March 29, 2015
In this episode we discuss that the pace of first-quarter profit warnings from S&P 500 companies is running slightly ahead of the pace of set at the same time a year ago, and well ahead of the five-year average, according to data provided by FactSet.
We also spend some time deconstructing the media’s idea that oil pricing helps stocks while the higher dollar hurts, but only on a transitory basis. Asymmetry my &*%% – Absolute nonsense! Read more
March 22, 2015
Breadth, advance/decline line, McClellan Oscillator and the real relationship of the U.S. Dollar to stocks.
** Our studio is having some technical difficulties, instead of cancelling this week’s show, we just made is a real short episode. Stay tuned for updates….
March 15, 2015
Plus a few stocks to watch…
December 28, 2014
In this short episode we explore the high cost of low inflation and some interesting observations from my recent cruise. Also, the market’s best friend (Central Banks) are still at it – what will be the global implications of more stimulus?
Stocks, markets and more… Listen in
September 7, 2014
Guest: Chris Hogan explains the power of social media on relationship of consumers and businesses. In this episode we also discuss the upcoming Apple (APPL) announcement as well as the ECB’s latest stimulus program. Much more as well in this informative program…