexit" and what it could mean for the market.Feb 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/understanding-brexit/
What the Technicals Say about a Rally Next WeekThe news has been mixed this week, however, investors were definitely willing to buy (at least on Tuesday and Wednesday). Is the current market being influenced more by technicals at this point? In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss that question and what the answer may tell traders about next week.Feb 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-technicals-say-about-a-rally-next-week/
Iran and Iraq Balk at Oil FreezeBoth Iran and Iraq have sidestepped Saudi Arabia and Russia's request to cap their oil production at current levels. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss oil prices, the geopolitical tug-o-war that is driving them and the impact it is having on Wall Street.Feb 18, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/iran-and-iraq-balk-at-oil-freeze/
PPI Confirms Inflation Still ExistsThe higher-than-expected Producer Price Index (PPI) numbers this morning confirm inflation still exists. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss how rising inflation could validate the Fed's actions but disappoint bullish investors on Wall Street.Feb 17, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ppi-confirms-inflation-still-exists/
Deal or No-Deal on Oil Prices?Is there a deal for producing nations to drive up the price of oil? Or are the efforts to "freeze production levels" full of too many caveats to be taken seriously? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and whether traders should take it seriously or not.Feb 16, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/deal-or-no-deal-on-oil-prices/
Is it a Bounce or a Bull Trap?European stocks (or at least some) were up today on an amazing recovery in the banking sector. Japanese stocks, however, continue to point towards problems in Asia. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the divergence and what it means for next week.Feb 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-a-bounce-or-a-bull-trap-2/
Gold Pops as Investor Fear BuildsIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the rally in gold prices and what this may say about investor sentiment. Is this just a function of a falling dollar, or are there other factors at play that may have implications for stock prices?Feb 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-pops-as-investor-fear-builds/
Will the Fed Strengthen Support?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the efforts of the Fed to ease investors' concerns about a flagging global economy and volatility. Will this have a lasting impact on stock prices, or will investors continue to focus on the underlying fundamentals?Feb 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-fed-strengthen-support/
Japanese Stocks and Bond Yields TumbleIt was a rough day in Japanese financial markets. The Nikkei Stock Average fell 5.4% today while the yield on the 10-year Japanese bond officially dropped below zero. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the declines in Japan and the message it's sending to the rest of the investing world.Feb 9, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/japanese-stocks-and-bond-yields-tumble/
China and Europe Spook Wall StreetFalling Chinese currency reserves and skittish European banks have contributed to a bearish Monday on Wall Street. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact global volatility is having on the U.S. stock market.Feb 8, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-and-europe-spook-wall-street/
Stocks Feel a Little Labor Pain this FridayIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the monthly labor report. How will traders assimilate the information? Is the age of "bad news" is "good news" over, or is this going to be another excuse to buy the dips?Feb 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-feel-a-little-labor-pain-this-friday/
U.S. Dollar Continues to FallThe value of the U.S. dollar (USD) continues to slide lower as traders adjust their Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) expectations. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the continued impact of the falling dollar.Feb 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-dollar-continues-to-fall/
ADP Reports New Jobs > 200KADP reported the U.S. economy created more than 200,000 new jobs in January, showing growth is still relatively stable. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the health of the U.S. economy and how stocks are reacting as Wall Street adjusts expectations.Feb 3, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-reports-new-jobs-200k/
What the Slide in Oil Means for Junk BondsThe major stock indexes have an important relationship with junk bonds, which have been in trouble over the last year as oil prices have slid. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the outlook for high yield bonds and what that means for stocks.Feb 2, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-slide-in-oil-means-for-junk-bonds/
Manufacturing Numbers and Oil Volatility Create UneaseIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the disappointing news in the oil and manufacturing sectors and why the news has been splitting the market over the last few weeks.Feb 1, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-numbers-and-oil-volatility-create-unease/
Stocks Pop as Japan Goes from ZIRP to NIRPThe market rallied, the dollar rose, and the yen fell early Friday as the Bank of Japan introduced a new measure to move from a Zero Interest Rate Policy (ZIRP) to a Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP). Can measures like this stimulate the economy? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will explore that question and how NIRP may change the outlook for 2016.Jan 29, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-pop-as-japan-goes-from-zirp-to-nirp/
Rumors and Lies – Oil and VolatilityRumors of a production cut in oil could be creating the volatility the market has experienced over the last few days. Is the reaction to the "news" normal? Or is there something else going on? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the problem and how traders deal with it in the short term.Jan 28, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rumors-and-lies-oil-and-volatility/
Technology Earnings and the FOMCIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the big technology/consumer electronics earnings reports and how the FOMC's announcement is likely to affect the market in the short-term.Jan 27, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/technology-earnings-and-the-fomc/
Are Consumers Confident Enough?The Conference Board reported better-than-expected Consumer Confidence numbers this morning. The question is...will consumers be confident enough to keep the U.S. economy going. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the state of the U.S. economy and the clues we're getting from recent earnings announcements.Jan 26, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-consumers-confident-enough/
Big Week for Earnings and Economic AnnouncementsInvestors have a lot to look forward to this week as earnings season heats up and the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) prepares to release its latest monetary policy statement. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss this week's important earnings and economic announcements.Jan 25, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/big-week-for-earnings-and-economic-announcements/
Is it a Bounce or Bull-Trap?Markets melted up overnight as expectations grew that the Bank of Japan may join the ECB in further quantitative easing this quarter. Is the optimism warranted or will this merely turn into a bull-trap if commodities roll over again? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will try to create a clearer picture for the week ahead.Jan 22, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-a-bounce-or-bull-trap/
ECB to the Rescue?The European Central Bank (ECB) signaled that it may employ additional stimulus for the European economy when it next meets in March. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the potential impact additional stimulus could have on the global financial markets.Jan 21, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-to-the-rescue/
Stock Market Breaks Key Support LevelThe stock market broke below a key support level established last August as oil prices continue to fall farther below the $30 per barrel mark. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the continued slide on Wall Street.Jan 20, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stock-market-breaks-key-support-level/
Will a Fresh Capital Injection Boost the Chinese Economy?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss plans for more intervention in China. Traders seemed relatively convinced overnight, but will that confidence hold?Jan 19, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-a-fresh-capital-injection-boost-the-chinese-economy/
Negative Sentiment Re-emerges OvernightAs investors get ready for the weekend, sentiment began to deteriorate overnight. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss how the erasure of Thursday's gains may set the tone for earnings season.Jan 15, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/negative-sentiment-re-emerges-overnight/
What Signals Could Confirm Support?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the technical and fundamental factors that could confirm support. Whether the market bounces now, or in the future, the signals investors should look for will be similar.Jan 14, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-signals-could-confirm-support/
Does the “Doom and Gloom” Crowd have a Point?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss some of the recent headlines written by so-called "perma-bear" stock analysts. Do they have a point? Or is this just an attempt to sell their services through fear?Jan 13, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/does-the-doom-and-gloom-crowd-have-a-point/
Preparing for Earnings SeasonEarnings season is upon us, and it promises to be a crucial one. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact of quarterly earnings and the trends to pay attention to during the coming weeks.Jan 12, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-for-earnings-season/
Interpreting Gold’s Short-term SignalsGold has been declining for years, but the recent turmoil in China seems to have given the precious metal new life. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts look at the short-term rally in gold and discuss what to look for moving forward.Jan 11, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/interpreting-golds-short-term-signals/
Can the U.S. Jobs Report Stop the Selling?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the measures taken by the Chinese government to pause the dramatic selling that started on Monday. Will their efforts make a difference in the long run?Jan 10, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-u-s-jobs-report-stop-the-selling/
Chinese Circuit Breakers Send Shock-WavesTrading in the Chinese stock market was halted for a second time this week as shares tumbled 7 percent, triggering newly implemented trading circuit breakers. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the shock-waves this price volatility sent around the globe.Jan 7, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-circuit-breakers-send-shock-waves/
Oil, the Yuan and H-bombs…Oh my!Lions and tigers may not be a top concern right now, but bears? Oh my! In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts look at the bearish pressures that are escalating regarding oil, the Chinese yuan and geopolitics.Jan 6, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-the-yuan-and-h-bombs-oh-my/
China Steps in to Prop Up StocksIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the measures taken by the Chinese government to pause the dramatic selling that started on Monday. Will their efforts make a difference in the long run?Jan 5, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-steps-in-to-prop-up-stocks/
Chinese Stocks Halted on Limit-Down DayIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the disruption in Chinese markets over the weekend and how this may affect the major indexes in the near term.Jan 4, 2016https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-stocks-halted-on-limit-down-day/
Can the S&P 500 Hold Onto 2015 Gains?In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the year to date performance of the major indexes and what investors should watch as the market heads into 2016.Dec 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-sp-500-hold-onto-2015-gains/
Consumer Confidence ReboundsThe Conference Board announced today that consumer confidence ticked higher last month. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the importance of the U.S. consumer for the stock market in 2016.Dec 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-rebounds/
Will 2016 Be Like 2015?As we approach the new year, many traders are wondering if the same themes that drove markets in 2015 are going to continue driving them in 2016. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss what has changed during the past year and what is likely to matter next year.Dec 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-2016-be-like-2015/
Oil Rebound Helps Lift StocksA rebound in oil prices helped lift energy-related stocks higher during this last full day of trading before Christmas. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the stock rally, the light volume and the market holiday.Dec 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-rebound-helps-lift-stocks/
Can the Major Indexes End in the Green This Year?As investors navigate the choppy holiday week, the possibility of a positive close for the year has started to rise. Is this just a fake out as the so-called "dumb money" dominates trading in light volume, or is there something more going on? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the trend and what it means for investors.Dec 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-major-indexes-end-in-the-green-this-year/
How the Holiday Week is Likely to Affect StocksAn important question is how low volume and investor activity is likely to affect stocks during the holiday week? Are there historical precedents for bullish vs. bearish behavior? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the potential issues on a week like this and what investors can do to maximize their opportunities.Dec 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-the-holiday-week-is-likely-to-affect-stocks/
Traders Focus on “Value” Heading into 2016Traders talk about "value" stocks a lot, but what constitutes value in the stock market? In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the evidence for value investing and how traders can capitalize on those factors.Dec 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-focus-on-value-heading-into-2016/
More Back and Forth as Traders Deal with a Flattening Yield CurveIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the decisions traders face when the market approaches resistance and bonds start to rise.Dec 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-back-and-forth-as-traders-deal-with-a-flattening-yield-curve/
Who Wins and Who Loses after the Fed?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the Fed's announcement and the immediate impact it had on the market. Who stands to gain and who might lose the most now that the decision and forecasts are out?Dec 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/who-wins-and-who-loses-after-the-fed/
Stocks, Oil and Junk ReboundStocks, oil and junk bonds all rallied the day before the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is scheduled to release its latest monetary policy and economic projections. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the adjustments Wall Street is making before tomorrow's big announcement.Dec 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-oil-and-junk-rebound/
S&P 500 Breaks Below 2,000The S&P 500 broke below 2,000 during today's trading session. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Market analysts will discuss why this level is important and what it tells traders about confidence on Wall Street.Dec 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-breaks-below-2000/
The Connection Between Oil and Junk BondsToday's market sold off early on more bad news for oil. The connection between falling energy prices and high yield bonds became even more clear during the decline. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss what investors should worry about, and why it may not be as bad as some fear.Dec 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-connection-between-oil-and-junk-bonds/
Yuan and Oil Drop to New LowsAs global forces continue to shift, the Chinese yuan and oil are both losing value. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact a falling yuan and falling oil prices are having on the U.S. stock market.Dec 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/yuan-and-oil-drop-to-new-lows/
Consumer Staples Stocks OutperformingAs the stock market has been consolidating for the past month, consumer staples stocks have risen to the top of the heap. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss this shift and what you can learn from it.Dec 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-staples-stocks-outperforming/
Where is the Bottom for Oil?As the decline in oil dominates the market over the last couple of days, traders are trying to make estimates about where a bottom should appear. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issue and what investors may be planning in the near-term.Dec 8, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/where-is-the-bottom-for-oil/
Is Friday’s “Melt up” Turning into a Meltdown?Oil prices lead the market lower early Monday as key support levels were breached. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the issues causing current volatility and whether resistance is likely to continue holding on the S&P 500.Dec 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-fridays-melt-up-turning-into-a-meltdown/
