Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
April 15, 2018

EM FX was mixed Friday, capping a mixed week as a whole.COP, CLP, and MXN were the best performers last week, while RUB, BRL, and TRY were the worst. While concerns about trade wars and Syrian missile strikes have ebbed,

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April 15, 2018

This Week In Stocks – Sunday, April 15

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Our projection for the S&P 500 (SPX) in the coming week is for pullback in the S&P 500 to the support zone of 2616 – 2620. 

Dollar/yen rallied and reached the highest levels since February as everything went in favor of the pair. What’s next? The airstrikes in Syria may actually have a positive effect and then things depend on the Fed speakers, US retail sales and

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In a stark reminder that despite all the operational and management turmoil over the past three years, few if any of the outstanding concerns involving Europe’s banking behemoth – Deutsche Bank, including €48 trillion in net notional derivatives, has been

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Like baseball, young love, and hay-fever, we’ve entered the high season for taxes. New this year, however, we begin to react to changes in the tax reform law of December 2017. The point of that law was to make the

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With more than 45 million self-directed investors, many online brokers and other wealth tech providers are struggling with user acquisition. The cost of acquiring a new user can vary from $250 – $1500 which is why companies allocate considerable resources to

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Gold Fundamental Forecast: Neutral Talking Points: Gold prices give up gains amidst geopolitical risks cooling and hawkish FOMC minutes The anti-fiat asset can be vulnerable to risk trends thanks to the high-yielding US Dollar Watch out for US retail sales, Fed commentary + beige book, and

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The geopolitical tension between the United States and Russia escalated rapidly in the past two weeks. Two weeks ago, the U.S. Treasury Department announced fresh sanctions against Russian oligarchs and companies due to “Russia’s malign activity around the globe”. This

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The market may have mustered a gain last week, but it was anything but a decisive victory. The indices didn’t clear some key technical resistance, and once again the volume supporting the advance was feeble. This whole thing could still

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April 15, 2018

More Weakness? How Much?

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Some analysts called for the final low of the correction to have occurred on 4/02, at 2554. I have been reluctant to do this for two principal reasons: 1) The 40-wk. cycle low is still ahead of us — ideally

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