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So far this year, S&P 500 has already strengthened by 12%, powered by optimism about rapid economic recovery in the US, multiple rounds of 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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Stock markets have turned increasingly bullish recently, but will it continue? Full Article

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Unless we see a dramatic shift in monetary policy or another round of COVID-19 lockdowns, American stocks are headed higher. Full Article

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Wall Street is betting that trillions in stimulus will outweigh coming tax hikes. For the S&P 500, this idea has driven price above 4000.00. Full Article

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At press time, the markets are noncommittal. Unless Powell or Yellen drop a bombshell, this is unlikely to change Full Article

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Right now, a bullish bias is warranted toward U.S. stocks. Get ready for more all-time highs as the Fed begins its March meeting. Full Article

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U.S. stocks are up as the House of Representatives prepares to sign off on Biden’s COVID-19 stimulus bill Wednesday morning. Full Article

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For now, the Senate’s pending approval of Biden's first COVID-19 stimulus package is the primary stock market driver. Full Article

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S&P 500 is finding support at the 50 SMAS today Full Article

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While Trump’s impeachment trial won’t have a direct impact on the markets, it may significantly delay more COVID-19 stimulus. Full Article

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With last Wednesday’s Capitol breach still fresh in everyone’s minds, Trump will speak publicly for the first time later today. Full Article

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All the eyes of the world are today focused on the Georgia run-off elections and currency markets aren't liking what we are seeing. Full Article

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Right now, it’s all-systems-go for American stocks and it looks like a strong Q1 2021 is the most likely scenario moving forward. Full Article

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Today’s U.S. economic numbers aren’t good ― sluggish employment and a downturn in Housing Starts signals contraction. Full Article

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