Category Archives: Market Update

Ultimate Independence

Markets experienced an abbreviated holiday week, where the S&P 500, Dow, and Nasdaq saw gains and the Russell 2000 sold off. Technology led the market throughout the shortened week, with […]

Growing Shoes and Shrinking Prices

Last week saw NVDA continue its retraction from its June 20th high. Like many growing companies, filling the shoes as the giant in any sector can be daunting. Overall, it […]

Bright Like a Diamond

Last week saw a slate of employment data, and markets reacted poorly to a strong jobs print. We also saw labor force participation drop, as the unemployment rate pushed higher. […]

Hawkish Fed, Dovish Inflation

Last week’s abbreviated trading week saw retraction throughout markets due to hawkish Fed rate cut expectations meeting a somewhat dovish PCE inflation print. With broad equities, alts, and fixed income […]

“Summer” Break?

We come into a shortened trading week and the unofficial start of summer riding on some better-than-expected earnings, as AI demand appears strong. Last week saw mixed equity markets, weaker […]

Memes, Markets, and Memorial Day

Last week saw green tickers from equities to bonds, with bitcoin and silver the standout performers up 10.5% and 11.7%, respectively. There was also a revived focus on meme stocks, […]

A Big Week for Clarity

Last week saw U.S. equities continue their rally for a third-straight week, sailing in what were mostly uneventful waters. Earnings season is slowing down, and most are preparing for the […]

April Showers to May Flowers?

Last week saw a reversal of the pain US Equities have been feeling, with a much-wanted mid-earnings-season rebound. The rebound was driven by Tech and mega-caps showing some strong earnings […]

Cracked Circuits and Bumpy Roads

Last week saw a reversal of the pain US Equities have been feeling, with a much-wanted mid-earnings-season rebound. The rebound was driven by Tech and mega-caps showing some strong earnings […]

Taxes, Inflation, and Skittish Markets

Last week saw continued retractions in U.S. Equities and fixed income, with hotter-than-expected inflation curtailing market rate cut expectations. Gold and silver were left as winners, as inflationary pressures, in […]