The global stock market is looking mixed today as investors weighed how well U.S. economic data will perform against the longer-term impact the virus will have on global growth.

U.S. stocks on the other hand were up as Wall Street continued their rally from Friday, when investors were shocked to see 2.5 million jobs gained in May rather than the 8 million losses they were expecting.

However, these are the two major uncertainties the markets still face. 

In today’s video, I’m also covering how the week’s price action will unfold… which sector will lead ahead… which sector is overbought… and the single biggest factor driving the market right now.

Everyone says you should follow the “smart” money…

But sometimes, it’s easier to find bad trades and bet against them. That’s why I’m teaming up with Josh Martinez… to show you how to do just that.

Our Smart Money system doesn’t care about the current crisis or coming recession — it identifies the “smart money” spikes and allows you to trade with the backing of billions of dollars from Wall Street.

My Top Sectors as Investors Consider Bank News and Await Fed Comments

The Financial Crisis Is Overdone, Plus 2 ETFs I’m Buying

 The major indexes slipped Thursday morning as regional banks struggled amid fears of a growing banking crisis in the U.S and Europe. Credit Suisse announced plans to borrow up to $54 billion from the Swiss National Bank following reports the Saudi National Bank, its...

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