Posts From Willie Delwiche

Willie Delwiche
William Delwiche is a Director and Investment Strategist for R.W. Baird & Co. Before joining Baird in 1999, he worked as a researcher at the Committee for Economic Development, a Washington, D.C., pro-business think tank. Since 2004, Willie has also been the co-manager of Baird's ETF-based ALIGN Tactical Portfolios. Willie received a BA in Economics and in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, and an MA in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is a member of the Market Technicians Association and past member of the American Economics Association. Willie is both a Chartered Market Technician and a CFA Charter holder. Commentary from Willie on the economy and stock markets has been featured on other national, regional and trade media such as BARRON’S and Bloomberg BusinessWeek. He has appeared on Fox Business, the Nightly Business Report, and the MoneyLife show. Willie also regularly shares his perspectives via Twitter and other social media outlets.
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S&P 500 Weekly Outlook: Is The Rally Sustainable?

The Dow Jones is 1000 points higher than last Friday’s close and 1800 points higher than last Friday’s lows. All that in one week! Now investors need to look for clues to see if this rally is sustainable. In today’s research note we’ll look at the S&P 500 technical, market…

Q1 2018 Investing Outlook: Market Volatility Returns

And just like that, market volatility returns… Investing Highlights and 1Q 2018 Insights: Economic Fundamentals Remain Strong Valuations Show Prices Have Outpaced Earnings Market Weakness Has Helped Relieve Excessive Optimism Mid-Term Elections Looming Broad Market Lacks Momentum Tailwind After a historically quiet 2017 and a strong start to 2018, stocks…

U.S. Equities Update: Will Correction Work Off Excess?

The equity markets have experienced the first significant stock market correction since June 2016. Stocks fell 5.0 percent last week and are down 10 percent from the record high on January 26. A 10 percent correction typically happens every 18 months, making the stock market’s recent plunge a normal occurrence….

S&P 500 Market Update: Stocks Plunge Into Correction Territory

The stock market declined sharply yet again on Thursday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell over 1000 points for the second time this week. Stocks are now reaching into correction territory as investors attempt to size up the damage. In today’s update we’ll breakdown the latest action for stocks…

U.S. Equities Update: Stock Selloff Spills Into Monday

Stock Market The equity markets are experiencing a long overdue pullback. Last week, the important stock market indices suffered losses approaching 4.00%, the biggest weekly selloff since June 2016. And the selloff is continuing this week… and approaching a correction. The unusually large break on Friday came after the January…

S&P 500 Market Outlook: The Long Awaited Pullback Begins

After a year without a legitimate stock market pullback (3 percent or more), the U.S. stock market indices are finally pulling back. To what extent, we don’t know. But February should be an interesting month. It appears that lingering concerns have finally given way to a market pullback. Let’s breakdown…

U.S. Equities Weekly Outlook: Rally Participation Strong

U.S. equities continue to trade at all-time highs. The broader stock market trend is benefiting from strengthening market breadth. Meanwhile, excessive investor optimism continues to be a nagging concern. Let’s breakdown the latest action in the equities market and share some important investing research with a look forward. Key Takeaways:…

Market Update: Stocks Continue Run Of New Highs

The Stock Market The equity markets continue to move steadfastly higher with the Dow Jones Industrials, S&P 500 and NASDAQ indices finishing at record levels. Stocks are benefiting from rising earnings expectations as a result of lower corporate tax rates and a stronger economy. The persistent stock market rally shows…

S&P 500 Weekly Outlook: Market Stresses Begin To Mount

Stocks continue to trade at elevated levels, refusing to offer so much as a 3 percent dip for investors. Though the trend is still in tact, there are some concerns and market stresses in the underlying data. Key Takeaways: With new high list expanding and an increasing percentage of industry…

Will Strong Corporate Earnings Keep Stocks Elevated?

Stock Market The popular stock market averages soared to new record highs last week, with the Dow Jones Industrials rising a remarkable 1000 points since the start of the year. But stocks have tripped up to start the new week. The stock markets are technically overbought with most sentiment indicators…