The midterms are history, and so is a major source of uncertainty.
I realize that we have headwinds out there – tariff troubles, bearish moves by market-leading big tech stocks, and rising interest rates, to name just a few.
Right now, my technical, fundamental, and seasonal analyses show that we have a good probability of markets finishing strongly into year’s end.
It’s that seasonal analysis right now that’s particularly interesting – and particularly strong.
I think that tendency is going to have a lot to say in the argument over just where we’re going in the near- and intermediate-term…
We’re Reckoning with the “Presidential Cycle” Again
On Election Day, I spent almost all day at FOX Business Studios in New York, where I was asked to weigh in on the elections’ impact on markets on two different shows.
It was a classic “carnival-type atmosphere” – and election days should be big news days.
From Monday’s open to yesterday’s close, the Dow dropped 926.97 points and wiped clean all the gains from this year. Big tech took the biggest hit, and Keith joins Varney & Co. to talk about just that – with discussion on Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB), Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL), Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA), and Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN). Here’s what you can expect from all of them. Click here to watch.