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August 28, 2018

Here's a couple of stand out charts from the Global Cross Asset Market Monitor.  The first one is a look at value vs growth, and the key takeaway (if you haven't noticed!) is growth stocks have been comfortably and almost consistently outperforming value stocks.  This...

June 23, 2018

I was doing a bit of work on the US stockmarket in the latest weekly report (specifically on cyclicals vs defensives and small caps), and part of that analysis involved looking at market cap weightings... one chart in my library of charts stuck out as something worth s...

June 14, 2018

Something curious is going on with Chinese retail sales.  In contrast to the official consumer confidence index, which has been booming - around multi-decade highs (highest since the early-1990's), retail sales growth has been on a declining path, and was particularly...

March 26, 2018

This week it's US crude oil flows.  Specifically, what we've got here is an interesting juxtaposition of crude oil imports and crude oil production for America. The chart is interesting due to the perspective it provides on US oil supplies: for much of recorded history...

March 26, 2018

Just a quick global equity breadth check here.  As a reminder, these breadth models are looking at breadth across countries i.e. the main benchmark stock index for each of the countries we monitor (70 countries in total). Looking at breadth in this fashion for global e...

March 7, 2018

We often hear about what's happening with the S&P500 - for the smarter people you hear the S&P500 is up or down X%, for the not so smart ones you hear the S&P500 is up or down XXX points (usually with some added hyperbole, etc).  But what's often not talked about as mu...

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