Credit Still Matters…

By James Dondero | December 14, 2015 Last week demonstrated a tone of “risk off” in the markets, as investors prepare for the potential of rising interest rates from the…

Can High Yield Bonds Bolster U.S. Equities?

By Jim Dondero | October 19, 2015 Stocks had another decent week and continued their advance off their October lows. Stocks continue to face significant areas of resistance just overhead…

A Possible Short-Term Bottom for Stocks, However Credit Continues to Loom

By James Dondero | October 2, 2015 Stocks finally had a good week, as both the S&P 500 and NASDAQ held their August 24th lows. Even more important is that both…

The Fed Stands Pat

By James Dondero | September 21, 2015 Markets were quite volatile last week, with stocks reacting negatively to the Fed’s decision to keep interest rates unchanged. While the FOMC did make…

Markets Await Federal Reserve Decision

By Jim Dondero | September 14, 2015 US stocks finally had a quiet week, ahead of one of the most widely anticipated FOMC meetings ever. While the broad market averages have…

Bottoming is a “Process,” not an “Event”

By James Dondero | September 08, 2015 US stocks finished the week lower, unable to build on their rally off the Aug 24th lows. Stepping back, while stocks could be quite…

Testing… Testing

By Jim Dondero | August 31, 2015 US Stocks had another extremely volatile week, and August 2015 will be remembered as one of the worst to investors in many years. More…

Once again… Credit was right!

By James Dondero | August 24, 2015 US Stocks had a very rough week, suffering their biggest declines since their 2011 lows. Technically speaking, stocks have now decisively broken key areas…

Will Credit Lead Equities?

By Jim Dondero | August 17, 2015 Stocks were up nicely last week, with the broad market averages advancing nearly 1%. More importantly, the bulls successfully defended key areas of support…

Where the Rubber Meets the Road!

By James Dondero | August 7, 2015 US stocks finished in the red last week, being led lower by the small caps. While the tone of the tape was clearly “defensive,”…

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