European Central Bank Decision Slams the DollarThe U.S. dollar responded in a dramatic way to the wishy-washy interest rate announcement from the ECB today. Is this the trigger for a rally in commodity prices, or merely euro short-covering? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why this week's events are so important.Dec 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-central-bank-decision-slams-the-dollar/
Despite Optimism for Chinese Easing – Commodities Continue to StruggleTraders are watching the European Central Bank and the Peoples Bank of China for further details about easing programs in 2016. Will the big banks take action and lift commodity prices, or is oil doomed to break support? In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and why traders are worried about the Fed's counterparts in Europe and China.Dec 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/despite-optimism-for-chinese-easing-commodities-continue-to-struggle/
ISM Manufacturing PMI Indicates ContractionThe ISM Manufacturing PMI dropped below 50 for the first time in more than two years, indicating a contraction in U.S. manufacturing. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact this number may have on certain sectors of the U.S. stock market.Dec 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ism-manufacturing-pmi-indicates-contraction/
Supply Issues Flattening the Curve?As the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) prepares to raise rates, the U.S. Treasury is preparing to issues the least amount of Treasuries since 2008. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact the drop in supply could have on the Treasury yield curve.Nov 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/supply-issues-flattening-the-curve/
Thanksgiving StabilityThe Thanksgiving week is a short one on Wall Street, and this year, like most years, has been rather calm. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss why volatility tends to decline before Thanksgiving and why its not likely going to remain that way after the holiday.Nov 25, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/thanksgiving-stability/
Markets Flinch as Conflict EscalatesIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the less than enthusiastic reaction to some major merger news, and what factors traders are watching to identify a bottom in commodities.Nov 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-flinch-as-conflict-escalates/
Merger Drama and More Bad News for CommoditiesIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the less than enthusiastic reaction to some major merger news, and what factors traders are watching to identify a bottom in commodities.Nov 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/merger-drama-and-more-bad-news-for-commodities/
 Are bullish days here to stay?Brief dips in the market have been followed by strong rallies of late. In today's Daily Market Commentary Learning Markets Analysts will explain what influences in the market might be encouraging investors to think and act bullishly in the days ahead.Nov 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-bullish-days-here-to-stay/
Which Stocks are Helped or Hurt by Rising Interest RatesIn today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the impact higher interest rates have on different stocks or groups. Sometimes the answer is easy, and sometimes it can be a little more surprising.Nov 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/which-stocks-are-helped-or-hurt-by-rising-interest-rates/
Is Retail Performance Changing or are Expectations Just Lower?In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the recent round of retail reports and whether there is a real shift in performance, or if investor expectations for the holiday season have just been lowered.Nov 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-retail-performance-changing-or-are-expectations-just-lower/
Confirmation Day on Wall Street?After yesterday's stellar bullish bounce, traders were waiting to see if today's price action would provide the confirmation they were looking for that the market was not going to break below support. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss today's price action and whether it constitutes a confirmation of yesterday's move.Nov 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/confirmation-day-on-wall-street/
Japan Dips Back into RecessionJapan has dipped back into recession for the fourth time since the "great recession" caused by the 2008 financial crisis. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the impact this recessionary news is having on Wall Street.Nov 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/japan-dips-back-into-recession/
Will a Dollar Rally hurt Stocks?Usually a demand for a country's currency helps the price of that country's stock; however, if rising interest rates are the impetus behind a dollar rally, that creates headwinds for stocks. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets Analysts look at the relationship between U.S. stocks and the U.S. Dollar.Nov 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-a-dollar-rally-hurt-stocks/
OPEC Confirms Oil GlutOPEC released its latest oil report, confirming oil supplies are swamping oil demand. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the news, the market's reaction to it and what it means moving forward.Nov 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/opec-confirms-oil-glut/
Pre-Black-Friday Weakness in RetailAs we head into the all-important holiday shopping season for retailers, many companies are reporting soft numbers. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the weak numbers and what they may mean for any potential "Santa Claus Rally."Nov 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/pre-black-friday-weakness-in-retail/
Watching Non-Earnings Related Corporate NewsVolatility has re-emerged as investors digest last week's data and new releases from Asian markets overnight. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how this may change the general outlook in the near term.Nov 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/watching-non-earnings-related-corporate-news/
Risk Appetite Reverses OvernightVolatility has re-emerged as investors digest last week's data and new releases from Asian markets overnight. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how this may change the general outlook in the near term.Nov 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/risk-appetite-reverses-overnight/
How Will the Labor Report Affect Dividend Payers?This week's labor report was a surprise, however, this may be a case of "good news is bad news" for stocks - especially dividend payers. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and how it may affect the trend in the major indexes.Nov 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-will-the-labor-report-affect-dividend-payers/
How European Stocks May Change the Short-Term PictureToday was a busy day for European economic announcements. The news was not uniformly good or bad, but it was all important. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the data and how it can be used productively by traders.Nov 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-european-stocks-may-change-the-short-term-picture/
Preparing for the Big Announcements this WeekThe first week of the month is a big one for economic reports. As we approach the next FOMC meeting in December, these releases take on even more importance for the trend. In today's Daily Market Commentary webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the news and what to look for next.Nov 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-for-the-big-announcements-this-week/
Gold Continues to TumbleBeginning in early-October, gold prices rallied and broke out of a consolidation range. However, since reaching a high in mid-October, the precious metal has consistently lost ground. In today's Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the forces driving gold prices and what they tell us about the global financial markets.Nov 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-continues-to-tumble/
Chinese Manufacturing PMI Picks UpNov 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-manufacturing-pmi-picks-up/
Why the Chicago PMI Was Actually Bad NewsOct 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-the-chicago-pmi-was-actually-bad-news/
GDP Falls Back Below 2%Oct 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gdp-falls-back-below-2/
Reading the FOMC Tea LeavesOct 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/reading-the-fomc-tea-leaves-3/
What Today’s Big Earnings Reports Mean for the TrendOct 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-todays-big-earnings-reports-mean-for-the-trend/
Preparing for the Fed’s Announcement this WeekOct 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-for-the-feds-announcement-this-week/
Tech Stocks and Even More EasingOct 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/tech-stocks-and-even-more-easing/
European Central Bank Hints at More EasingOct 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-central-bank-hints-at-more-easing/
Will Japan Keep China Afloat?Oct 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-japan-keep-china-afloat/
U.S. Treasury Yields Continue to RiseOct 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-treasury-yields-continue-to-rise/
China’s GDP Drops Below 7%Oct 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinas-gdp-drops-below-7/
Stocks Retest a Breakout as Interest Rate Expectations DropOct 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-retest-a-breakout-as-interest-rate-expectations-drop/
Manufacturing Indexes Keep FallingOct 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-indexes-keep-falling/
S&P 500 Dips Below 2,000Oct 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-dips-below-2000/
Chinese Data and Bank EarningsOct 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-data-and-bank-earnings/
Have Commodity Prices Found a Bottom?Oct 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/have-commodity-prices-found-a-bottom/
Is The Fed Worrying Too Much?Oct 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-fed-worrying-too-much/
Earnings Season Begins – What to ExpectOct 8, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-season-begins-what-to-expect/
Oil Hits ResistanceOct 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-hits-resistance/
Trade Deficits and EarningsOct 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trade-deficits-and-earnings/
Emerging Market Stocks ReboundOct 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/emerging-market-stocks-rebound/
Bargain Hunters BewareOct 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bargain-hunters-beware/
Chinese Index Indicates ContractionOct 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-index-indicates-contraction/
Chicago PMI < 50Sep 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chicago-pmi-50/
Are The Indexes Becoming Less Healthy?Sep 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-the-indexes-becoming-less-healthy/
Are Traders Giving up on the “Yellen Bounce”?Sep 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-traders-giving-up-on-the-yellen-bounce/
Is there Such a thing as “Market Lunacy”?Sep 25, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-there-such-a-thing-as-market-lunacy/
Durable Goods and Industrial DisappointmentsSep 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/durable-goods-and-industrial-disappointments/
Chinese vs. European Data – What Matters Most?Sep 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-vs-european-data-what-matters-most/
Skittishness and VolatilitySep 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/skittishness-and-volatility/
Are the Bears a Contrarian Indicator?Sep 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-the-bears-a-contrarian-indicator/
Tech-Stock Problems on the HorizonSep 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/tech-stock-problems-on-the-horizon/
And the Fed Says….Sep 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/and-the-fed-says/
Awaiting the FOMC’s Interest-Rate AnnouncementSep 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/awaiting-the-fomcs-interest-rate-announcement/
Investors Respond to new Retail and Industrial ReportsSep 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-respond-to-new-retail-and-industrial-reports/
The Market Gets a “Crude” AwakeningSep 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-market-gets-a-crude-awakening/
The Emperor’s New Yoga PantsSep 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-emperors-new-yoga-pants/
What are Investors Waiting For?Sep 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-are-investors-waiting-for/
The Source of “Record Profits” in JapanSep 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-source-of-record-profits-in-japan/
Chinese Stocks Rebound while Japanese Stocks RetreatSep 8, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-stocks-rebound-while-japanese-stocks-retreat/
What the Futures may Bring?Sep 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-futures-may-bring/
Wall Street Reacts to Dovish ECBSep 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-reacts-to-dovish-ecb/
Volatility and Uncertainty Remain HighSep 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volatility-and-uncertainty-remain-high/
Officials Attempt to “Smooth” Today’s Market OpenSep 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/officials-attempt-to-smooth-todays-market-open/
What to Expect from the Labor Reports this WeekAug 31, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-to-expect-from-the-labor-reports-this-week/
Are Investors in the mood to Panic?Aug 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-investors-in-the-mood-to-panic/
Why Emerging Markets are the Weak Link in the RallyAug 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-emerging-markets-are-the-weak-link-in-the-rally/
Is it Short-Covering or a Bounce?Aug 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-short-covering-or-a-bounce/
Will Chinese Rate Cut Be Enough?Aug 25, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-chinese-rate-cut-be-enough/
Wall Street’s Wild Ride ContinuesAug 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-streets-wild-ride-continues/
When Short is the new LongAug 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-short-is-the-new-long/
Why is Gold Surging Higher?Aug 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-is-gold-surging-higher/
Still No Inflation for the Fed to FightAug 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/still-no-inflation-for-the-fed-to-fight/
Retail Surprises and DisappointsAug 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-surprises-and-disappoints/
The Warehouse Club EffectAug 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-warehouse-club-effect/
Oil and Consumer Confidence Shifts ExpectationsAug 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-and-consumer-confidence-shifts-expectations/
Can Improving Retail Sales Keep the Market Going?Aug 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-improving-retail-sales-keep-the-market-going/
China Swats the Yuan Again – Is it too Much?Aug 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-swats-the-yuan-again-is-it-too-much/
China Devalues the YuanAug 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-devalues-the-yuan/
Is a Big Merger Deal the Cause of Today’s Bounce?Aug 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-a-big-merger-deal-the-cause-of-todays-bounce/
The Monthly Jobs’ Report Surprises and DisappointsAug 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-monthly-jobs-report-surprises-and-disappoints/
Stocks Slide Ahead of Jobs NumbersAug 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-slide-ahead-of-jobs-numbers/
Rate Hike Still Up in the AirAug 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rate-hike-still-up-in-the-air/
An Earnings Season Trend ReviewAug 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/an-earnings-season-trend-review/
Are Chinese and Greek Stocks Kicking Off a New Round of Selling?Aug 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-chinese-and-greek-stocks-kicking-off-a-new-round-of-selling/
A Calm Before the StormJul 31, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-calm-before-the-storm/
How Surprising was Second Quarter GDP?Jul 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-surprising-was-second-quarter-gdp/
Digging Into the Fed’s DecisionJul 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/digging-into-the-feds-decision/
Consumer Confidence Collapses Below EstimatesJul 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-collapses-below-estimates/
Chinese Stocks Plunge 8.5%Jul 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-stocks-plunge-8-5/
How Traders Reacted to the Fed’s Leak TodayJul 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-traders-reacted-to-the-feds-leak-today/
Jobless Claims Reach 42-Year LowJul 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jobless-claims-reach-42-year-low/
Wall Street Welcomes the “Volcker Rule”Jul 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-welcomes-the-volcker-rule/
Is Wall Street Starting to Feel “Big Blue”?Jul 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-wall-street-starting-to-feel-big-blue/
What’s Going on With Gold?Jul 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whats-going-on-with-gold/
Prepping for a Tidal Wave of EarningsJul 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/prepping-for-a-tidal-wave-of-earnings/
Stocks Rise as Greek Can Kicked Down the RoadJul 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rise-as-greek-can-kicked-down-the-road/
The Market Reacts to the Greek VoteJul 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-market-reacts-to-the-greek-vote/
What we Learned from the Bank ReportsJul 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-we-learned-from-the-bank-reports/
Greece Agrees to Tougher Bailout DealJul 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greece-agrees-to-tougher-bailout-deal/
Investors Shift to Risk-On Will it Last?Jul 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-shift-to-risk-on-will-it-last/
China to Arrest “Malicious” Short SellersJul 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-to-arrest-malicious-short-sellers/
