Jack joins Kieth McCullough on the Larry Kudlow Show where they discuss ObamaCare, Tax reform and what’s happening in the Fed.
Jack discusses the still excellent background for the equities, yet is keen to explore near term activity. Rohr International’s Alan Rohrbach discusses the Macro-Technical view on how that relates to Bernanke-inspired weak activity in the bond market as the real key. They also explore China, commodities and a quick view on the Gold.
Aaron Reinglass joins Jack today and they ask the question, ‘How can Bernanke leave in the middle of his experiment?’
On today’s show, David Nealis visits and the discuss the retail trading environment in China.
On today’s show, Jack talks about the volatility in Japan. Later, Aaron Reinglass calls in to discuss the Middle East and tensions in Syria.
Choppy reactive markets require cautious involvement, as Jack warns against near term ‘Fake Outs” during equities’ first major correction in a while. Alan Rohrbach joins him to explain how that works technically, and offer key specific S&P 500 future levels to watch. They also review how the current equities psychology is creating a very critical backdrop for international government bond markets’ long term trend.
Today, Jack talks about the volatility in Japan and Aaron Reinglass, the Mayor of the Pits, touches on different aspects of trading.
Jack explores how the increasing P/E multiple has not just boosted equities overall, but has turned up in the very limited corrections. He brings in Alan Rohrbach of Rohr International to discuss more of the specifics of the trend decisions. They also review the stock/bond comparative trend activity, and look out into the typically heavy economic data which is coming into late week
Jack waxes eloquent on why it’s NOT a 1999 steroidal equities rally with such modest P/E ratios. Rohr International’s Alan Rohrbach joins him to note how some aspects are similar to 1999, and how the E in P/E is the vital factor… along with discussion of Europe, Asia, and the key S&P 500 future trading levels.