Charlie Bilello

Charlie Bilello


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...and when did the Fed start cutting rates after yield curve inversion/earnings decline... Sep 2007 Jan 2001 Jun 1989 Today, the Fed started cutting rates in July and is expected to cut for a 3rd time on Oct 30. They are acting as if we are heading towards recession.

Poll results: 52% say US recession by end of 2020...

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Top Countries for Tourism by overall tourist expenditures... 1. US ($215 billion) 2. Spain ($74 bil) 3. France ($67 bil) 4. Thailand ($63 bil) 5. UK ($52 bil) 6. Italy ($49 bil) 7. Australia ($45 bil) 8. Germany ($42 bil) 9. Japan ($41 bil) 10. China ($40 bil)

Top Countries, Tourist Spending abroad... 1. China ($277 billion) 2. US ($144 bil) 3. Germany ($94 bil) 4. UK ($76 bil) 5. France ($48 bil) 6. Australia ($37 bil) 7. Russia ($35 bil) 8. Canada ($33 bil) 9. South Korea ($32 bil) 10. Italy ($30 bil)

With 19% of companies reported, S&P 500 earnings down 3% year-over-year, slowest growth since Q1 2016. $SPX

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S&P 500 sales up 2.8% in the past year, slowest growth since Q3 2016. $SPX

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The last 3 times S&P 500 earnings growth turned negative following an inverted yield curve... Q3 2007 (recession began Dec 2007) Q4 2000 (recession began Mar 2001) Q3 1989 (recession began Jul 1990)

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Two revolutionary companies went public in the summer of 2004. These are their returns... Google: +2,228% Domino's Pizza: +4,196%

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1 Year ago... Twitter market cap: $13 billion Snapchat market cap: $25 billion Today... Twitter market cap: $25 billion Snapchat market cap: $13 billion $TWTR $SNAP

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Bitcoin's market cap just passed McDonald's. Yes, that McDonald's: 37,000 locations, 375,000 employees, $24 billion in revenue. $BTC.X $MCD

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Microsoft was the largest company in the world in 2000, and today it is once again. None of the other 9 companies from the top 10 in 2000 remain there today. $MSFT

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Bitcoin's market cap just passed Visa's. Yes, that Visa: Largest electronic payment processor in the world $8.9 trillion in 141 billion transactions per year Across 160 currencies and over 200 countries $BTC.X $V

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