Danielle DiMartino Booth

Not surprisingly, Brussels has a similar feel to that of Washington D.C. but much more relaxed given the bureaucrats have bureaucratic underlings. A tour of the Parliament building had the feeling of a vast city center filled with humanity, but strangely absent of energy. My hosts were the first to concede that not near enough gets done here, not enough meaningful decisions made, precisely because there are too many institutions, too many committees within those institutions and sub-committees within those committees...

Danielle DiMartino Booth

It is said that the Great Inflation gave way to the Great Moderation, so named due to the decrease in macroeconomic volatility the U.S. economy enjoyed from the 1980s through the onset of that third ‘Great,’ The Great Financial Crisis...

Sleeping Markets Make Trading a Challenge

5 Stocks Lead Markets Higher

The markets have gone to sleep and nobody cares. Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba talks about the lack of action, explaining that markets with no trade, no volume and no volatility makes trading very challenging. There is a huge move coming and it could go either way...

Blowout Earnings Add to an Overdone Market

Cattle Markets in Major Squeeze

Was Thursday a defining moment in the market? Amazon and Google had blowout earnings and both stocks exploded 50 points which was in expectations based on the options market. Bubba feels that this overall exuberance is bringing the markets to a decision point. Bubba views these markets as overdone, but adds that you can’t fight it...

Market Correction? Recession?

Bubba & Guest Joe Meyer Break Down Market Manipulation

Today on The Bubba Show, Joe Meyer from Straight Money Analysis joins Bubba for the day and breaks down the macro trend of the markets. Bubba asks Joe for his assessment of the overall markets and Joe tells Bubba that investors should be very cautious...

Bubba’s Bottom Line #317 Markets Searching for Reason to Go Down

Todd "Bubba" Horwitz hosts episode 317 of Bubba's Bottom Line to discuss the most recent sell off on Friday past, which illustrated the soft nature of the market in advance of the French Presidential Election. In addition, with President Trump and Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin, the market nearly reversed all losses yet could not find momentum to continue higher. Bubba investigates what is the true driver of this current market: is there one or are we now looking at the outer sphere of yet another bubble?

Swamp in Washington Abuses Middle Class

The Ponzi Scheme Re-Worked

On today’s show, Bubba discusses the recent market action and explains that the trade has gone exactly to script as Bubba described back in February. The tops are in according to Bubba, as indicated by the chart action. Markets have made lower highs since the blow off top made on March first...

Investors Display Bullish Complacency

Recipe for Market Disaster?

The weekend is over, as is Easter and Passover, and everyone is back to work. Last week was quite a week for a shortened holiday trading week, culminating in President Trump having the MOAB (mother of all bombs) dropped in Afghanistan. The market was soft and volatility was rising, but will this be the start of the event that brings the markets lower?