ABC/Washington Post poll results are similar to survey findings at the start of the Great Recession.
Pure Alpha, which clocked a 14% advance in 2018, has lost 6% thus far this year.
Result: Small-cap and value stocks end up neglected, Michael Burry says.
The last time that happened was during the financial crisis, Bespoke says.
Former Treasury secretary thinks less-than-zero rates do little good and much harm.
Shiller, Yardeni, Yellen, and El-Erian trash this feared recession signal as off-base nowadays.
Fed Chairman Powell’s words belie the official mandate, State Street’s Arone finds.
So says JP Morgan’s trading honcho, Marko Kolanovic, who thinks more than half the moves were due to algos.
Allianz economist notes decline of yields and worries they might crop up in America.
White House delay on some new tariffs doesn’t convince analysts that peace is at hand.
Bad things tend to happen this month, which tank the market, LPL’s Detrick warns.
The market thinks the trade war will ax demand, which is pretty good now.
CME futures overwhelmingly indicate a further dip will come in September.