Chinese Stocks Continue to CollapseJul 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-stocks-continue-to-collapse/
China and Europe Get a Rough Start on TuesdayJul 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-and-europe-get-a-rough-start-on-tuesday/
Greece Goes All InJul 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greece-goes-all-in/
Will Traders See Fireworks Next Week?Jul 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-traders-see-fireworks-next-week/
Greece Raises the White FlagJul 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greece-raises-the-white-flag/
Chicago PMI Remains Below 50Jun 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chicago-pmi-remains-below-50/
Greek Banks Remain Closed this WeekJun 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greek-banks-remain-closed-this-week/
Index “Rebalancing Day” is HereJun 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/index-rebalancing-day-is-here/
Healthcare Stocks React to Supreme Court RulingJun 25, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/healthcare-stocks-react-to-supreme-court-ruling/
Final Q1 GDP Confirms ContractionJun 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/final-q1-gdp-confirms-contraction/
Are Fundamentals or Technicals Pushing Stock Prices?Jun 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-fundamentals-or-technicals-pushing-stock-prices/
Opa! Hopes for a Greek Deal Boosts StocksJun 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/opa-hopes-for-a-greek-deal-boosts-stocks/
Is the stock market bored with today’s Greek tragedy?Jun 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-stock-market-bored-with-todays-greek-tragedy/
New York Pops while Shanghai DropsJun 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-york-pops-while-shanghai-drops/
What the Fed Did and Didn’t Say in Today’s AnnouncementJun 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-did-and-didnt-say-in-todays-announcement/
Building Permits Jump in MayJun 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/building-permits-jump-in-may/
Industrial Production Levels DropJun 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/industrial-production-levels-drop/
Is this the End of Stock Buybacks?Jun 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-this-the-end-of-stock-buybacks/
Better-than-Expected Retail SalesJun 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/better-than-expected-retail-sales/
Surging Yen and the Carry TradeJun 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/surging-yen-and-the-carry-trade/
Will the Dow Lose its Gains for the Year?Jun 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-dow-lose-its-gains-for-the-year/
What does a rising greenback mean for US Stocks?Jun 8, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-does-a-rising-greenback-mean-for-us-stocks/
Is the Labor Report’s Good News really Bad News?Jun 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-labor-reports-good-news-really-bad-news/
Are Fears of Higher Yields Overblown?Jun 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-fears-of-higher-yields-overblown/
The ECB Takes and Aggressive StanceJun 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-ecb-takes-and-aggressive-stance/
Greek Hopes Run HighJun 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greek-hopes-run-high/
Big-Ticket M&A Activity ContinuesJun 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/big-ticket-ma-activity-continues/
Summer Vacation or Institutional SelloffMay 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/summer-vacation-or-institutional-selloff/
The Barbell Volume EffectMay 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-barbell-volume-effect/
Rising Dollar, Falling OilMay 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rising-dollar-falling-oil/
What’s Driving Today’s Volatility?May 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whats-driving-todays-volatility/
The Divergence Between Transports and Industrials Continues to WidenMay 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-divergence-between-transports-and-industrials-continues-to-widen/
Mixed Economic MessagesMay 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-economic-messages/
What is Happening in Retail?May 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-is-happening-in-retail/
ECB Pledges to Frontload QEMay 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-pledges-to-frontload-qe/
What Yields and Home-builders are Telling Traders TodayMay 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-yields-and-home-builders-are-telling-traders-today/
Where’s the Inflation?May 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wheres-the-inflation/
Wholesale Prices Falling in U.S.May 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wholesale-prices-falling-in-u-s/
Eurozone GDP Ticks HigherMay 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/eurozone-gdp-ticks-higher/
Will Volatile European Bonds Crack this Consolidation?May 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-volatile-european-bonds-crack-this-consolidation/
Will lower unemployment bring inflation?May 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-lower-unemployment-bring-inflation/
Jobs Data Juices Investor HopesMay 8, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jobs-data-juices-investor-hopes/
Will Earnings Stop the Selling in China from Spreading?May 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-earnings-stop-the-selling-in-china-from-spreading/
A Big Week for LaborMay 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-big-week-for-labor/
Trade Gap Gapes OpenMay 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trade-gap-gapes-open/
Could Consolidation be Over?May 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/could-consolidation-be-over/
Should Traders be Distressed or Celebrate this May Day?May 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-traders-be-distressed-or-celebrate-this-may-day/
Treasury Yields are on the RiseApr 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-are-on-the-rise-3/
Analyzing the Market Reaction to the FOMCApr 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/analyzing-the-market-reaction-to-the-fomc/
Mixed Messages in Today’s Earnings ReportsApr 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-messages-in-todays-earnings-reports/
Chinese Stocks Rush to Catch up with New U.S. RecordsApr 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-stocks-rush-to-catch-up-with-new-u-s-records/
Is this Bull Market low on CashApr 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-this-bull-market-low-on-cash/
Will Traders Push the Nasdaq to New All-Time Highs?Apr 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-traders-push-the-nasdaq-to-new-all-time-highs/
What are option traders saying about earnings season?Apr 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-are-option-traders-saying-about-earnings-season/
The Dollar and EarningsApr 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dollar-and-earnings/
How Broad is Today’s Rally?Apr 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-broad-is-todays-rally/
Stocks Bump Up Against Resistance… AgainApr 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-bump-up-against-resistance-again/
Housing Numbers Fall Short in MarchApr 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/housing-numbers-fall-short-in-march/
All That Glitters is DraghiApr 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/all-that-glitters-is-draghi/
And They’re Off! The Bank Reports BeginApr 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/and-theyre-off-the-bank-reports-begin/
Looking Forward to a Big Earnings WeekApr 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/looking-forward-to-a-big-earnings-week/
Can Energy Stocks Rally Now?Apr 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-energy-stocks-rally-now/
Is the Rally in China a Short Squeeze or Not?Apr 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-rally-in-china-a-short-squeeze-or-not/
Dissecting the Fed’s PlansApr 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dissecting-the-feds-plans/
Europe is Back from HolidayApr 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/europe-is-back-from-holiday/
Wall Street Shrugs of 126K Jobs NumberApr 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-shrugs-of-126k-jobs-number/
Trade Deficit Drops to 12-Month LowsApr 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trade-deficit-drops-to-12-month-lows/
ADP Jobs Number < 200KApr 1, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-jobs-number-200k/
Stocks Continue a Volatile WeekMar 31, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-continue-a-volatile-week/
China’s Easing Could Boost the Market AgainMar 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinas-easing-could-boost-the-market-again/
Gold’s Doomed New RallyMar 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/golds-doomed-new-rally/
Why are Stocks and Bonds Falling?Mar 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-are-stocks-and-bonds-falling/
Declining Durable Goods OrdersMar 25, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/declining-durable-goods-orders/
Is Inflation Finally Rising?Mar 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-inflation-finally-rising/
Housing and the EconomyMar 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/housing-and-the-economy/
The Profits of PatienceMar 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-profits-of-patience/
Will the Rally Fail?Mar 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-rally-fail/
Reading the FOMC Tea LeavesMar 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/reading-the-fomc-tea-leaves-2/
Stocks React to the Fed and Housing DataMar 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-react-to-the-fed-and-housing-data/
The Impact of Iranian OilMar 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-impact-of-iranian-oil/
Pricing in a 10-step rate hikeMar 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/pricing-in-a-10-step-rate-hike/
What are Retail Sales Numbers Telling Traders?Mar 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-are-retail-sales-numbers-telling-traders/
How Stressed are the Banks?Mar 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-stressed-are-the-banks/
Impacts of a Rising USDMar 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/impacts-of-a-rising-usd/
Bull Market Turns 6 Today!Mar 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bull-market-turns-6-today/
Is the End of the Debt Supercycle a Bad Thing?Mar 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-end-of-the-debt-supercycle-a-bad-thing/
ECB to Start QE Next WeekMar 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-to-start-qe-next-week/
Market Reacts to ADP Jobs NumbersMar 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-reacts-to-adp-jobs-numbers/
What News is Really Driving the Market?Mar 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-news-is-really-driving-the-market/
The New NASDAQ at 5000Mar 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-new-nasdaq-at-5000/
Sentiment Improves but Home Sales FallFeb 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sentiment-improves-but-home-sales-fall/
Is Disinflation Becoming a Problem?Feb 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-disinflation-becoming-a-problem/
Do Retail Stocks Still Have Room to Run?Feb 25, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-retail-stocks-still-have-room-to-run/
Chair Yellen Testifies Before CongressFeb 24, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chair-yellen-testifies-before-congress/
The Greenback BoogieFeb 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-greenback-boogie/
The European Game of Economic ChickenFeb 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-european-game-of-economic-chicken/
It’s a “Structurally Fair” MarketFeb 19, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/its-a-structurally-fair-market/
What the Fed Minutes Said and Didn’t SayFeb 18, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-minutes-said-and-didnt-say/
The Unexpected Reaction to Greek NewsFeb 17, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-unexpected-reaction-to-greek-news/
Are Bonds Signaling Trouble for Stocks?Feb 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-bonds-signaling-trouble-for-stocks/
Progress in Ukraine, Easing in Sweden and Greece is on HoldFeb 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/progress-in-ukraine-easing-in-sweden-and-greece-is-on-hold/
Revenue’s the Problem this Earnings SeasonFeb 11, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/revenues-the-problem-this-earnings-season/
What Could Break the Consolidation?Feb 10, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-could-break-the-consolidation/
Which Sectors are Shining in 2015?Feb 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/which-sectors-are-shining-in-2015/
Jobs Data vs. Deflation DataFeb 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jobs-data-vs-deflation-data/
Have Oil Priced Hit Bottom?Feb 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/have-oil-priced-hit-bottom/
ADP Misses Payrolls ExpectationsFeb 4, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-misses-payrolls-expectations/
What’s the Plan for Greek Debt?Feb 3, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whats-the-plan-for-greek-debt/
 Is It Too Early for a Bottom in Oil?Feb 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-too-early-for-a-bottom-in-oil/
What the VIX Won’t Tell YouJan 30, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-vix-wont-tell-you/
More Earnings Surprises and DisappointmentsJan 29, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-earnings-surprises-and-disappointments/
Is the Market Losing Momentum?Jan 28, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-market-losing-momentum/
Wall Street Bullishness Not so DurableJan 27, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-bullishness-not-so-durable/
Is Greek Anti-Austerity Contagious?Jan 26, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-greek-anti-austerity-contagious/
Can the Dollar Go Higher Still?Jan 23, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-dollar-go-higher-still/
How Much Bullishness Can €1 Trillion Buy?Jan 22, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-much-bullishness-can-e1-trillion-buy/
ECB Rumors are SwirlingJan 21, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-rumors-are-swirling/
QE’s Effect on Bonds and CommoditiesJan 20, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/qes-effect-on-bonds-and-commodities/
Anticipating Earnings AheadJan 16, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/anticipating-earnings-ahead/
Swiss National Bank Completely Shocks the MarketJan 15, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/swiss-national-bank-completely-shocks-the-market/
Bank Earnings and Retail Sales Disrupts the MarketJan 14, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-earnings-and-retail-sales-disrupts-the-market/
Keep an Eye on the S&P 500 Earnings YieldJan 13, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/keep-an-eye-on-the-sp-500-earnings-yield/
Cheaper Black Gold…Texas TeaJan 12, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/cheaper-black-gold-texas-tea/
What does Volatility Tell Investors?Jan 9, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-does-volatility-tell-investors/
Rally Continues on Wall StreetJan 8, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rally-continues-on-wall-street/
ADP and the FOMC Meeting MinutesJan 7, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-and-the-fomc-meeting-minutes/
Yields Continue to Fall as Bonds RiseJan 6, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/yields-continue-to-fall-as-bonds-rise/
What’s So Bad about Falling Energy Prices Anyway?Jan 5, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whats-so-bad-about-falling-energy-prices-anyway/
A Look Ahead for the Market in 2015Jan 2, 2015https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-look-ahead-for-the-market-in-2015/
Light End-of-Year VolumeDec 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/light-end-of-year-volume/
Short Interest and Greek ProblemsDec 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/short-interest-and-greek-problems/
The Value of ForecastingDec 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-value-of-forecasting/
Was Today’s Decline in Pharmaceutical Stocks Fundamental or Technical?Dec 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/was-todays-decline-in-pharmaceutical-stocks-fundamental-or-technical/
Oil Stays Near Lows Before the HolidayDec 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-stays-near-lows-before-the-holiday/
Is Retail Getting Ready to Rally?Dec 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-retail-getting-ready-to-rally/
The Aftermath of Oil’s VolatilityDec 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-aftermath-of-oils-volatility/
What the Fed Said and Didn’t SayDec 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-said-and-didnt-say/
Global Investors Seek Safe HavenDec 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-investors-seek-safe-haven/
Russell 2000 Breaks SupportDec 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/russell-2000-breaks-support/
The Good News and Bad News of Cheap OilDec 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-good-news-and-bad-news-of-cheap-oil/
Retail Sales Saves the DayDec 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-saves-the-day/
No Government ShutdownDec 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/no-government-shutdown/
Problems in China and GreeceDec 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/problems-in-china-and-greece/
Why Homebuilder Stocks Matter to InvestorsDec 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-homebuilder-stocks-matter-to-investors/
Labor Shocks to the UpsideDec 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-shocks-to-the-upside/
ECB Punts Until 2015Dec 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-punts-until-2015/
Getting Ready for the ECB and LaborDec 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/getting-ready-for-the-ecb-and-labor/
Selling the News Doesn’t Derail UptrendDec 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/selling-the-news-doesnt-derail-uptrend/
