Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Market Shakeup

Well it's time to do my usually high level scrutiny into Wall Street and international investment. I got a lot of important interesting news with chart data to post here that gonna put everything in perspective on what's happening in investment and business. So,let's get started with some critical day facts combined with market analysis,include a few overall predictions. Ok. This is going to a nonsense report with facts,the markets stink for all the poor suckers who put their money on betting long game. Why? The Dow just proved that if you don't stay ahead of the markets in doing your research your going get thrown under a bus which is how this week started Monday. We seen many different factors players get involved in overall markets behaving the way it is doing this early week. So you ask what are those factors John? Well it started with OPEC crude oil production output decision by the Saudi Arabia which decided to keep a freeze on changes in light sweet crude oil output quota. This is point number one that started investors skepticism about suspicions that OPEC may reduce their oil output, compensate for a glut on global storage of existing refinery products.
Then you got Deutsche Bank corporate shakeup canning most of the existing corporate executives which sent yet another ripple through the European markets. Then add in Europe to everyone pains Brexit is going into full scale scalping consumers on huge price jump in costs of consumer goods average 7% increase in overall costs and the pain doesn't stop there. Euphoria in last week is replaced with sheer panic this week,trying to get out the sinking markets ship before everyone lost huge amount in their portfolios. Markets really reached a chilly sentiment on late Monday in Europe,America and international with a clear selling signals on charts data. Global reaction was mixed in Asia by the Neekii market marched uphill only to twice flip flop to current up 177.84 while others in Asia went completely opposite going downhill by average 40 points. American market investors got a big shock treatment with a new report that across the board corporate earnings declined by a whopping 12% average,then the Fed Bano started stirring the rate hike pot again sending fears through both corporate America and global investors that the Fed hiding a secret bombshell with a renewed double digit rate hike. People heard the saber rattling in the Fed Bank and said "Whoa buddy you gotta listen to this one they gotta be planning something big,Yellen got something up her sleeve that she just waiting to spring on all of us. We better play it safe zone." So,with everyone herd mentality they looked at the Fed,Brexit the British pound freefall in value combined with earnings statements and decided its bailout time before we get burned. It's a domino effect in the mindset of corporate and investors so instead of playing long ball with investment they looked,then decided bailout better do it now sell it. Canadian markets followed suit by playing follow the leader with mild sell off average 24 points since Monday. Apple,Google,technology companies all posted under the benchmark on both earnings and PIP performance index,chart data this quarter combined with Morningstar ratings as underperforming in every category. When you look at the underpins in the charts you can easily see why it's happened. You got to factor in GDP is down. 4% global which is pulling down both investment markets and corporate profits. The total surprise for this quarter is overall new homes construction is up by 2.3% on average combined with real estate home sales up by a little more this quarter 7% which is making a bright spot in the economy. Average  income and saving did rise some this quarter but is still not keeping pace with inflation. While inflation report by the US Treasury is average 2.8% people are warned by market signals that this low numbers isn't going to last long,certainly not to end of 2016. So,these are some key market factors that are driving the economy,which is creating a global warning bell ringing on both corporate and market investment.
My prediction is we are going to see some more bright spots in the global economy but it's not enough this week to spark a reverse change in the current coarse of selling,bailout. We could however see some interesting news come from European Bank,Fed Bank,MLP managed leverage partnerships,plus news from major technology companies,energy sector that will give a bigger boost to the markets and economy. So,their you have it in a complete package,note; I didn't add major market data numbers as much as I usually do to save time on getting this up posted online.

