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Tim Hayes discusses rationale for being overweight in global equities and underweight in US stocks:

Timothy Hayes, chief global investment strategist at Ned Davis Research, joins BNN Bloomberg for his view on the stock market. Hayes said his team is overweight global equities particularly Europe and EM, meanwhile it remains underweight U.S. stocks. 

Ed Clissold shares how to read the technical before market changes:

Leadership has begun to act like a bull market, says Ed Clissold. He discusses technical trends to focus on in today's markets. He talks about how the economy is not out of the woods and earnings remain a risk in 2023.

Ed Clissold say he wouldn’t be surprised if Fed hikes rates again:

 Ned Davis Research chief US strategist Ed Clissold explains how investors should react to the Federal Reserve on 'Making Money.'

Ed Clissold explains how investors should react to recent Fed actions

Ned Davis Research chief US strategist Ed Clissold explains how investors should react to the Federal Reserve on 'Making Money.'

Ed Clissold shares his views on stock market performance as recessions risks rise:

Ed Clissold, chief U.S. strategist at Ned Davis Research, joins BNN Bloomberg for his view on the stock market as recession risks rise. Clissold says the Fed will pivot once jobs data shows signs of easing. Clissold expects the Fed to start cutting rates 7 months past its last rate hike.

Fed to cut rates seven months after its last rate hike

Ed Clissold, chief U.S. strategist at Ned Davis Research, joins BNN Bloomberg for his view on the stock market as recession risks rise. Clissold says the Fed will pivot once jobs data shows signs of easing. Clissold expects the Fed to start cutting rates 7 months past its last rate hike.

Ed Clissold discusses which indicators to watch

Ned Davis Research chief U.S. strategist Ed Clissold details the macroeconomic indicators to watch over the coming weeks.

Alejandra Grindal shares insight on the US NEET rate

Alejandra Grindal shares insight on the US NEET rate; Economists search for theories on why fewer oeioke from ages 20 to 24 are working or seeking a job.

Ed Clissold sees upside for commodities regardless of which party wins midterm elections

Ed Clissold, chief U.S. strategist at Ned Davis Research, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss his view on markets as Americans head to the polls. Clissold says history has shown recession don't usually happen before midterms. He also adds is uncommon for the presidential party to win the majority of seats during midterms. He adds a year-end rally is quite possible.

Joe Kalish sees a year-end stock market rally, and a rate cut next quarter

Joe Kalish, chief macro strategist at Ned Davis Research, says that the Federal Reserve will begin scaling back its rate hikes by March, creating a good environment for bonds and cash to generate a real return with minimal risk. But first, he says the stock market will likely rally down the final stretch of 2022, but that because the  stock market has never bottomed ahead of the start of a recession he expects a reversal that takes out the lows before the Fed pivots and the market can start a slow recovery during or after a mild recession in mid- to late 2023. 

Ed Clissold details macroeconomic indicators to watch:

Ned Davis Research chief U.S. strategist Ed Clissold details the macroeconomic indicators to watch over the coming weeks.

Bearish investor sentiment is the key to sustaining a stock market rally into 2023:

A rally in the stock market heading into 2023 won't be sustainable unless investor sentiment remains in bearish territory, according to a Thursday note from Ned Davis Research.

As U.S. stocks rip higher, investors hunt for signs of market bottom.

Some gauges of the stock market's health are showing that the latest rally in U.S. equities may be the start of a sustained move higher, though many investors are hesitant to jump on board until there are signs inflation is cooling.

Torched Stocks Are About the Only Thing Working in Fed’s Favor.

Inflation shows few signs of cooling in the economy. The same cannot be said of markets, which are starting to seem like the only thing the Federal Reserve has going for it these days.

Reverse Currency War

Data suggests the global economy is already in a moderate slowdown but the odds of a severe recession are climbing, and that presents downside risks to equities for the year ahead, according to Ned Davis Research.

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