Falling Oil Prices Affects More than Just Oil CompaniesDec 1, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/falling-oil-prices-affects-more-than-just-oil-companies/
Gearing Up for ThanksgivingNov 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gearing-up-for-thanksgiving/
Very Mixed Economic Data Rattles the MarketNov 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/very-mixed-economic-data-rattles-the-market/
Getting Ready for Black FridayNov 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/getting-ready-for-black-friday/
China Surprises with More EasingNov 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-surprises-with-more-easing/
Goldman’s Big Themes for the YearNov 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/goldmans-big-themes-for-the-year/
Fed Minutes and Retail ReportsNov 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fed-minutes-and-retail-reports/
Back on TrackNov 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/back-on-track/
“Whatever It Takes”Nov 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whatever-it-takes/
Is the Economy as Strong as this Bull Market Predicts?Nov 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-economy-as-strong-as-this-bull-market-predicts/
S&P 500 Holds at ResistanceNov 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-holds-at-resistance/
The Pre-Holiday Retail LandscapeNov 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-pre-holiday-retail-landscape/
What “Singles Day” says about Black FridayNov 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-singles-day-says-about-black-friday/
A Big Week for the Dollar and OilNov 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-big-week-for-the-dollar-and-oil/
What Today’s NFP Report Says about the US EconomyNov 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-todays-nfp-report-says-about-the-us-economy/
The ECB Makes Big PromisesNov 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-ecb-makes-big-promises/
Do the Election Results Really Matter?Nov 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-the-election-results-really-matter/
The Dollar and the Trade GapNov 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dollar-and-the-trade-gap/
Another Day, Another Intra-day RecordNov 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/another-day-another-intra-day-record/
U.S. Economy Grows by 3.5% in Q3Oct 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-economy-grows-by-3-5-in-q3/
The Legacy of Quantitative Easing (QE)Oct 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-legacy-of-quantitative-easing-qe/
Energy Stocks Prepare for Mean ReversionOct 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/energy-stocks-prepare-for-mean-reversion/
The End of Quantitative Easing… For NowOct 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-end-of-quantitative-easing-for-now/
Oil Volatility and Earnings SurprisesOct 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-volatility-and-earnings-surprises/
 OPEC and EarningsOct 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/opec-and-earnings/
Inflation, Retail Sales, and Earnings SurprisesOct 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inflation-retail-sales-and-earnings-surprises/
Gold Breaks Above Key ResistanceOct 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-breaks-above-key-resistance/
European Earnings Show Signs of WeaknessOct 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-earnings-show-signs-of-weakness/
Fourth Quarter Earnings AheadOct 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fourth-quarter-earnings-ahead/
Has Support Been Confirmed?Oct 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/has-support-been-confirmed/
Bonds Surge as Stocks FallOct 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bonds-surge-as-stocks-fall/
Bank Reports Push StocksOct 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-reports-push-stocks/
When Volatility Storms StrikeOct 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-volatility-storms-strike/
Columbus Day’s Effect on the MarketOct 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/columbus-days-effect-on-the-market/
Volatility Continues as ECB Spooks the MarketOct 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volatility-continues-as-ecb-spooks-the-market/
What Happens When a Stock is HaltedOct 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-happens-when-a-stock-is-halted/
More Bad News from GermanyOct 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-bad-news-from-germany/
Will Rising Dollar Depress Earnings this Quarter?Oct 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-rising-dollar-depress-earnings-this-quarter/
Loaded for BearOct 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/loaded-for-bear/
ECB Fails to Soothe MarketsOct 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-fails-to-soothe-markets/
S&P 500 Retests 100-day Moving AverageOct 1, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-retests-100-day-moving-average/
The Outlook for Earnings SeasonSep 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-outlook-for-earnings-season/
Why Disruptions in Small Economies Matter so MuchSep 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-disruptions-in-small-economies-matter-so-much/
Of Buy and HoldSep 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/of-buy-and-hold/
Volatility Still RisingSep 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volatility-still-rising/
New Home Sales and Housing EarningsSep 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-home-sales-and-housing-earnings/
Knee-Jerk Reactions to Geopolitical EventsSep 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/knee-jerk-reactions-to-geopolitical-events/
Stocks Turn at the Autumnal EquinoxSep 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-turn-at-the-autumnal-equinox/
Is Yahoo Suddenly Unimportant?Sep 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-yahoo-suddenly-unimportant/
Housing Market Still ChoppySep 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/housing-market-still-choppy/
FOMC Releases New Economic ProjectionsSep 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fomc-releases-new-economic-projections/
How Inflation affects Stock Prices in Today’s MarketSep 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-inflation-affects-stock-prices-in-todays-market/
What Traders are Doing Ahead of the FedSep 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-traders-are-doing-ahead-of-the-fed/
Sanctions versus Economic Reports – Which Matters Most?Sep 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sanctions-versus-economic-reports-which-matters-most/
Are the Upcoming IPO’s Good or Bad for the Market?Sep 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-the-upcoming-ipos-good-or-bad-for-the-market/
The Swiss and Safe-Haven PressureSep 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-swiss-and-safe-haven-pressure/
Treasury Yields are on the RiseSep 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-are-on-the-rise-2/
Gold Drops to 3-Month LowsSep 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-drops-to-3-month-lows/
Labor, Europe and Retail Give Conflicting SignalsSep 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-europe-and-retail-give-conflicting-signals/
ECB Surprises Markets with More Cuts and QESep 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-surprises-markets-with-more-cuts-and-qe/
Why German Stocks and the Dollar Matter TodaySep 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-german-stocks-and-the-dollar-matter-today/
What the Drop in Oil Says about StocksSep 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-drop-in-oil-says-about-stocks/
Russia’s Impact on Currencies, Stocks, and OilAug 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/russias-impact-on-currencies-stocks-and-oil/
Will Problems in Ukraine Spoil Today’s GDP News?Aug 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-problems-in-ukraine-spoil-todays-gdp-news/
Retail Continues to Show Signs of LifeAug 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-continues-to-show-signs-of-life/
Core Durable Goods Number Misses ExpectationsAug 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/core-durable-goods-number-misses-expectations/
Does 2,000 Matter on the S&P 500?Aug 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/does-2000-matter-on-the-sp-500/
Moving Away From NormalAug 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/moving-away-from-normal/
Everything on Wall Street is “Coming Up Milhouse!”Aug 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/everything-on-wall-street-is-coming-up-milhouse/
Decoding the FOMC Meeting MinutesAug 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/decoding-the-fomc-meeting-minutes/
Housing Data and Housing StocksAug 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/housing-data-and-housing-stocks/
Will the Fed’s Meetings in Jackson Hole Affect the Markets?Aug 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-feds-meetings-in-jackson-hole-affect-the-markets/
Economic Reports and the Threat of ConflictAug 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/economic-reports-and-the-threat-of-conflict/
Retail Reports Continue to Send a Mixed MessageAug 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-reports-continue-to-send-a-mixed-message/
Can the Economy Recover if Consumers aren’t Spending?Aug 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-economy-recover-if-consumers-arent-spending/
Will Investors Dash for Cash?Aug 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-investors-dash-for-cash/
Is Wall Street Buying the Dip?Aug 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-wall-street-buying-the-dip/
The Panic that Wasn’tAug 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-panic-that-wasnt/
No New Easing from the ECBAug 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/no-new-easing-from-the-ecb/
Gold Spikes as Stocks RecoverAug 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-spikes-as-stocks-recover/
Retail Data Threatens to Throw a Wrench in the WorksAug 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-data-threatens-to-throw-a-wrench-in-the-works/
 What Happens to Stocks if the Currency Market Wakes Up?Aug 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-happens-to-stocks-if-the-currency-market-wakes-up/
When Volatility StrikesAug 1, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-volatility-strikes/
Using Manufacturing Data as a Forecasting ToolJul 31, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/using-manufacturing-data-as-a-forecasting-tool/
Fed, GDP and Labor Announcements – This is a Busy Week for TradersJul 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fed-gdp-and-labor-announcements-this-is-a-busy-week-for-traders/
Wall Street Waits for TomorrowJul 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-waits-for-tomorrow/
IPO Market Heating UpJul 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ipo-market-heating-up/
Credit Cards and Online Shopping Take a HitJul 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/credit-cards-and-online-shopping-take-a-hit/
New Home Sales DisappointJul 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-home-sales-disappoint/
Will Resistance Hold?Jul 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-resistance-hold/
Consumer Defensive Takes a HitJul 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-defensive-takes-a-hit/
Earnings Reports and Consumer StocksJul 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-reports-and-consumer-stocks/
Bad Economy or Just Bad Movies?Jul 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bad-economy-or-just-bad-movies/
Small Caps Flash Warning SignJul 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/small-caps-flash-warning-sign/
Finance versus Technology – Which Earnings Reports Matter Most?Jul 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/finance-versus-technology-which-earnings-reports-matter-most/
When Falling Profits Seems Like Good NewsJul 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-falling-profits-seems-like-good-news/
Earnings Season Off on the Right FootJul 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-season-off-on-the-right-foot/
Are You Ready for a Crash?Jul 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-you-ready-for-a-crash/
The Reaction to Portugal’s Problems was SurprisingJul 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-reaction-to-portugals-problems-was-surprising/
Digging into the FOMC MinutesJul 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/digging-into-the-fomc-minutes/
Dow Gives Up 17,000Jul 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-gives-up-17000/
Preparing for July’s Earnings SeasonJul 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-for-julys-earnings-season/
 Jobs, Bubbles, and Interest RatesJul 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jobs-bubbles-and-interest-rates/
Q3 Starts with a BangJul 1, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/q3-starts-with-a-bang/
Are You Ready for Q3?Jun 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-you-ready-for-q3/
Rebalancing and “Window Dressing” at Quarter’s EndJun 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rebalancing-and-window-dressing-at-quarters-end/
All Quiet on the Wall Street FrontJun 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/all-quiet-on-the-wall-street-front/
The GDP Hole Gets DeeperJun 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-gdp-hole-gets-deeper/
Market Volatility and the Myths around Short-SqueezesJun 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-volatility-and-the-myths-around-short-squeezes/
Should Investors Worry About Inflation?Jun 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-investors-worry-about-inflation/
Is Margin Debt Too High?Jun 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-margin-debt-too-high/
Will Defensive Stocks Lead the Way Next Quarter?Jun 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-defensive-stocks-lead-the-way-next-quarter/
The Fed, Transportation, and IraqJun 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-fed-transportation-and-iraq/
Small-Caps Continue to RecoverJun 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/small-caps-continue-to-recover/
Tensions Mount as Iraq Faces InsurgentsJun 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/tensions-mount-as-iraq-faces-insurgents/
The Impossible BoomJun 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-impossible-boom/
Retail Sales DisappointJun 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-disappoint-2/
Traders May Take a BreatherJun 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-may-take-a-breather/
New Developments in China and Japan May drive U.S. StocksJun 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-developments-in-china-and-japan-may-drive-u-s-stocks/
What Matters Most this Week?Jun 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-matters-most-this-week/
Efficient Economy HypothesisJun 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/efficient-economy-hypothesis/
The ECB Introduces Negative Interest RatesJun 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-ecb-introduces-negative-interest-rates/
Why Volume is so Light and What it Could Mean for StocksJun 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-volume-is-so-light-and-what-it-could-mean-for-stocks/
A Glimpse Inside Dark PoolsJun 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-glimpse-inside-dark-pools/
Sliding Small-Cap StocksJun 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sliding-small-cap-stocks/
The Market’s Separation AnxietyMay 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-markets-separation-anxiety/
Revised Q1 2014 GDP Shows -1% LossMay 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/revised-q1-2014-gdp-shows-1-loss/
Stock Buybacks Continue to Fuel RallyMay 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stock-buybacks-continue-to-fuel-rally/
How the Votes in Europe May Move the MarketMay 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-the-votes-in-europe-may-move-the-market/
On the Verge of a BreakoutMay 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/on-the-verge-of-a-breakout/
Mixed Manufacturing Data Could Affect PricesMay 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-manufacturing-data-could-affect-prices/
 How Long do Channels Last?May 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-long-do-channels-last/
Retail Stocks Stumble on EarningsMay 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-stocks-stumble-on-earnings/
Is Money Moving to the Sidelines?May 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-money-moving-to-the-sidelines/
Volatility Continues on a Big News DayMay 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volatility-continues-on-a-big-news-day/
5 Things to Watch in the Market Over the Next WeekMay 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/5-things-to-watch-in-the-market-over-the-next-week/
Treasury Yields Hit Six-Month LowMay 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-hit-six-month-low/
Germany Backs the ECB and Stocks ReactMay 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/germany-backs-the-ecb-and-stocks-react/
Dow Hits New HighsMay 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-hits-new-highs/
A Time for PatienceMay 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-time-for-patience/
How Will Changes in the Euro Affect Stocks?May 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-will-changes-in-the-euro-affect-stocks/
Just Another Momentum Sell-off or Something More?May 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/just-another-momentum-sell-off-or-something-more/
U.S. Dollar Drops to New LowsMay 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-dollar-drops-to-new-lows/
How Will the Market Celebrate Cinco de Mayo?May 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-will-the-market-celebrate-cinco-de-mayo/
Traders React to a Stronger than Expected Labor ReportMay 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-react-to-a-stronger-than-expected-labor-report/
Halfway Through Earnings SeasonMay 1, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/halfway-through-earnings-season/
Adjusting Expectations for the FedApr 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adjusting-expectations-for-the-fed/
Are M&A’s a Good Thing or Bad?Apr 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-mas-a-good-thing-or-bad/
