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5 hours ago
CB3 LIVE

Should investors worry? NO! Conflict in the Middle East has little fundamental effect on overall stock market performance in developed markets but can impact the price of commodities, particularly oil. Continued tensions may benefit oil stocks, while gold is also seen as a hedge. ... See MoreSee Less

Should investors worry? NO! Conflict in the Middle East has little fundamental effect on overall stock market performance in developed markets but can impact the price of commodities, particularly oil. Continued tensions may benefit oil stocks, while gold is also seen as a hedge.
1 day ago
CB3 LIVE

The early market reaction to Iran’s attack on Israel over the weekend was a relief. While the assault was large and direct, traders were able to take some comfort from the fact that the more than 300 drones and rockets launched didn’t cause more damage or more casualties...; ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago
CB3 LIVE

The stock market closed with solid losses this week. Market participants had a lot to digest on this busy week regarding market-moving events. The downside bias was driven by a jump in market rates, a recalibration of rate-cut expectations, and increased geopolitical tensions. ... See MoreSee Less

The stock market closed with solid losses this week. Market participants had a lot to digest on this busy week regarding market-moving events. The downside bias was driven by a jump in market rates, a recalibration of rate-cut expectations, and increased geopolitical tensions.
2 days ago
CB3 LIVE

Reports that Israel is bracing for an imminent attack by Iran sparked a scramble for safety across markets on Friday, inspiring traders to dump stocks in favor of Treasury bonds, gold and the U.S. dollar. The selloff was heightened as the Iranian attack seems immenient. Ughh… ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago
CB3 LIVE

Friday was ugly: small-cap stocks are “challenged” as Wall Street pushes out expectations for when the FED may begin lowering interest rates due to concerns over persistent inflation. Given little progress on inflation, I now expect the first Fed cut” in SEP or even DEC 2024... ... See MoreSee Less

Friday was ugly: small-cap stocks are “challenged” as Wall Street pushes out expectations for when the FED may begin lowering interest rates due to concerns over persistent inflation. Given little progress on inflation, I now expect the first Fed cut” in SEP or even DEC 2024...
4 days ago
CB3 LIVE

In case you missed our "Eclipse" APR CB3LIVE!, review it now! Is your portfolio keeping in step with the market's fantastic 1Q24 performance? We talked about that and more on last night's show. We hope you will watch what might be ahead for 2Q24! ... See MoreSee Less

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Good show. Interesting facts on employment numbers.

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