Have Blessed Day,
John Norton

Friday, September 30, 2016

Friday Market Watch

I think I will start this thing off today writing my market report with some interesting data to include in it. Unfortunately due to being very busy with my usually heavy load of responsibilities combined with ongoing to do work lists that keep me busy. So, I didn't get to write and post Monday,Wednesday stock,business report to global blog readers,yes definitely blame me it's my fault for not doing it. Well,now that is out of the way let's concentrate on a Friday,weekly wrap up on the global markets with business included. I am posting with this a important chart that I think everyone should study it closely because it gives in my expert opinion a good industry indicator of what,which way the global markets are going to be heading into October. So,its market watch Friday wrapped up here with critical analysis on what happened today combined with this week. First let's start with the "Good News" on this day with data that everyone going to be happy with seeing but watch out for the engine in Asian markets it just ran out of oil to keep it going. Ok.. enough of the semantics,let's get to the facts on how they global markets did this week. Well,certainly interested things have happened this week with a new report about consumer spending is down sharply,no surprise to market people who track this stuff daily. Interest rates have stayed the same thanks in part to the Fed Bank decided to not hike the discount rate. This did help marketeers with some sunshine over this ongoing rate decided recently. This however is just a favorable factor in the overall spread spectrum of the financial,investment and business markets. You see we just got another report released from the Treasury which shows inflation has almost doubled in thing third quarter of 2016. The benchmark on this Fed Bank leading economic industry indicators shows it's hit their 2% mark which is almost double of what it should be for going into the fourth quarter of this year. Fed Bank policy has flip flopped a few times this year with the central bank pushing the printing presses into action trying to jump start a sluggish,weak economy. Jobs added a new sweet spot this week with reports that the overall economy grew a modest 4% in the third quarter with jobs growth. The overall reaction to this modest economic data received a "Yes this is great,so I wager a short term bet on some stocks and bonds" this week investors attitude. People decided to venture out of their den to smile,feel happy but still carried their rain suits just to be certain they were not making a mistake. Market investors and business both global breathed a huge sigh of relief when they found out that Germany biggest bank isn't going under and out of business like what was originally told by corporate big wigs. That great news sent recovery shock waves through global markets as everyone actually witnessed another miracle with Deutsche Bank posting a meager but important profit increase plus stock prices climbed slightly for the first time in a year. Around the globe investors got better yields and stock,bonds performance that what what it's been in other weeks in the third quarter of this year. The Asian markets did a mixed swan dive with the Heesang down about 350.0 points,Others about 210.0 points but towards the end of this week some Asian markets were slightly up on the news that the dollar weakened over this week. Canadian markets reached a combined rally uphill on news about Deutsche Bank and more about the European Central Bank new monetary policy on Thursday going into Friday. American markets climbed up to 180.76 on the Dow with this rally continued to be strong all week. More good news from Apple and Dell drove the markets to conclude that maybe the Bears in the markets have been beaten by a large margin With both Apple,Dell and Boeing posted sizable profit gains for both third quarter and starting fourth quarter this added investors confidence that the uphill rally will continue. Business people also had something to smile about this week with the news that Apple suite in court is going in their favor,winning the suite means big for Apple over patent rights on their IPHONE and other products. So,overall investors and business people global had something to cheer about but with a few shocking choking factors along the way this week. This is my expert analysis of this weeks global investment markets and business.

Have Blessed Day,
John Norton

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Current Dollar Index Chart

I am quickly posting this dollar index chart to my blog readers so that everyone can see how the dollar benchmarks have changed over the course of this week with a projected analysis of what I think it will do further as the month continues.
Look at it..

Interesting trend..

John Norton

Light Sweet Crude Oil Chart

I am quickly posting this crude oil chart that shows price adjustment from prior benchmark.

John Norton

Friday, September 23, 2016

Global Energy Investment

This certainly got me and my wife HM Pamela to talk a private business and investment discussion about how we can rake in huge profits from multiple business ventures doing alternative renewable energy. Check out the numbers involved it's huge!!

Global Energy

Look at this important factoid about the energy sector with alternative renewable energy. Certainly got me and my wife Pamela talking about how we can make a huge cash haul on this obviously profitable business.

Business Analysis Chart

I am posting this business analysis chart for my readers to look at which shows the top American companies to invest your money in stock. Chart shows how companies are doing on a accurate financial analysis with projected curve data included in data metrics. Look at the Chart..