Stocks Hang On the End of a Yo-YoApr 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-hang-on-the-end-of-a-yo-yo/
Warning Sign or Opportunity?Apr 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/warning-sign-or-opportunity/
Stock Splits, Earnings, and Durable Goods SurprisesApr 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stock-splits-earnings-and-durable-goods-surprises/
Will This Week’s Earnings Keep Momentum Stocks Positive?Apr 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-this-weeks-earnings-keep-momentum-stocks-positive/
The Biotech M&A TurnaroundApr 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-biotech-ma-turnaround/
Earnings to Drive Markets this WeekApr 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-to-drive-markets-this-week/
Let the Earnings Tug-o-War BeginApr 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/let-the-earnings-tug-o-war-begin/
Is Good News Good or Bad?Apr 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-good-news-good-or-bad/
Taxes, Housing, and InflationApr 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/taxes-housing-and-inflation/
Was Monday’s Bank Earnings Report Good or Bad News?Apr 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/was-mondays-bank-earnings-report-good-or-bad-news/
A Bear Market for the New NormalApr 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-bear-market-for-the-new-normal/
What Greek Bonds Say about the Market’s PotentialApr 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-greek-bonds-say-about-the-markets-potential/
Send in the Clowns – Earnings Season StartsApr 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/send-in-the-clowns-earnings-season-starts/
IMF Still Sees Global GrowthApr 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/imf-still-sees-global-growth/
Wall Street Fails to Get Bullish Over the WeekendApr 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-fails-to-get-bullish-over-the-weekend/
The Little Boy who cried Wolf on Wall Street; why the market is not rigged.Apr 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-little-boy-who-cried-wolf-on-wall-street-why-the-market-is-not-rigged/
Still Holding Out Hope for the ECBApr 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/still-holding-out-hope-for-the-ecb/
Is the Market Ready for Another Bullish Surge?Apr 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-market-ready-for-another-bullish-surge/
PMI Delivers Some Mixed NewsApr 1, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/pmi-delivers-some-mixed-news/
What Commodity Prices are Saying About this QuarterMar 31, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-commodity-prices-are-saying-about-this-quarter/
Quarter End BluesMar 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/quarter-end-blues/
Traders Might be Feeling a Little Less StressedMar 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-might-be-feeling-a-little-less-stressed/
The European Central Bank Hints at More Easing and Traders ReactMar 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-european-central-bank-hints-at-more-easing-and-traders-react/
Will Consumer Confidence be Enough?Mar 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-consumer-confidence-be-enough/
Momentum Stocks Lose Some LusterMar 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/momentum-stocks-lose-some-luster/
Pricing In ConflictMar 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/pricing-in-conflict/
Bears are Absent on Wall StreetMar 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bears-are-absent-on-wall-street/
The FOMC Has SpokenMar 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-fomc-has-spoken/
Does it Matter that Tech is Leading?Mar 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/does-it-matter-that-tech-is-leading/
Stocks Start Monday by Wearing GreenMar 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-start-monday-by-wearing-green/
Is the European Central Bank Prepping for More Easing?Mar 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-european-central-bank-prepping-for-more-easing/
Are U.S. Stocks a Safe-Haven Investment?Mar 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-u-s-stocks-a-safe-haven-investment/
What do Copper, Interest Rates, Yen, and Gold Have in Common?Mar 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-do-copper-interest-rates-yen-and-gold-have-in-common/
BOJ Keeps QE in PlaceMar 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/boj-keeps-qe-in-place/
Resistance Holds on Major IndexesMar 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/resistance-holds-on-major-indexes/
The Labor Report and Stock PricesMar 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-labor-report-and-stock-prices/
ECB Rates Unchanged…EUR Pops HigherMar 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-rates-unchanged-eur-pops-higher/
ADP Report Misses ExpectationsMar 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-report-misses-expectations/
Markets React to a Shift in the Ukraine CrisisMar 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-react-to-a-shift-in-the-ukraine-crisis/
The Problem in Ukraine – How Will it Affect Stocks?Mar 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-problem-in-ukraine-how-will-it-affect-stocks/
The Greater Fool TheoryFeb 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-greater-fool-theory/
Not So Durable GoodsFeb 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/not-so-durable-goods/
What it Means When Retail Stocks Outpace FinancialsFeb 26, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-it-means-when-retail-stocks-outpace-financials/
The Bulls May Not Be DoneFeb 25, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-bulls-may-not-be-done/
S&P 500 at New Highs…AlmostFeb 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-at-new-highs-almost/
When Club-Hopping Markets Don’t Want to go HomeFeb 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-club-hopping-markets-dont-want-to-go-home/
Philly Fed and Flash Manufacturing PMI Telling Different StoriesFeb 20, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/philly-fed-and-flash-manufacturing-pmi-telling-different-stories/
Climbing the Ukrainian Wall of WorryFeb 19, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/climbing-the-ukrainian-wall-of-worry/
Will Another Week of Bad Data be Good or Bad for Stocks?Feb 18, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-another-week-of-bad-data-be-good-or-bad-for-stocks/
When the market writes love notesFeb 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-the-market-writes-love-notes/
Is Retail Sales Data Pointing to an Exhausted Consumer?Feb 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-retail-sales-data-pointing-to-an-exhausted-consumer/
Can You Trust the Bounce?Feb 12, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-you-trust-the-bounce/
Market Reacts to Yellen’s RemarksFeb 11, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-reacts-to-yellens-remarks/
Gold Breaks Through Key Resistance LevelFeb 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-breaks-through-key-resistance-level/
The Job of the MarketFeb 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-job-of-the-market/
ECB Leaves Interest Rates UnchangedFeb 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-leaves-interest-rates-unchanged/
Support Holds After ADPFeb 5, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/support-holds-after-adp/
Will a Change in the Fed Change the Market?Feb 4, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-a-change-in-the-fed-change-the-market/
Will Manufacturers Stop the Bounce Before it Starts?Feb 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-manufacturers-stop-the-bounce-before-it-starts/
Portfolio Protection PracticesJan 31, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/portfolio-protection-practices/
Stocks Bounce at Support – Will it Last?Jan 30, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-bounce-at-support-will-it-last/
The Fed and the Currency MarketJan 29, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-fed-and-the-currency-market/
Stocks Rally at SupportJan 28, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rally-at-support/
Is Wall Street Going to Buy the Dip?Jan 27, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-wall-street-going-to-buy-the-dip/
Are Transport Stocks Confirming a Bearish Breakout?Jan 24, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-transport-stocks-confirming-a-bearish-breakout/
China and Japan Curb Enthusiasm on Wall StreetJan 23, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-and-japan-curb-enthusiasm-on-wall-street/
Earnings Season Heats UpJan 22, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-season-heats-up/
Why Stocks Drop when they “Beat” Earnings?Jan 21, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-stocks-drop-when-they-beat-earnings/
Gold and its MinersJan 17, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-and-its-miners/
Resistance Puts Up a FightJan 16, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/resistance-puts-up-a-fight/
Bank Reports Start Earnings Season with a BangJan 15, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-reports-start-earnings-season-with-a-bang/
Stocks Bounce on Retail SalesJan 14, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-bounce-on-retail-sales/
Treasury Yields Continue to FallJan 13, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-continue-to-fall/
Labor Report Shocker and Its Effect on the MarketJan 10, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-report-shocker-and-its-effect-on-the-market/
A Mixed Day on Wall StreetJan 9, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-mixed-day-on-wall-street/
ADP Reports Strong Job GrowthJan 8, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-reports-strong-job-growth/
Analysts Continue to Make Some MovesJan 7, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/analysts-continue-to-make-some-moves/
Traders Come Back to WorkJan 6, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-come-back-to-work/
Guarding Against Investor ComplacencyJan 3, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/guarding-against-investor-complacency/
Chinese Data Shakes Trader ConfidenceJan 2, 2014https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-data-shakes-trader-confidence/
Another Slow Week on Wall Street?Dec 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/another-slow-week-on-wall-street/
Tax Season Starts NowDec 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/tax-season-starts-now/
10-Year Treasuries Flirt with 3%Dec 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/10-year-treasuries-flirt-with-3/
The Santa Claus Rally and Window DressingDec 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-santa-claus-rally-and-window-dressing/
Why Diversification MattersDec 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-diversification-matters/
What Does Gold’s Movement Tells Traders?Dec 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-does-golds-movement-tells-traders/
What the Fed Did and Didn’t SayDec 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-did-and-didnt-say-2/
Waiting for TomorrowDec 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/waiting-for-tomorrow/
Industrial Production Picks UpDec 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/industrial-production-picks-up/
Is the Santa Claus Rally a MythDec 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-santa-claus-rally-a-myth/
Retail Sales Winners and LosersDec 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-winners-and-losers/
Wall Street Reacts as Congress Makes Budget DealDec 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-reacts-as-congress-makes-budget-deal/
Will the Volcker Rule Hurt or Help the Market?Dec 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-volcker-rule-hurt-or-help-the-market/
Will Changes in Volume Data Change Trader Behavior?Dec 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-changes-in-volume-data-change-trader-behavior/
When is Good News Really Good News?Dec 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-is-good-news-really-good-news/
GDP Surprises Higher, Stocks Move LowerDec 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gdp-surprises-higher-stocks-move-lower/
Jobs Data Drive Yields HigherDec 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jobs-data-drive-yields-higher/
The VIX is Approaching 15Dec 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-vix-is-approaching-15/
 Oh no! More good newsDec 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oh-no-more-good-news/
Post Hoc Ergo Propter HocNov 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/post-hoc-ergo-propter-hoc/
 More Bears Stop Fighting the BubbleNov 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-bears-stop-fighting-the-bubble/
Global Tensions Ease and Pairs Trading Gets More PopularNov 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-tensions-ease-and-pairs-trading-gets-more-popular/
The Retail ConundrumNov 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-retail-conundrum/
Trading in a Bobblehead MarketNov 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trading-in-a-bobblehead-market/
Watching the Turnaround IndexNov 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/watching-the-turnaround-index/
Will Tighter Margins Hurt Retail this Christmas?Nov 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-tighter-margins-hurt-retail-this-christmas/
S&P 500 Hits 1,800…Dow Hits 16,000Nov 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-hits-1800-dow-hits-16000/
What does the FX Market Say?Nov 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-does-the-fx-market-say/
Yellen Testimony Lifts StocksNov 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/yellen-testimony-lifts-stocks/
Treasury Yields are on the RiseNov 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/treasury-yields-are-on-the-rise/
A Deeper Look at Real EstateNov 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-deeper-look-at-real-estate/
Volume Will be Slow to Start the WeekNov 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volume-will-be-slow-to-start-the-week/
Leaving the Stadium EarlyNov 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/leaving-the-stadium-early/
IPOs and Economic AnnouncementsNov 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ipos-and-economic-announcements/
How the European Central Bank May Affect StocksNov 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-the-european-central-bank-may-affect-stocks/
Stocks Rally After Early FadeNov 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rally-after-early-fade/
Bullishness Evident in IPO MarketNov 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bullishness-evident-in-ipo-market/
When Being Scared is GoodNov 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-being-scared-is-good/
Triple Top on the Dow?Oct 31, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/triple-top-on-the-dow/
Digesting the ADP and FOMCOct 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/digesting-the-adp-and-fomc/
Are European Stocks Running out of Steam?Oct 29, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-european-stocks-running-out-of-steam/
Will Home Sales Numbers Pressure the Fed?Oct 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-home-sales-numbers-pressure-the-fed/
The Dynamics of Panic BuyingOct 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dynamics-of-panic-buying/
More Surprises From EarningsOct 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-surprises-from-earnings/
Transports vs. Industrial StocksOct 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/transports-vs-industrial-stocks/
Stocks Rally on Nonfarm Payrolls MissOct 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rally-on-nonfarm-payrolls-miss/
Existing Home Sales Number Shows WeaknessOct 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/existing-home-sales-number-shows-weakness/
GOOG Breaks $1KOct 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/goog-breaks-1k/
Wall Street is Not Selling the NewsOct 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-is-not-selling-the-news/
The Point of No ReturnsOct 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-point-of-no-returns/
Which Sectors are Leading and LaggingOct 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/which-sectors-are-leading-and-lagging/
Washington and Earnings Compete for Trader AttentionOct 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/washington-and-earnings-compete-for-trader-attention/
Consumer Confidence Slumps, Wall Street Confidence SoarsOct 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-slumps-wall-street-confidence-soars/
Wall Street Wants to be BullishOct 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-wants-to-be-bullish/
Will the Fed Minutes Comfort Traders?Oct 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-fed-minutes-comfort-traders/
IMF Issues Debt Ceiling WarningOct 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/imf-issues-debt-ceiling-warning/
Week Two of the ShutdownOct 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/week-two-of-the-shutdown/
No News is Good NewsOct 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/no-news-is-good-news-2/
Is Confidence on Wall Street is Slipping?Oct 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-confidence-on-wall-street-is-slipping/
Stocks Remain Resilient During ShutdownOct 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-remain-resilient-during-shutdown/
Which Sectors May Struggle During a Shutdown?Oct 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/which-sectors-may-struggle-during-a-shutdown/
Italian Stocks Drop to SupportSep 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/italian-stocks-drop-to-support/
What Happened During the Last Budget Crisis?Sep 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-happened-during-the-last-budget-crisis/
Mixed Messages from Retail StocksSep 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-messages-from-retail-stocks/
Trading the Budget DipSep 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trading-the-budget-dip/
Moody’s Sends Congress a WarningSep 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/moodys-sends-congress-a-warning/
Stocks Continue to SlideSep 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-continue-to-slide/
