Ed Moya joins me to share views on the US equity markets and how recent data and general central bank policy could support a continued rise. There is no arguing that the current rally in US markets is due for a pullback however it could go one for a little while longer, being supported by recent news events. Pay close attention to Ed’s time frame because he is expecting volatility to creep back in the near term.
With US markets up over 25% this year it’s hard to predict a similar outcome for next year. Chris Temple joins me to outline the drivers this year and what the keys will be for next year. Everyone is predicting a more volatile year but that can come in many forms.
Allison Ostrander, Director of Risk Tolerance at Simpler Trading joins me to share her trading strategies for Amazon and the US markets. Amazon has been stuck in a tightening range all year but in the last week showed some strength. As for the US markets, the uptrend continues but in no way is this a market that you can go all in on at these levels.
Jeff Small, President of Arbor Financial joins me to share his thoughts on major themes that will dominate markets in 2020. We start with the US/China trade war then move to the balance between US market performance vs international markets. Finally touching on how politics with the US election will move markets.