John Norton

Federal Friday Report

I thought I would start off this Friday report with some sunshine news on global markets and business. A lot has happened this week so I am going to give everyone the highlights and the lowest that makes everyone cringe in horror. Ok I got to get out my trusty microscope and expert analyst pen to show you this weeks factoids in both investments and business. 1. Federal week is this week as we see the Fed Central Bank do a complete one eighty and not raise interest rates for this fiscal quarter. This made investors this week globally breathe a sighs of relief combination with them cheering the Fed policy decision. On the other hand Congress got involved this Wednesday with hauling Fed Chair Janet Yellen before the Banking Committee and YELLEN at her about a variety of regulatory and policy decisions. The Fed Chair Ms. Yellen got roasted on a open barbecue over her failure to dump Well Fargo CEO combined Fed Advisor Board member from the Fed Bank. So this started a middle week thoughts by Congress that she does this one more time were going to drag out our Subpoena and fry us  up some Yellen stakes in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Treasury Secretary when asked Thursday about what he might do with the problems with the Fed Central Bank he offered "At this time I am not prepared to make any statement or comment on the Central Bank" So the senior peanut in the Washington peanut gallery refused to do a peanut dance about the monetary system. Go Figure it's common place this thing happens in Washington DC. So how do the markets global reaction to warm interest rate news? Actually cheerful but also mixed with other economic data left investors trying to decide which way the broad markets are heading in considering that it's been a steady climbing rally in the green zone for the third straight day. This American market rally uphill has been a timid one but still investors cheered this starting into business day open on all the markets. Canadian markets reached a plateau on Tuesday ahead of the Fed Bank rate decision with a continuous loss on market valuation. You see it in the underpinnings on charts showing a high volume of skepticism combined with persistent PIP data inputs that shows market volatility. Global you see this in the Asian and European markets with the same base line shows on PIP charts data heavy volume combined with increasing markets volatility. Reading advanced charts data shows global industry indexes to be sluggish in economic recovery,additional data plots and charts show market indexes to continue average across the board 40 points slipping downhill for this week. New analysis I have completed here shows American markets are going to continue to increase by a small market margin as we will see it continue to be available average above the belt at 15 points on all indexes. Market movement will be uphill with Bulls stocks,bonds average two to one advantage over Bears declining stock,bonds in major markets. New unemployment data shows jobless claims dropped for the second straight quarter this year with average 300,000 claims filled according to the Treasury Department. New Home sales slipped 0.4 on news that credit lenders are now being forced into complex regulatory compliance with other targeted provision parts of the Fair Credit Act set to hit banks and credit lenders next month. So overall business did fare better this week with Apple posted a greater than expected gains with third quarter earnings,Airbus announced it will deliver 7,000 new engines to be coupled with their new commercial jetliner already in production phase set to roll out of assembly line to customers early 2017 expected. The company report shows increased earnings for this quarter ahead of new airliner product slated for 2017. So I think markets global for next week American up by a small market margin,Asian down,Europe down by a larger points margin as the EU and Britain grapple with what to do with the Brexit dilemma. This is what the charts,plots and critical analysis look here to me that I have completed for this week.

Have Blessed Day,

John Norton
HM King Scotland
The Hon. UN Secretary General (elected)

Monday, September 19, 2016

Monday Movers

Today certain to make some fat cats on Wall Street smile with a total temporary course change in the green zone. The Dow Jones up 11.57 S&P up 4.1 NASDAQ is down 2.9 on broad market changes,Europe markets posts sizeable gains with the Euro having its best start of a week 118.41 both Asian markets and Canadian markets posted neckline upside at available average of 58.08 average it out on a chart. Fed Chair Janet Yellen and some other inside bankers at Central Bank still on teetering on Wednesday rate hike decision. However in spite of markets still getting over jangled nerves about rate hike investors saw opportunity to smile with new data about Home Construction shooting the moon continued its steady climb uphill. New Home Construction rose at a whopping 4.7% for this fiscal quarter of the year which put cheer into a otherwise gloomy housing market as we have started a new fiscal quarter. Some noticeable market changes in direction with the underpinnings I predicted last week are exactly what your seeing on Monday here. Businesses and investors are still hedging their risks expected to get creamed by a gigantic Fed Bank rate hike on Wednesday this week. Large institutional investors are playing it smart by quickly shifting their assets into safety zones in anticipation of getting creamed by a unwelcome rate hike. Global markets today reading Wall Street and the Fed Bank got a chocolate cake and passed it around singing Were In The Money as major markets soared to a all time record high this Monday. So, I think this trend is going to continue to happen until Wednesday when the Fed Bank announces its rate hike decision. I think reading the way the inflation is going up combined with weak economy you'll see a massive rate hike 11.0 depending on other economic data by Wednesday. If their is new data on load bearing inflation then you'll see the Fed back away from it with a modest 2.1 on the rate hike not very sizable but enough to try to feed jitters in the economy with "Well Gee How We Going to Absorb this One" Big question running through business and investors minds waking up Thursday morning with concerns about the both short and longer term fallout. To jump start the economy the Fed Central Bank will pump up the economy with the green printing presses working overtime to put new billions of money into the economy. So,folks this is my early weeks analysis of how and what happened so far combination with the progress of this week on both business and investments.