Investors Fall in Love with Stocks…AgainSep 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-fall-in-love-with-stocks-again/
Can the Bulls Sustain the Rally?Sep 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-bulls-sustain-the-rally/
The FOMC Meeting Everyone Has Been Waiting ForSep 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-fomc-meeting-everyone-has-been-waiting-for/
Watching Commodities and Emerging MarketsSep 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/watching-commodities-and-emerging-markets/
The Race for Fed Chief Takes an Unexpected TurnSep 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-race-for-fed-chief-takes-an-unexpected-turn/
Retail Sales Is Out – Now What?Sep 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-is-out-now-what/
Five Years After LehmanSep 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/five-years-after-lehman/
Can One Stock Determine the Market’s Direction?Sep 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-one-stock-determine-the-markets-direction/
Dow Says Hello to GS, NKE and VSep 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-says-hello-to-gs-nke-and-v/
Can the Dow Stay Above 15,000?Sep 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-dow-stay-above-15000/
Labor’s Downside Surprise – Is it Good or Bad for Stocks?Sep 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labors-downside-surprise-is-it-good-or-bad-for-stocks/
Market Responds to ADP, BOE and ECBSep 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-responds-to-adp-boe-and-ecb/
September Slump?Sep 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/september-slump/
Using Currencies to Analyze StocksSep 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/using-currencies-to-analyze-stocks/
Getting Ready for Football SeasonAug 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/getting-ready-for-football-season/
Is it a Bounce or a Bull Trap?Aug 29, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-a-bounce-or-a-bull-trap/
As the Market Holds Its BreathAug 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/as-the-market-holds-its-breath/
Syria, Stocks and Safe HavensAug 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/syria-stocks-and-safe-havens/
Durable Goods Orders Down – Don’t Tell ManufacturersAug 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/durable-goods-orders-down-dont-tell-manufacturers/
Traders Breathe a Sigh of ReliefAug 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-breathe-a-sigh-of-relief/
Global Manufacturing Provides a Ray of HopeAug 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-manufacturing-provides-a-ray-of-hope/
Digging Into the FOMC Meeting MinutesAug 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/digging-into-the-fomc-meeting-minutes/
Dow Flirts with 15,000Aug 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-flirts-with-15000/
Its Time for Jackson Hole AgainAug 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/its-time-for-jackson-hole-again/
The Herd Gets SpookedAug 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-herd-gets-spooked/
Industrial Production Numbers Miss EstimatesAug 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/industrial-production-numbers-miss-estimates/
Inflation Expectations and Rising YieldsAug 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inflation-expectations-and-rising-yields/
When Good News is Bad NewsAug 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-good-news-is-bad-news/
Sector Rotation Frustrates the PessimistsAug 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sector-rotation-frustrates-the-pessimists/
Why is the Great Rotation HappeningAug 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-is-the-great-rotation-happening/
Is it Gold’s Time to Shine?Aug 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-golds-time-to-shine/
How the Yen Might Drive Stock PricesAug 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-the-yen-might-drive-stock-prices/
Mixed Earnings Announcements Keep Wall Street GuessingAug 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-earnings-announcements-keep-wall-street-guessing/
What Motivates Profit Takers?Aug 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-motivates-profit-takers/
Traders Respond to Conflicting Labor ReportsAug 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-respond-to-conflicting-labor-reports/
Central Banks Exceeded Trader ExpectationsAug 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/central-banks-exceeded-trader-expectations/
ADP, GDP and the FOMCJul 31, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-gdp-and-the-fomc/
Consumer Confidence is Starting to SlipJul 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-is-starting-to-slip/
How Municipal Debt Instability Might Affect the Stock MarketJul 29, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-municipal-debt-instability-might-affect-the-stock-market/
Estimating Potential Volatility Before an Earnings ReportJul 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/estimating-potential-volatility-before-an-earnings-report/
Are Home Builders the Canary in the Coal Mine?Jul 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-home-builders-the-canary-in-the-coal-mine/
Dealing With the “Earnings’ Fade”Jul 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dealing-with-the-earnings-fade/
Will the S&P 500 Break 1,700?Jul 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-sp-500-break-1700/
Earnings Take Center StageJul 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-take-center-stage/
Ignoring MurphyJul 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ignoring-murphy/
Revenue Versus Earnings: Do They Both Matter?Jul 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/revenue-versus-earnings-do-they-both-matter/
Bernanke and Housing Pull on the MarketsJul 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bernanke-and-housing-pull-on-the-markets/
Oil’s Bullish RunJul 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oils-bullish-run/
Will Lower Retail Spending Affect Investor Sentiment?Jul 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-lower-retail-spending-affect-investor-sentiment/
The Price of CautionJul 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-price-of-caution/
Bernanke Can Still Move MarketsJul 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bernanke-can-still-move-markets/
How the Fed’s Minutes Affected the MarketJul 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-the-feds-minutes-affected-the-market/
Latvia, Greece and the ECBJul 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/latvia-greece-and-the-ecb/
Interest Rates and Earnings SeasonJul 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/interest-rates-and-earnings-season/
Washington’s RevengeJul 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/washingtons-revenge/
Will Carry Trade Spark New Rally in Stocks?Jul 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-carry-trade-spark-new-rally-in-stocks/
Do Holiday Weeks Affect the Market?Jul 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/do-holiday-weeks-affect-the-market/
The Earnings Season ComethJun 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-earnings-season-cometh/
The POMO EffectJun 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-pomo-effect/
Market Shrugs Off a GDP RevisionJun 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-shrugs-off-a-gdp-revision/
Central Bank Jawboning Ramps UpJun 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/central-bank-jawboning-ramps-up/
News in China Hurts Stock PricesJun 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/news-in-china-hurts-stock-prices/
Time to Catch Our BreathJun 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/time-to-catch-our-breath/
Trading the Dip?Jun 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trading-the-dip/
What the Fed Did and Didn’t SayJun 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-did-and-didnt-say/
Wall Street Shrugs Off Disappointing Housing DataJun 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-shrugs-off-disappointing-housing-data/
Homebuilder SentimentJun 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/homebuilder-sentiment/
Rehab or Recovery?Jun 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rehab-or-recovery/
Will 1,600 Make or Break the S&P?Jun 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-1600-make-or-break-the-sp/
Should Traders Give Support the Benefit of the Doubt?Jun 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-traders-give-support-the-benefit-of-the-doubt/
Did the BOJ Just Poke the Bear?Jun 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/did-the-boj-just-poke-the-bear/
S&P Upgrades U.S. DebtJun 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-upgrades-u-s-debt/
Are You Ready to Rumble?Jun 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-you-ready-to-rumble/
Rumors, Rumors, RumorsJun 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rumors-rumors-rumors/
Japanese Stocks Get Hit HardJun 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/japanese-stocks-get-hit-hard/
M&A Activity Sign of Market ConfidenceJun 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ma-activity-sign-of-market-confidence/
Will the Market Sink Like the Hindenburg?Jun 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-market-sink-like-the-hindenburg/
The Great RotationMay 31, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-great-rotation/
Is Bad Economic News Still Good News?May 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-bad-economic-news-still-good-news/
Are Rising Bond Yields Good News or Bad?May 29, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-rising-bond-yields-good-news-or-bad/
Confident Consumers Boost the Bulls on Wall StreetMay 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/confident-consumers-boost-the-bulls-on-wall-street/
Did Retail Get a Little Overbought?May 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/did-retail-get-a-little-overbought/
China’s Manufacturing MissMay 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinas-manufacturing-miss/
He Said, She SaidMay 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/he-said-she-said/
Rockem Sockem RobotsMay 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rockem-sockem-robots/
The Fed, Precious Metals, and MergersMay 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-fed-precious-metals-and-mergers/
Is this the End or the Beginning?May 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-this-the-end-or-the-beginning/
Is the Market Impervious to Bad News?May 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-market-impervious-to-bad-news/
What Happened to the European Recession?May 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-happened-to-the-european-recession/
Stock Buyers Seem to Love TuesdaysMay 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stock-buyers-seem-to-love-tuesdays/
Will Lower Gas Prices Boost Consumer Spending?May 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-lower-gas-prices-boost-consumer-spending/
What a Strong US Dollar will do for the Stock MarketMay 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-a-strong-us-dollar-will-do-for-the-stock-market/
Can QE Even Makes Junk Look Good?May 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-qe-even-makes-junk-look-good/
Light Volume and the Market RallyMay 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/light-volume-and-the-market-rally/
RBA Sends Dow Over 15,000May 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rba-sends-dow-over-15000/
A New Record High – Now What?May 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-new-record-high-now-what/
Technology and the Jobs ReportMay 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/technology-and-the-jobs-report/
ECB Rate Cut Completes Bullish TrifectaMay 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-rate-cut-completes-bullish-trifecta/
Labor Day, Manufacturing and the FedMay 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-day-manufacturing-and-the-fed/
Is the Bad Chicago PMI Number a Good Sign?Apr 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-bad-chicago-pmi-number-a-good-sign/
A Very Busy Week Lies AheadApr 29, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-very-busy-week-lies-ahead/
What is the Definition of a Trend?Apr 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-is-the-definition-of-a-trend/
Are Falling Revenues and Rising Earnings a Good Sign?Apr 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-falling-revenues-and-rising-earnings-a-good-sign/
Falling Durable Goods and Rising OilApr 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/falling-durable-goods-and-rising-oil/
The Nine Lives of this Bullish TrendApr 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-nine-lives-of-this-bullish-trend/
G-20 and Japanese Optimism FadesApr 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/g-20-and-japanese-optimism-fades/
Stocks Bounce Early on Very Mixed EarningsApr 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-bounce-early-on-very-mixed-earnings/
Is it Deja Vu All Over Again?Apr 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-deja-vu-all-over-again/
Technical Breakouts are LoomingApr 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/technical-breakouts-are-looming/
Recovery or One Last Gasp?Apr 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/recovery-or-one-last-gasp/
A Gloomy Tax Day Could Present Opportunities for TradersApr 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-gloomy-tax-day-could-present-opportunities-for-traders/
Why this Nervous Bull Market Could Last All YearApr 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-this-nervous-bull-market-could-last-all-year/
Bullish Percent Index One of Many Red Flags the Market is IgnoringApr 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bullish-percent-index-one-of-many-red-flags-the-market-is-ignoring/
The Market is Dead, Long Live the MarketApr 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-market-is-dead-long-live-the-market/
The Little Market that CouldApr 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-little-market-that-could/
Stocks Waffle on the Eve of Earnings SeasonApr 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-waffle-on-the-eve-of-earnings-season/
Was NFP the Reason the Market Dropped?Apr 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/was-nfp-the-reason-the-market-dropped/
BOJ Shows Central Banks Aren’t Done YetApr 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/boj-shows-central-banks-arent-done-yet/
ADP’s Labor Report Sends Bulls RunningApr 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adps-labor-report-sends-bulls-running/
S&P Successfully Retests Ascending TriangleApr 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-successfully-retests-ascending-triangle/
Traders Laugh at ISM Like an April Fool’s JokeApr 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-laugh-at-ism-like-an-april-fools-joke/
Wall Street Focusing on the FutureMar 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-focusing-on-the-future/
You Didn’t Forget About Italy Did You?Mar 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/you-didnt-forget-about-italy-did-you/
How Long Can the Goldilocks Market Last?Mar 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-long-can-the-goldilocks-market-last/
The Cyprus Deal is Done… Or is it?Mar 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-cyprus-deal-is-done-or-is-it/
How Old is Your Car?Mar 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-old-is-your-car/
European Manufacturing PMIs RevealedMar 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-manufacturing-pmis-revealed/
Dawn of the FedMar 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dawn-of-the-fed/
Bullish Engine Running Out of GasMar 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bullish-engine-running-out-of-gas/
Why Cyprus Could be a ProblemMar 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-cyprus-could-be-a-problem/
When Does Warm Become Hot?Mar 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-does-warm-become-hot/
Who’s in the Mood for Another Record?Mar 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whos-in-the-mood-for-another-record/
Sector Rotation and Retail SalesMar 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sector-rotation-and-retail-sales/
Why Stock Investors are Watching POMOMar 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-stock-investors-are-watching-pomo/
No News is Good NewsMar 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/no-news-is-good-news/
The Moment of Truth: Market StyleMar 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-moment-of-truth-market-style/
The ECB Still Has FaithMar 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-ecb-still-has-faith/
Labor May Look Good for FridayMar 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-may-look-good-for-friday/
Dow Opens at All-Time HighsMar 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-opens-at-all-time-highs/
Investing at the Top of a CycleMar 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investing-at-the-top-of-a-cycle/
Preparing to Profit from a DowntrendMar 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-to-profit-from-a-downtrend/
Weak GDP Could be Good for StocksFeb 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/weak-gdp-could-be-good-for-stocks/
Italy Dodges Another BulletFeb 27, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/italy-dodges-another-bullet/
Too Early to Worry About Italy?Feb 26, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/too-early-to-worry-about-italy/
Downgrades and Elections in EuropeFeb 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/downgrades-and-elections-in-europe/
Where Does Money Go to Hide?Feb 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/where-does-money-go-to-hide/
Did the Market Just Top Out?Feb 21, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/did-the-market-just-top-out/
How does inflation influence prices?Feb 20, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-does-inflation-influence-prices/
More Mergers and Acquisitions Boost SentimentFeb 19, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-mergers-and-acquisitions-boost-sentiment/
When Good Markets Get BetterFeb 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-good-markets-get-better/
