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Ed Clissold explains why breadth thrust is a potential indicator for a bull market

 Ned Davis Research chief U.S. strategist Ed Clissold provides insight on the stock market on 'The Claman Countdown.'

Is a Recession in the U.S. Inevitable?

The calls on the Street for a U.S. recession this year or next have intensified in recent weeks, with many forecasters rushing to stake a claim in terms of recession probabilities. The value of these calls is that they can help raise investor awareness so that a game plan can be put in place for such an eventuality.

Should Investors Sell in May?

NDR Chief U.S. Strategist Ed Clissold appeared on Bloomberg to answer if investors should sell in May.

Slower pace of expansion this year is practically assured says Dimitrova

Municipals were mostly steady Tuesday in mixed trading, once again largely ignoring moves to lower yields in U.S. Treasuries, while equities sold off ahead of corporate earnings.

Ed Clissold waves red flag for current earnings season

Ned Davis thinks profit growth will come in way south of what the market expects.

Investors seeking returns should allocate 5% to Bitcoin

Institutional investors could invest more in cryptocurrencies if tighter regulations are enacted, according to Ned Davis Research.

NDR’s Kalish forsees further flattening of the Yield Curve

The spread between yields on 2- and 10-year Treasury notes, one of the most closely watched parts of the yield curve, narrowed Tuesday to a level not seen since January, while traders boosted their expectations for an accelerated pace of rate hikes by the Federal Reserve following an unexpected hawkish pivot by Chairman Jerome Powell.

Tim Hayes says buy US growth stocks but not keen on UK value stocks

Merryn talks to Tim Hayes, chief global investment strategist of Ned Davis Research, about why he's so bullish on US growth stocks, but not so keen on UK value stocks.

Market has room to run into next year; volatility likely in 2022

Ed Clissold, chief U.S. strategist for Ned Davis Research, says that the market has room to run into next year, but that 2022 is likely to see much more volatility and much slower growth, even if inflation concerns start to fade and interest rates don't move dramatically higher.

Bloomberg Surveillance (Early Edition)

Ed Clissold, Chief U.S. Strategist at Ned Davis Research, says stock market momentum looks good.

Massive primary, constructive secondary lead yields lower

Triple-A benchmarks saw bumps of one to five basis points. The 10-year muni is now falling closer toward 1% and the 30-year is down near 1.5%. The 10-year UST fell five basis points to land at 1.44% and the 30-year moved to 1.822%, or six basis points lower.

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