Monday Morning Minutes: Market Recap for the week ending February 5, 2021
DoubleLine’s Jeﬀ Mayberry and Samuel Lau kick oﬀ the inaugural episode of their new podcast on which they will cover surrounding market and macro moves as well as interesting events of the past week and
the week ahead. For Feb. 1-5, the duo discusses the strong performances of small-cap stocks and the surprising energy sector. On the macro front, they see signs of an expanding economy in rival manufacturing indexes while unemployment numbers remain a headwind to recovery. Jeﬀ and Sam, who will be doing deep dives into topics suggested by listeners, take a look at the speculaton (starts at 18:02) that Reddit Army retail investors coordinated a run at physical silver and what that kind of large-scale organizing could mean for markets.
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