Heinz Gives Shareholders Happy Valentine’s DayFeb 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/heinz-gives-shareholders-happy-valentines-day/
Are Stocks Undervalued?Feb 13, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-stocks-undervalued/
Will State of the Union Derail the Uptrend?Feb 12, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-state-of-the-union-derail-the-uptrend/
Preparing for Sequestration and the G-20Feb 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-for-sequestration-and-the-g-20/
Emerging Markets: The Canary in the CoalmineFeb 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/emerging-markets-the-canary-in-the-coalmine/
ECB Looks for Recovery in 2013Feb 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-looks-for-recovery-in-2013/
Europe is Still Looking SoftFeb 6, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/europe-is-still-looking-soft/
Was Yesterday’s Pullback a False Alarm?Feb 5, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/was-yesterdays-pullback-a-false-alarm/
The Dow at 14,000 Was Good While it LastedFeb 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dow-at-14000-was-good-while-it-lasted/
When Markets WobbleFeb 1, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-markets-wobble/
Preparing for Labor FridayJan 31, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/preparing-for-labor-friday/
Labor and Earnings Surprise While Stocks YawnJan 30, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-and-earnings-surprise-while-stocks-yawn/
Stocks Hold Despite Consumer Confidence PlungeJan 29, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-hold-despite-consumer-confidence-plunge/
Is the Trend Still Durable?Jan 28, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-trend-still-durable/
A Market Top is a ProcessJan 25, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-market-top-is-a-process/
Traders Focus on Good NewsJan 24, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-focus-on-good-news/
House Votes to Raise Debt CeilingJan 23, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/house-votes-to-raise-debt-ceiling/
The Earnings Calendar Heats UpJan 22, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-earnings-calendar-heats-up/
What Newton KnewJan 18, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-newton-knew/
Housing Numbers Make Wall Street SmileJan 17, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/housing-numbers-make-wall-street-smile/
Earning Expectations and the Market’s ReactionJan 16, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earning-expectations-and-the-markets-reaction/
Consumers Continue to Open Their WalletsJan 15, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumers-continue-to-open-their-wallets/
Apple Pulls Back While China RalliesJan 14, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/apple-pulls-back-while-china-rallies/
The January Effect and New Stock InflowsJan 11, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-january-effect-and-new-stock-inflows/
Testing New Highs for the S&P 500Jan 10, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/testing-new-highs-for-the-sp-500/
Prices Rise and Volatility Moves Even LowerJan 9, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/prices-rise-and-volatility-moves-even-lower/
Kicking Off Another Earnings SeasonJan 8, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/kicking-off-another-earnings-season/
Should Bond Investors be Nervous?Jan 7, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-bond-investors-be-nervous/
Traders Might Miss the Forest for the TreesJan 4, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-might-miss-the-forest-for-the-trees/
New Year’s Surge Ends as ADP Beats with 215KJan 3, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/new-years-surge-ends-as-adp-beats-with-215k/
Stocks Rally On Fiscal Cliff CompromiseJan 2, 2013https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rally-on-fiscal-cliff-compromise/
Desperately Seeking OpportunityDec 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/desperately-seeking-opportunity/
Consumer Confidence Plunges Before the CliffDec 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-plunges-before-the-cliff/
What’s Normal for the Holiday Week?Dec 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whats-normal-for-the-holiday-week/
Selling the News on Triple-Witching FridayDec 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/selling-the-news-on-triple-witching-friday/
What Will “Plan B” Do to Stocks?Dec 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-will-plan-b-do-to-stocks/
What Would Charles Dow Think About Today’s Market?Dec 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-would-charles-dow-think-about-todays-market/
Wall Street Optimistic as Obama and Boehner Continue TalksDec 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-optimistic-as-obama-and-boehner-continue-talks/
Empire, TIC and Boehner – Oh My!Dec 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/empire-tic-and-boehner-oh-my/
Here Comes Santa ClausDec 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/here-comes-santa-claus/
Climbing the Wall of WorryDec 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/climbing-the-wall-of-worry/
What the Fed Really Did TodayDec 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-fed-really-did-today/
Inverted Head-and-Shoulders on the S&P 500?Dec 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inverted-head-and-shoulders-on-the-sp-500/
Why China Matters TodayDec 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-china-matters-today/
Who’s Afraid of the Fiscal Cliff?Dec 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/whos-afraid-of-the-fiscal-cliff/
Getting Ready for Profit Taking, Reallocation and Window DressingDec 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/getting-ready-for-profit-taking-reallocation-and-window-dressing/
A Cliff and a Ceiling Worry Wall StreetDec 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-cliff-and-a-ceiling-worry-wall-street/
Gold Continues to Fall this Holiday SeasonDec 4, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-continues-to-fall-this-holiday-season/
Manufacturing Dips into Contraction TerritoryDec 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-dips-into-contraction-territory/
Three Tests for a Bullish MarketNov 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/three-tests-for-a-bullish-market/
Rising GDP = Rising S&P 500Nov 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rising-gdp-rising-sp-500/
Special Dividends and the Fiscal CliffNov 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/special-dividends-and-the-fiscal-cliff/
Greece Gets Financial Reprieve…AgainNov 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greece-gets-financial-reprieve-again/
Is it Buy the Rumor, Sell the Black Friday News?Nov 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-buy-the-rumor-sell-the-black-friday-news/
S&P 500 Peeks Above 1,400 – Will it Last?Nov 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-peeks-above-1400-will-it-last/
Are Holidays Better for Bulls or Bears?Nov 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-holidays-better-for-bulls-or-bears/
Corporate Woes Overshadow Economic SurprisesNov 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/corporate-woes-overshadow-economic-surprises/
Stocks Continue to Bounce – Is it a Bull Trap?Nov 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-continue-to-bounce-is-it-a-bull-trap/
What are you thankful for?Nov 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-are-you-thankful-for/
What Does the Wal-Mart Report Really Tell Traders?Nov 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-does-the-wal-mart-report-really-tell-traders/
Retail Sales Dive Before Shopping Really Gets StartedNov 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-dive-before-shopping-really-gets-started/
Consumers Still SpendingNov 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumers-still-spending/
Bond Markets are Closed but Traders were still ActiveNov 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bond-markets-are-closed-but-traders-were-still-active/
The Taxman ComethNov 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-taxman-cometh/
Nor’easter on Wall StreetNov 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/noreaster-on-wall-street/
Will Traders begin to Focus on Europe Now?Nov 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-traders-begin-to-focus-on-europe-now/
Stocks Rise as America VotesNov 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rise-as-america-votes/
Traders Cautious Ahead of Election DayNov 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-cautious-ahead-of-election-day/
When Bad Markets Happen to Good NewsNov 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/when-bad-markets-happen-to-good-news/
ADP Gives Traders Hope After SandyNov 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-gives-traders-hope-after-sandy/
Markets Reopen Without IssuesOct 31, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-reopen-without-issues/
Hurricane Sandy Hasn’t Washed Wall Street’s Bulls AwayOct 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/hurricane-sandy-hasnt-washed-wall-streets-bulls-away/
A Perfect Storm Closes the MarketsOct 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-perfect-storm-closes-the-markets/
Selling the Rumors and Buying the NewsOct 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/selling-the-rumors-and-buying-the-news/
Gotta Love Earnings SeasonOct 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gotta-love-earnings-season/
Post Breakout Resistance Could Keep Prices LowOct 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/post-breakout-resistance-could-keep-prices-low/
S&P 500 Completes Triple-Top ReversalOct 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-completes-triple-top-reversal/
More Warnings for 2013 Disappoint InvestorsOct 22, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-warnings-for-2013-disappoint-investors/
Hitting the Wall: How Markets Run into ResistanceOct 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/hitting-the-wall-how-markets-run-into-resistance/
Philly Fed Index Ignites BullsOct 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/philly-fed-index-ignites-bulls/
Will IBM Keep the Dow From New HighsOct 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-ibm-keep-the-dow-from-new-highs/
Stocks Continue to Bounce at Support on Bailout HintsOct 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-continue-to-bounce-at-support-on-bailout-hints/
China and the iPhone 5 Rescue the BullsOct 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-and-the-iphone-5-rescue-the-bulls/
Closing in on a Double Top?Oct 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/closing-in-on-a-double-top/
REBOUNDING: How Markets Show Short-term OptimismOct 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/rebounding-how-markets-show-short-term-optimism/
Will Traders Give Earnings the Benefit of the Doubt?Oct 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-traders-give-earnings-the-benefit-of-the-doubt/
Stocks Slide Into Earnings SeasonOct 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-slide-into-earnings-season/
Volume Drops Before Earnings Kick Off TomorrowOct 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volume-drops-before-earnings-kick-off-tomorrow/
Is the Market Handicapping the Election?Oct 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-the-market-handicapping-the-election/
Technology Stocks Showing Signs of WeaknessOct 4, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/technology-stocks-showing-signs-of-weakness/
ADP Lowers Employment ExpectationsOct 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/adp-lowers-employment-expectations/
Is 1,425 the Magic Number?Oct 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-1425-the-magic-number/
Manufacturing Data Excites Stock BuyersOct 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-data-excites-stock-buyers/
Using Volatility to Forecast the Market’s TrendSep 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/using-volatility-to-forecast-the-markets-trend/
Market Shrugs Off Durable Goods MissSep 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/market-shrugs-off-durable-goods-miss/
European Demonstrations Starting to Feel Like March AgainSep 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/european-demonstrations-starting-to-feel-like-march-again/
Volume and Stocks Flatten Out Once MoreSep 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/volume-and-stocks-flatten-out-once-more/
Oil and European Data in FocusSep 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/oil-and-european-data-in-focus/
Dow Theory Signal a Cause for ConcernSep 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/dow-theory-signal-a-cause-for-concern/
Uptrend Halted by Chinese Manufacturing and U.S. UnemploymentSep 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/uptrend-halted-by-chinese-manufacturing-and-u-s-unemployment/
The Bank of Japan Rejoins the Quantitative Easing FadSep 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-bank-of-japan-rejoins-the-quantitative-easing-fad/
FedEx Bearish Outlook vs. Bullish QE to InfinitySep 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fedex-bearish-outlook-vs-bullish-qe-to-infinity/
The Empire State Manufacturing Index Strikes BackSep 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-empire-state-manufacturing-index-strikes-back/
Central Bankers Flex; Markets SwoonSep 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/central-bankers-flex-markets-swoon/
QE3 = $40 Billion in MBS per MonthSep 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/qe3-40-billion-in-mbs-per-month/
Follow the Bouncing AppleSep 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/follow-the-bouncing-apple/
Waiting for the 12th, Remembering the 11thSep 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/waiting-for-the-12th-remembering-the-11th/
Stock Prices Can Talk – Are You Listening?Sep 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stock-prices-can-talk-are-you-listening/
Labor: Here Today, Gone TomorrowSep 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-here-today-gone-tomorrow/
ECB and ADP Ignite a Bullish ExplosionSep 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-and-adp-ignite-a-bullish-explosion/
ECB Rumors Trump FedEx WoesSep 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-rumors-trump-fedex-woes/
Bulls Rally to Hold SupportSep 4, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bulls-rally-to-hold-support/
What did Bernanke Say and What Didn’t He Say?Aug 31, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-did-bernanke-say-and-what-didnt-he-say/
S&P 500 Tests Support at 1,400Aug 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-tests-support-at-1400/
What the Beige Book Can Tell Traders About the MarketsAug 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-the-beige-book-can-tell-traders-about-the-markets/
A Hurricane of Low VolumeAug 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/a-hurricane-of-low-volume/
Traders Stay Light Ahead of Jackson HoleAug 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-stay-light-ahead-of-jackson-hole/
Durable Goods the Bad News Traders Were Hoping For?Aug 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/durable-goods-the-bad-news-traders-were-hoping-for/
Commence Consolidation…Make it SoAug 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/commence-consolidation-make-it-so/
Looking for Confirmation of a ReversalAug 22, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/looking-for-confirmation-of-a-reversal/
S&P Reaches 4-Year HighsAug 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-reaches-4-year-highs/
The Focus Returns to Europe this WeekAug 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-focus-returns-to-europe-this-week/
Traders Have Gone Bidding for ApplesAug 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-have-gone-bidding-for-apples/
Stocks Make Their Bullish BreakAug 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-make-their-bullish-break/
Inflation and Manufacturing Drop – Will Stocks Follow?Aug 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/inflation-and-manufacturing-drop-will-stocks-follow/
Will Rising Inflation Tie Fed’s Hands?Aug 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-rising-inflation-tie-feds-hands/
Economic Slowdown Continues in AsiaAug 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/economic-slowdown-continues-in-asia/
Chinese Trade, Low Volume, and Shipping Weigh on StocksAug 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/chinese-trade-low-volume-and-shipping-weigh-on-stocks/
Hemming and Hawing on Wall StreetAug 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/hemming-and-hawing-on-wall-street/
Fisher Keeps Markets GuessingAug 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fisher-keeps-markets-guessing/
S&P 500 to Challenge 52-Week HighsAug 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-to-challenge-52-week-highs/
Not a Lot of News But Buyers Emerge EarlyAug 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/not-a-lot-of-news-but-buyers-emerge-early/
U.S. Labor Surprises to the Upside – Stocks RallyAug 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-labor-surprises-to-the-upside-stocks-rally/
S&P 500 Heads Toward Support Following ECB AnnouncementAug 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-500-heads-toward-support-following-ecb-announcement/
Traders React to FOMC AnnouncementAug 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-react-to-fomc-announcement/
Hopes Dimming for August QE3Jul 31, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/hopes-dimming-for-august-qe3/
Bracing for the FOMC & ECBJul 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bracing-for-the-fomc-ecb/
Traders Set Sights on a Big Fed AnnouncementJul 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-set-sights-on-a-big-fed-announcement/
“ECB is ready to do whatever it takes…”Jul 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ecb-is-ready-to-do-whatever-it-takes/
Earnings to the RescueJul 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-to-the-rescue/
Mixed Manufacturing Data…Mixed Market ReactionJul 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-manufacturing-data-mixed-market-reaction/
The European Default Bogeyman is BackJul 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-european-default-bogeyman-is-back/
