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CB3 on 3 Monthly Newsletter:

NOV CB3 Financial Group "CB3 on 3"

SUMMARY: The last week of October, the S&P 500 broke out to fresh new lifetime highs. And the SPX did so amongst a barrage of negative political data — including what is now an official impeachment hearing. The Fed, again, cut interest rates for the third time in 2019 and 3Q19 earnings are looking at least as good as expected. What a confluence of data. Let’s take a look...

OCT CB3 Financial Group "CB3 on 3"

SUMMARY:

(Almost) everywhere I go, the cries of “Recession Coming!” ring out in flavor-of-the-day angst aimed at upsetting my — and your — peace of mind. And then there is last Friday’s Non-Farm Payroll report. Ah, yes, that meddlesome U-3 datum that showed U.S Unemployment has hit a 50-year low. It’s so absurd it drives me to sarcasm — a commentary tool I rarely use. Yet I continue to stress that there are definitive differences between slow growth, no growth, and negative growth. Let’s take a look...

SEP CB3 Financial Group "CB3 on 3"

SUMMARY: Stocks finished August as their rockiest stretch of weeks of 2019, the latest example of tariff induced volatility that has some investors bracing for more fluctuations. Seemingly unrelated areas of the market are trading in the same direction more frequently than normal, a trend that some investors say is contributing to recent volatility and could drive more gyrations in the future. Most of this volatility has been geopolitical in nature all year, exacerbated during the summer. Let’s take a look...

AUG CB3 Financial Group "CB3 on 3"

SUMMARY:   The standoff between Washington and Beijing has cost China its position as the U.S.’s top trading partner, a shift that could accelerate as President Trump moves to ratchet up tariffs even more. Data released Friday showed that Mexico was the top trading partner for the first half of the year, followed by Canada. And this is the story of the summer — when the markets should be focused on 2Q19 earnings reports. Let’s take a look at what’s moving the markets as we head into Autumn.

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