Market to Government: “FEED ME SEYMOUR”

By Paul Sankey Published on July 20, 2021 at 9:06 AM

In the valuation Little Shop of Horrors environment we live, the monstrous plant of the market needs the government to feed it constantly. It was pointed out yesterday with me in conversation on this government-driven environment, that the recent rollover in value vs growth indexes occurred right when The Parliamentarian – the voice of the Senate – declared a claim by Chuck Schumer that an obscure procedure to allow a second reconciliation to pass an […]

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Sunday Sankey 6/27/21

By Paul Sankey Published on June 27, 2021 at 1:27 PM

Please join the Sankey Research party in DUMBO this Thursday as we celebrate the crazy past year, since first publishing the first Morning Sankey as independent research, on the Friday, of July 4th weekend 2020. What a muted occasion that was. Now New York is raving, and that is before international tourists return. RSVP for the party. It’s meant as an opportunity for people to come to see the remarkably transformed and very cool Brooklyn […]

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Sunday Sankey 4/25/21

By Paul Sankey Published on April 25, 2021 at 1:52 PM

Monster week of earnings ahead, a clash in the titanic battle of growth vs value. The forces of growth over-ran us values, but we started a fightback that saw several battles won since the terrible relative lows of August 2020. In Q1 this year, value began to rampage against growth. April has seen a growth fightback, with the US$ holding and US interest rates even rallying. I asked a market player if he was bullish […]

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