Fresh Eurozone Fears Spook Markets Overshadowing Google’s ResultsJul 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fresh-eurozone-fears-spook-markets-overshadowing-googles-results/
Bad Economic Data vs. Good Earnings ReportsJul 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bad-economic-data-vs-good-earnings-reports/
Housing Data and Bank of America Send Stocks HigherJul 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/housing-data-and-bank-of-america-send-stocks-higher/
1 Fed Chairman…22 U.S. SenatorsJul 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/1-fed-chairman-22-u-s-senators/
Retail Sales DisappointJul 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-disappoint/
JPMorgan Chase Leads Stocks HigherJul 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jpmorgan-chase-leads-stocks-higher/
The Bulls are Refusing to Give UpJul 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-bulls-are-refusing-to-give-up/
Reading the FOMC Tea LeavesJul 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/reading-the-fomc-tea-leaves/
The Market Hates UncertaintyJul 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-market-hates-uncertainty/
Traders are Getting Ready for Earnings SeasonJul 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-are-getting-ready-for-earnings-season/
80K Jobs = Bad News on Wall StreetJul 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/80k-jobs-bad-news-on-wall-street/
Central Banks Ease and Employment Surprises to the UpsideJul 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/central-banks-ease-and-employment-surprises-to-the-upside/
Small Herd of Bulls Driving Markets HigherJul 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/small-herd-of-bulls-driving-markets-higher/
Bonds Jump on Manufacturing DataJul 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bonds-jump-on-manufacturing-data/
Euro Summit Acts in Spain and Italy’s FavorJun 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/euro-summit-acts-in-spain-and-italys-favor/
Insurance Mandate Upheld…Will European Agreements Hold Up?Jun 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/insurance-mandate-upheld-will-european-agreements-hold-up/
Economic Data Gives Market a ReprieveJun 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/economic-data-gives-market-a-reprieve/
Stocks Rally Despite News and EurozoneJun 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rally-despite-news-and-eurozone/
Investors Worry About Europe and HealthcareJun 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/investors-worry-about-europe-and-healthcare/
Banks are Up but Can they Stay Up?Jun 22, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/banks-are-up-but-can-they-stay-up/
Global Manufacturing Woes Continue to Plague MarketJun 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-manufacturing-woes-continue-to-plague-market/
FOMC Rocks the MarketJun 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fomc-rocks-the-market/
How “Tail Risks” are Affecting Market PricesJun 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-tail-risks-are-affecting-market-prices/
Trading on “Hope-ium”Jun 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/trading-on-hope-ium/
Positioning For Greek Elections and “Coordinated Action”Jun 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/positioning-for-greek-elections-and-coordinated-action/
Does Economic Uncertainty Lead to Choppy Price Action?Jun 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/does-economic-uncertainty-lead-to-choppy-price-action/
Retail Sales Decline But Banks RallyJun 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-decline-but-banks-rally/
Gold and Stock Traders Seem to be Increasing Outlook for EasingJun 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gold-and-stock-traders-seem-to-be-increasing-outlook-for-easing/
Will the Big Spanish Bailout Help or Hurt Stocks?Jun 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-big-spanish-bailout-help-or-hurt-stocks/
Will Resistance Hold or are Bulls now in Control?Jun 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-resistance-hold-or-are-bulls-now-in-control/
Hopes for QE are Starting to FadeJun 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/hopes-for-qe-are-starting-to-fade/
Will the Fed Drive the Markets Higher?Jun 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-the-fed-drive-the-markets-higher/
Markets Flat as Investors RegroupJun 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/markets-flat-as-investors-regroup/
No Shortage of Volatility TodayJun 4, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/no-shortage-of-volatility-today/
Labor Report Experiences Third Miss in a RowJun 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-report-experiences-third-miss-in-a-row/
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs…We Wish There Were More of ThemMay 31, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/jobs-jobs-jobs-we-wish-there-were-more-of-them/
Identifying a Bull Trap and Trading in a Down MarketMay 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/identifying-a-bull-trap-and-trading-in-a-down-market/
Conflicting Economic Data Continues to Roil MarketsMay 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/conflicting-economic-data-continues-to-roil-markets/
Consumer Sentiment Near 5 yr Highs – Markets ShrugMay 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-sentiment-near-5-yr-highs-markets-shrug/
Global Economic Picture Looks Shaky at BestMay 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-economic-picture-looks-shaky-at-best/
Euro and U.S. Stocks Sink LowerMay 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/euro-and-u-s-stocks-sink-lower/
Can Europe Be Lifting the Markets?May 22, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-europe-be-lifting-the-markets/
China Stimulus Boosts Stocks and CommoditiesMay 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/china-stimulus-boosts-stocks-and-commodities/
Traders Seem to “Like” Facebook…But Do They Love It?May 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-seem-to-like-facebook-but-do-they-love-it/
Philly Fed Report Stings MarketMay 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/philly-fed-report-stings-market/
Flat Trading and a Lack of CommitmentMay 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/flat-trading-and-a-lack-of-commitment/
Stocks Stabilize as Europe Avoids RecessionMay 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-stabilize-as-europe-avoids-recession/
Bond Yields and Stocks Break Support and Head LowerMay 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bond-yields-and-stocks-break-support-and-head-lower/
Consumer Confidence vs JP MorganMay 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-vs-jp-morgan/
S&P and Dow Hold at SupportMay 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sp-and-dow-hold-at-support/
Down on Europe…Up on U.S.May 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/down-on-europe-up-on-u-s/
Stocks Mourn Greece and the European SlowdownMay 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-mourn-greece-and-the-european-slowdown/
Stocks Reach Support – Will Buyers Move In?May 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-reach-support-will-buyers-move-in/
Labor Crushes the BullsMay 4, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-crushes-the-bulls/
Softening Economic Data Deflating Bullish HopesMay 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/softening-economic-data-deflating-bullish-hopes/
Manufacturing Continues to Send Mixed SignalsMay 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-continues-to-send-mixed-signals/
Bullish ISM Number Lifts Wall StreetMay 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bullish-ism-number-lifts-wall-street/
Manufacturing Reports are in FocusApr 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-reports-are-in-focus/
Is It Safe to Ignore Today’s GDP Disappointment?Apr 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-it-safe-to-ignore-todays-gdp-disappointment/
Pending Home Sales Fuel Bullish RallyApr 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/pending-home-sales-fuel-bullish-rally/
Apple and the FOMC…Two Market HeavyweightsApr 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/apple-and-the-fomc-two-market-heavyweights/
The Yo-Yo Market is in Full ForceApr 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-yo-yo-market-is-in-full-force/
Europe is Back in FocusApr 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/europe-is-back-in-focus/
Stocks Rise Against a Banking DeclineApr 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-rise-against-a-banking-decline/
Bad Economic Numbers vs. Good Earnings NumbersApr 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bad-economic-numbers-vs-good-earnings-numbers/
More Back and Forth Following Tech EarningsApr 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/more-back-and-forth-following-tech-earnings/
Another Tax Deadline RallyApr 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/another-tax-deadline-rally/
Bank Reports and Retail Sales Numbers Fight for DominanceApr 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bank-reports-and-retail-sales-numbers-fight-for-dominance/
Economic Announcements, Rumors and EarningsApr 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/economic-announcements-rumors-and-earnings/
Old Support Becoming New Resistance?Apr 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/old-support-becoming-new-resistance/
Is Alcoa (AA) a Bellwether?Apr 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/is-alcoa-aa-a-bellwether/
Can the Market Find New Support?Apr 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-the-market-find-new-support/
Sellers Emerge Before Bank Reports Get StartedApr 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/sellers-emerge-before-bank-reports-get-started/
Spanish Bonds and U.S. StocksApr 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/spanish-bonds-and-u-s-stocks/
Will Labor Spoil the Rally?Apr 4, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-labor-spoil-the-rally/
Waiting for More Bulls to Join the PartyApr 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/waiting-for-more-bulls-to-join-the-party/
Tracking the Big Money During a Quiet News WeekApr 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/tracking-the-big-money-during-a-quiet-news-week/
Bulls Charge Higher Despite Chicago PMIMar 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bulls-charge-higher-despite-chicago-pmi/
Should Traders Worry About Jobs Yet?Mar 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/should-traders-worry-about-jobs-yet/
Double Distribution Day in StocksMar 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/double-distribution-day-in-stocks/
The Stock Rally Bumps into Consumer and Housing ObstaclesMar 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-stock-rally-bumps-into-consumer-and-housing-obstacles/
Bernanke to the Rescue – AgainMar 26, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bernanke-to-the-rescue-again/
Avoiding Investing Traps in a Volatile MarketMar 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/avoiding-investing-traps-in-a-volatile-market/
Manufacturing Contraction Spooks Wall StreetMar 22, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/manufacturing-contraction-spooks-wall-street/
Why Traders Care about the Real Estate MarketMar 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-traders-care-about-the-real-estate-market/
Can Chinese Speed Bump Stop Bull Run?Mar 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/can-chinese-speed-bump-stop-bull-run/
Apple Declares a Divided but Does it Matter?Mar 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/apple-declares-a-divided-but-does-it-matter/
How Much Can Gas Prices Affect Stocks?Mar 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/how-much-can-gas-prices-affect-stocks/
Bullish Economic Indicators Everywhere You LookMar 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bullish-economic-indicators-everywhere-you-look/
Exodus from Treasuries?Mar 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/exodus-from-treasuries/
Retail Sales and the FOMCMar 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-and-the-fomc/
Will a Drop in Oil Prices Help or Hurt Stocks?Mar 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/will-a-drop-in-oil-prices-help-or-hurt-stocks/
Almost Everything Moves Up Despite Greek DefaultMar 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/almost-everything-moves-up-despite-greek-default/
In Hopes of a Greek Bond SwapMar 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/in-hopes-of-a-greek-bond-swap/
The Real Story Behind Today’s Unemployment NumbersMar 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-real-story-behind-todays-unemployment-numbers/
Economic Surprises Losing BullishnessMar 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/economic-surprises-losing-bullishness/
Why Chinese Growth Expectations Matter to Stock TradersMar 5, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-chinese-growth-expectations-matter-to-stock-traders/
IPOs, Earnings, and Bears – Oh My!Mar 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/ipos-earnings-and-bears-oh-my/
Lackluster ISM Report Can’t Derail MarketsMar 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/lackluster-ism-report-cant-derail-markets/
QE3 Hopes Dashed on Leap DayFeb 29, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/qe3-hopes-dashed-on-leap-day/
Durable Goods, Consumer Confidence and the Ceridian IndexFeb 28, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/durable-goods-consumer-confidence-and-the-ceridian-index/
Germany Approves Greek Bailout – Stocks BounceFeb 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/germany-approves-greek-bailout-stocks-bounce/
Are Futures Traders Affecting Stocks and Oil Prices?Feb 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-futures-traders-affecting-stocks-and-oil-prices/
Fewer Companies Beating Earnings ExpectationsFeb 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/fewer-companies-beating-earnings-expectations/
Traders are Taking Profits After EarningsFeb 22, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/traders-are-taking-profits-after-earnings/
Bullish Dow Flirts with 13,000Feb 21, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bullish-dow-flirts-with-13000/
Why Its So Hard to Believe the RallyFeb 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/why-its-so-hard-to-believe-the-rally/
Wall Street Focus Remains on U.S.Feb 16, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/wall-street-focus-remains-on-u-s/
Has the European Recession Begun?Feb 15, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/has-the-european-recession-begun/
Retail Sales Give Wall Street Buyer’s RemorseFeb 14, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/retail-sales-give-wall-street-buyers-remorse/
Mixed News from Greece Nudges Stocks HigherFeb 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/mixed-news-from-greece-nudges-stocks-higher/
Stocks Did not Bounce Back After Europe’s CloseFeb 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-did-not-bounce-back-after-europes-close/
Consumer Confidence on the RiseFeb 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-on-the-rise/
Stocks Look Like a Greek TragedyFeb 8, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/stocks-look-like-a-greek-tragedy/
Labor Market not “Operating Normally”Feb 7, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-market-not-operating-normally/
Are Stocks Taking a Break or Forming a Top?Feb 6, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/are-stocks-taking-a-break-or-forming-a-top/
Labor Surprises to the Upside but Resistance is in PlayFeb 3, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/labor-surprises-to-the-upside-but-resistance-is-in-play/
Testimony, Pre-Announcements and TreatiesFeb 2, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/testimony-pre-announcements-and-treaties/
Global Manufacturing Boosts Bullish SpiritsFeb 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/global-manufacturing-boosts-bullish-spirits/
Consumer Confidence Shows Less Confident ConsumerFeb 1, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/consumer-confidence-shows-less-confident-consumer/
Greece is Back in the SpotlightJan 30, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greece-is-back-in-the-spotlight/
GDP and Chevron Miss Market ExpectationsJan 27, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/gdp-and-chevron-miss-market-expectations/
Bonds and Stocks Perched at Key Technical LevelsJan 25, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bonds-and-stocks-perched-at-key-technical-levels/
Greek Debt-Swap Negotiation Spooks Wall StreetJan 24, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greek-debt-swap-negotiation-spooks-wall-street/
Greece Is Still a Question MarkJan 23, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/greece-is-still-a-question-mark/
The Dow Beats the Nasdaq on Tech Stock ReportsJan 20, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/the-dow-beats-the-nasdaq-on-tech-stock-reports/
Earnings and French and Spanish Bond Auctions Buoy Bullish SpiritsJan 19, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-and-french-and-spanish-bond-auctions-buoy-bullish-spirits/
Bears at World Bank Can’t Dampen Bullish Spirit on Wall StreetJan 18, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/bears-at-world-bank-cant-dampen-bullish-spirit-on-wall-street/
U.S. Stocks Shrug Off S&P DowngradesJan 17, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/u-s-stocks-shrug-off-sp-downgrades/
What JPMorgan’s Report Says about Next WeekJan 13, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/what-jpmorgans-report-says-about-next-week/
Positive European News Overshadowed by U.S. Economic DataJan 12, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/positive-european-news-overshadowed-by-u-s-economic-data/
Banks are Up Despite Bond Buying DemandJan 11, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/banks-are-up-despite-bond-buying-demand/
Earnings Season to Be a Bumpy OneJan 10, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/earnings-season-to-be-a-bumpy-one/
Getting Ready for Fourth Quarter Earnings SeasonJan 9, 2012https://www.learningmarkets.com/webinar/getting-ready-for-fourth-quarter-earnings-season/
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