Wednesday, January 13, 2021

The Morning Call--Stretched

The Morning Call




The Market




            Stocks at important technical level.





            So is the dollar.



            Tuesday in the charts.







              The Economy




Weekly mortgage applications rose 16.7% while purchase applications were up 10%.


December inflation came in at 0.4%, in line; core inflation was 0.1%, also in line.




November EU industrial production was up 2.3% versus expectations of up 0.2%.


December German PPI came in at +0.6% versus +0.1% reported in November.


December YoY Japanese machine tool orders increased 8.7% versus the November reading of +8.6%.




              Europe appears headed for a double dip recession.



  But what if we get a strong recovery?


              Shipping rates hit record high.





  China funding US universities.


  Tracking US/China trade.


            Bottom line.  I don’t often put a technical opinion in the Bottom Line.  But this guy is one of the best and is cautioning investors short term.  The market is extremely stretched (must read).



              Inflation cometh.



  What do rising rates imply for stocks, REIT’s and gold?


  Even smart people make mistakes.


    News on Stocks in Our Portfolios




What I am reading today


            Five essential social security numbers that you need to know in 2021.



            Thoughts on Twitter banning Trump.



            Quote of the day.

            Quotation of the Day... - Cafe Hayek


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