Take Care,

John Norton
HM King Scotland
The Hon. UN Secretary General (elected)

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Friday Market Watch

Well,what can I say,I got very busy with government and corporate stuff combined,so I didn't get to publish this report until Saturday (today).. So, here we go with my usual highly critical focus on business and investment portfolios. Umm.. Thinking I am,pause to grab a quick gulp of my coffee before I begin my researched report for Friday. Ok. Ready Set Go. Gotta warm you up cause its really chilly out on Wall Street and Main Street sneezing on their awful head cold. Ok ok enough of the semantics you say and let's get to my analysis so you can understand what is happening with business and investment portfolios. Here you go..Hard numbers crunch coming.. Dow Jones 88.68, S & P 500 7.14, NASDAQ 4.13 all on heavy sell on the end of business day Friday. Canadian markets 24.77, Asian Markets Heisang and Tokyo market up average 188.90, broad base index leading economic indicators shows Asian markets climbed steadily over this quarter average 2.8% on market indexes, European markets EU currency index went down valuation 1.4% to all time low, EU stocks in broad markets indexes in Europe fell by available average .06% on individuals,collective down 1.8%,American markets analytics down average 4.1% on the downside overall for broad market industry indexes,critical jump in sell signals with market investors hedging their risks,valuation of currency rises available average above belt 1.5% for fiscal 3rd fiscal quarter 2016,pending charts analysed show fiscal 4th quarter dollar valuation sharper rise due to larger foreign investment (buyers) long term on T Bills,negative cash flows on consumer spending with current analysis,real estate home prices up with average available single family home costs about 290,000,CPI consumer prices index report shows consumers spending on durable goods dropped more than 1% points,overall analysis of mine I see a return to high inflation with consumer confidence wavers on Fed Bank pending rate hike. In-depth look shows market speculators hedge on bond markets,while bond prices increased up about average 8.% on industry accepted bonds. Federal Bank chair Janet Yellen and others said this week Fed is backing away from industry wide rate hike due to global markets reached high  anxiety level popping Rolaids on rate hike news. So, this is a overall markets snapshot for up to Friday of this week. We seen some bright news from industry leader Apple with their new IPhone 7 now available global to consumers. Flip side Duache Bank German bank giant hit with regulatory fines,worse bank president says bank facing serious closure. Boeing sales up on new commercial planes..Facebook rolls out new digital streaming services to compete with Twitter. Light Sweet crude oil prices dropped for the third straight week while industry grappling with huge oversupply. So this is a look at market movers and shakers global in both business and investment leaders. I recommend you look at my posted chart for next week predictions,analysis combined with serious consideration of what the PIP chart indexed underpins,volume,volatility and the overall curves, troughs,values involved on this chart. It's a good industry look at which way this bears market is heading directly through my expert analysis.

Have a Blessed Weekend,

John Norton
HM King Scotland
The Hon. UN Secretary General (elected)

Friday Stock Market Chart

Well investors,business sharks look at my chart data you'll find some interesting points in it.

John Norton

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Tuesday Stock Report

How torrie start my research report on the global markets? I pause to think about my last week predictions that nobody going to escape the avalanche coming at them. Welcome to the news the avalanche hit everyone hard with the Dow Jones down 260 points. Bears skepticism fever just wallop the markets with massive selling binge that started late yesterday and here we go skiing slalom downhill with no crash protection. Investors got clobbered by global across the board rate hikes in many different global markets. This is just the tip of this very chilly iceberg that were going through presently. I don't mean to sound like the proverbial pessimist but the ugly numbers on the charts don't lie about the financial meltdown just started. You got jangled nerves starting with the Fed Central Bank shaking up the rate hike from different parts of it causing investors and business people to go OH NO!! Were Screwed!! Rate hike 5.0 points maybe higher based on current Fed Bank lectures to global business and investors listening to it. When you combine the fever pitch speculation in Wall Street this week you see everyone moving capital to a safe zone or just running for the exit door (Sell It All). Events are shaping the markets with China jumped on with new tools to support a very saggy bond market which is heavily laden with toxic bonds. Investors worry that China going to start dumping huge stocks and bonds into the already bear markets causing a global crash. European markets really reached a seller plateau by losing another 2.4% value on the EU market indexes. So,here we are skiing slalom downhill with no end in sight,we haven't seriously seen the worst yet unfortunately on this bear market seller parade. I predict we are going to see 600 points market plunge by the end of this week or early next week as we get closer to the Fed Bank rate hike announced. Put on your rain gear and be prepared to get very wet as this selling binge isn't going away yet.

Have a Blessed Day,

HM John Norton
The Hon. UN Secretary General (elected)

New Stock PI Chart

This is a market analysis PI profit index chart which when users look at this they will gain helpful knowledge into the underpinnings of a Bull or Bear market. Look at it you'll find it useful,we certainly do use it.

John Norton

Stocks Compared Chart

This is a typical side by side comparison chart that helps you make in-depth analysis on current markets direction,volatility and overall endpoint volume.

John Norton

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