The Reformed Broker

Joshua M. Brown is a New York City-based financial advisor and the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management. The Reformed Broker began in November of 2008 and has become one of the most widely-read sites on the financial web. This blog is about markets, politics, economics, media, culture and finance. Joshua uses statistics, satire, anecdotes, pop culture references, sarcasm, fact, fantasy and any other device necessary to get his points across. The Reformed Broker is a forecast-free blog.

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A Missing Caveat to Last Week’s Sell-Off

First of all, congratulations to my friend Ari Wald on the fifth anniversary of his weekly technical note, Inflection Points, for Oppenheimer & Co. I’ve been reading him since the beginning and posting his insights often here at TRB. Ari makes sens...

This Week on TRB

I had a little interlude earlier this week, a three day stay at North Shore Hospital due to a flare up of the chronic condition I live with, Crohn’s disease. I was diagnosed in 1998 and have been managing it with an exclusionary diet up until now. ...

Clips From Today’s Halftime Report

Final Trades: Verizon, XPO, Pfizer, Alphabet and BB&T from CNBC. ......

Holy s*** the yield curve inverted

Bloomberg: A closely watched section of the Treasury yield curve on Friday turned negative for the first time since the crisis more than a decade ago, underscoring concern about a possible economic slump and the prospect that the Federal Reserve will...

The Kindergarten

Wall Street gets bored, but it never stays bored for long. We’re been trading at or below the January 2018 all-time record high for the Russell 1000 for 14 months now. Surely there must be something to do, something for The Street to get its client...