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As we roll into late June trade, it looks like the Fed is beginning to plan an exit from their unlimited QE program. Full Article

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Ahead of the Fed announcements, U.S. stocks were down modestly. Now, it appears that sentiment has remained moderately negative. Full Article

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The big story on Wall Street today is the exploding energy prices. WTI crude oil is now above $71.00 and rising. Full Article

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U.S. large-cap stocks are grinding higher. Today’s robust Nonfarm payrolls figures certainly haven’t hurt sentiment. Full Article

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At this point, the markets are reacting positively to Joe Biden’s lofty federal budget proposal for the fiscal year 2021. Full Article

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Perhaps the single best indicator that things are good for the U.S. equities indices is the quiet CBOE Volatility Index (VIX). Full Article

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As long as the Federal Funds Rate is held at 0.0%-0.25%, new home sales are likely to surge as fresh supply comes on to the market. Full Article

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Right now, the DOW and U.S. stocks appear to have completed mid-May’s retracement. Full Article

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Until we see a hawkish Fed or another round of COVID-19 U.S. lockdowns, a bullish bias is warranted for American large cap stocks. Full Article

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At this point, one has to wonder if Jerome Powell and the FOMC will stick with their “transitory” inflation narrative or go hawkish. Full Article

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If nothing else, this morning’s market reaction to Yellen’s comments shows how skittish investors really are. Full Article

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The long-term uptrend in U.S. Stocks is valid as Fed QE and Biden-era spending plans appear poised to send values higher. Full Article

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On the political front, stock market participants are going to be faced with a game-changer in POTUS Biden’s tax plan. Full Article

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Until we see a major retracement, it’s wise to maintain a bullish bias toward the U.S. indices. Full Article

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It’s been a solid open for U.S. large-cap stocks. Let’s take a look at the DOW from an intermediate-term perspective. Full Article

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