Month: May 2016

DHUnplugged #314: FedWinds In Time for Summer

Greek debt write-downs will wait until at least 2018 says Germany. Retail sales in the U.S. are still feeling the pain as the latest report from Best Buy (BBY) shows a rather miserable outlook ahead.

Volumes are slowing into the summer and M&A rumors as well as upgrades by Sell-side should...

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TDI Podcast: A Frank Talk With Curzio (#464)

Guest, Frank Curzio and Andrew discuss some of the important areas that you need to know about over the next few months. We also take a look back at some of Frank’s recent market calls and review how he did – not to be missed! Hear what Frank...

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DHUnplugged #313: Mr. Inflation is Showing Signs of Life

OIL on the move, inflation ticking up and GDP is flat. Stocks are still range-bound with erratic day-to-day moves. There is some talk that Japan’s Abe is going to move back the sales tax increase and plenty of central bank gibberish about rate hikes and live meetings.

Coming up this week...

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TDI Podcast: To Catch a Falling Knife (#463)

The verdict is in on the big-box retail companies – and it is not looking good. The big question is as to whether this is isolated to the old-line type of retail establishments or if it is more an issue of consumer trends.

Several stocks in the material sector have given...

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DHUnplugged #312: Battle of The Old Codger Vs. The Millennial

Wildfires in Canada disrupting oil production is helping to move oil prices – is this finally the bottom for crude or just a false move that will resolve lower?

China has mixed economic data, but markets like that inflation saw stabilization.

A slew of earnings from the big-box retailers are on the...

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