Market Research Blog Posts

Russell 2000 index fund chart
September 1, 2021 by Matt McCracken
Ring the bell! Its finally here. Potentially, a multi-year top in equity markets. The universal curse has finally reared its ugly head. And no other than CNBC's finest Bob Pisani is the one to usher in the next bear market. This from CNBC today:...Read more
May 26, 2021 by Matt McCracken
This morning, I read how Jim Cramer stated in one of his recent shows, "The stock market runs on cycles. When you have this many running at once, the averages tend to be pretty darn resilient...That's why I think you need to keep buying the dips...Read more
March 26, 2021 by Matt McCracken
The above picture is one I took personally from our local gas station right in Horseshoe Bay. Since I took this picture a couple of weeks ago, the price of a gallon of gas has already risen 20c. I have no idea why the picture appears sideways but I...Read more
Nuclear Reactors
February 25, 2021 by Matt McCracken
For disclosure purposes, we are long Uranium Participation Company (U.to), Cameco (CCJ), BWX Technologies (BWXT) and Denison Mining (DNN) as of the date of this post. CNBC posted excerpts of an interview today with Bill Gates talking about how he is...Read more
October 20, 2020 by Matt McCracken
This morning, CNBC posted an article titled, "Why Russia - and Putin - might be worried about a Biden presidency?" The article points out several events that have not endeared Russia to the Democratic party. I think we may need to consider flipping...Read more
Oil rigs in West Texas
October 9, 2020 by Matt McCracken
Over the past couple of weeks, my capitulation signal indicator (CSI) has been going off for energy stocks. Just in the past week, we bought CVX, KYN and PBR. It also generated buys on IYE, MMP and SLB but I didn't take them but I may in the coming...Read more
July 22, 2020 by Matt McCracken
Disclosure: Our firm is short AGO. Why The Fed can’t bailout the US Muni bond market (i.e. why cities, counties and states are not like Greece and Puerto Rico.) Fragmentation The Muni bond market is terribly fragmented. You have hundreds of large...Read more