By Callum Thomas I’ve talked about the CBOE implied correlation index a few times before, but it’s very timely to revisit this indicator as the
By Tom McClellan February 15, 2018 The stock market is just coming out of a big rogue wave event. And that gives us clues about
By Rob Hanna One notable bit of evidence that emerged on Wednesday was the fact that it qualified as an IBD Follow Through Day (FTD).
By Callum Thomas The February stockmarket correction has investors scrambling to find the reason behind the rapid fall in the major indexes, with various rationale
By Kevin Muir It seems like everyday we get another headline about the ever increasing short European equity bet from the world’s largest hedge fund.
By Chris Ciovacco The market opened down Tuesday. Since humans tend to focus on what is in front of them (a red screen), it is
By Axel Merk “Don’t panic, buy the dip, who cares?” or “These are rumblings of an earthquake, people will be hurt like in 1929” –
By Heisenberg Well, it’s Tuesday and everyone is frozen in time ahead of tomorrow’s CPI print. That number would have been closely-watched even without the
By David Stockman Last week’s twin 1,000 point plunges on the Dow were not errors. Instead, these close-coupled massacres, which wiped out $4 trillion of global market
By Michael Ashton Like many people, I find that poker strategy is a good analogy for risk-taking in investing. Poker strategy isn’t as much about
By Heisenberg Quant Crash: Human-Robot Blame Game Escalates As CTA, Risk Parity Scapegoating Reaches Fever Pitch I’ll confess I’m not 100% sure why so many
By Charlie Bilello U.S. equity valuations are high. How high? In January, the CAPE (Cyclically Adjusted P/E) ratio rose to 33.76. This is more than