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Matt McAleer talks Markets on TD Ameritrade

Author: , Post Date: February 15, 2019
Matthew McAleer, Executive Vice President & Director of Equity Strategies for Cumberland Advisors, appears on the TD Ameritrade Network to discuss financial markets.

Matt McAleer, Executive Vice President & Director of Equity Strategies for Cumberland Advisors, appears on the TD Ameritrade Network to discuss financial markets with Oliver Renick. View the discussion here: https://tdameritradenetwork.com You can watch Matt’s deliver weekly updated market commentary here on Cumberland Advisors’ YouTube Channel. Can’t get enough of Matt? Listen to him during […]

Shutdown #6

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: February 12, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

US agriculture was not well positioned to suffer a federal government shutdown in December and January. In an era of low commodity prices, many farms cannot afford trade-war shenanigans and cannot afford government shutdowns. Across the US, median farm income for 2018 was -$1548 (yes, a negative $1548), a fifteen-year low, despite record farm productivity […]

Shutdown #5

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: January 31, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

My colleague Norm Dempsey reminded me to thank all the readers of our shutdown series for their emails and messages. He also noted we should do the same for those who supported the climate change series. We concur with Norm. In his reminder Norm mentioned that when former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich was sentenced by […]

The Fed Is Guessing As it Plays With Fire: David Kotok (Radio)

Author: , Post Date: January 29, 2019
Cumberland's David Kotok on Bloomberg Radio

David Kotok, Chairman & Chief Investment Officer of Cumberland Advisors, on what to expect from the FOMC, balance sheet, and the outlook for bonds and markets. Hosted by Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney. Running time 12:42   LISTEN HERE: Bloomberg Radio NOTE: Links to other websites or electronic media controlled or offered by Third-Parties (non-affiliates of […]

Shutdown #4

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: January 26, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

Here is a link to an FBI report on what the shutdown is doing to safety and law enforcement and all that is related to those concerns. The report is entitled Voices from the Field (https://www.fbiaa.org/sites/default/files/downloadable/FBIAA%20Voices%20from%20the%20Field.pdf). The FBI describes it as follows: “Voices from the Field contains reports from FBI Special Agents nationwide. These stories illustrate how the government […]

Shutdown #3

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: January 24, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

We believe one of the Achilles heels of the Trump-Pelosi shutdown war is found in air travel. Growing waits at airports. More “blue flu” sick-outs. TSA workers unpaid. And much more. This is a festering and growing, artificially concocted crisis as our political leaders fiddle and our nation (like ancient Rome) burns. Trump’s approval is […]

Shutdown. Markets. #2.

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: January 23, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

We thank many readers for their responses to my January 22 commentary, “Shutdown and Markets” (https://www.cumber.com/shutdown-and-markets/). Responses were varied, as expected. Some folks maintained their sense of humor. Others blamed one side or the other and criticized my final sentence, in which I suggested that both sides share a measure of the blame. So let […]

Shutdown and Markets

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: January 22, 2019
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

The stock market is ignoring the shutdown. The bond market is, too. So, too, are commodities, currencies, precious metals, fine art and other collectibles, sovereign debt, and many other asset classes. Those markets are moving for other reasons and not Federal shutdown. Why? Markets believe the shutdown is temporary. Market agents look at the childish […]