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User Profile: FollowClick to Follow RyanDetrickRyan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrickChief Market Strategist of @CarsonGroupLLC Helping You Find Your Freedom Advisory services through CWM, LLC, Registered Investment Advisor.Fort Mill, SC via Cincinnaticarsongroup.comBorn October 28Joined February 20091,167 Following108.2K Followers

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Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Jul 25Honored and excited to announce that I'm the new Chief Market Strategist at @CarsonGroupLLC! On my way to Omaha now to get rolling and have some fun!14122825


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick 28mI learned a long time ago that the credit markets tend to sniff out trouble before everyone else. Various spreads continue to tighten, not blow out. A potential nice sign for both the economy and stock market.321103

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Carson Group@CarsonGroupLLC 11hHappy Monday! Our Chief Market Strategist @RyanDetrick explains what the jobs report means for the state of the economy on @FoxBusiness 'Making Money' with @cvpayne.foxbusiness.comMaking Money with Charles Payne | Fox BusinessHost Charles Payne gives viewers an end-of-day wrap, and provide an insider's look at tomorrow's money makers.312


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 7Nonfarm payrolls of 528k, but household survey only 179k. An even wider spread last mo (713k). In fact, >1m jobs created in nonfarm payrolls than the household survey the past two months. ex-Covid, last time was 2013 and early '50s. What do you think @sonusvarghese?2326

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Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 6Had a great time talking charts and markets with my friend @Pdunuwila of @TheChartReport!Quote TweetPatrick Dunuwila, CMT@Pdunuwila Aug 5Had a great time talking to @RyanDetrick about Seasonality, the 4-Year Presidential Cylce, and more. Check it out! https://youtube.com/watch?v=c0b5WGEiOvg 2225


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 6Huge fan of action movies and I've gotta say that #PreyMovie is absolutely awesome. I heard it was good and it did not disappoint! Easily the best one since Arnold. The final 70 minutes is as nonstop action as you'll ever see. What do you think? Agree?GIFread image descriptionALT5125


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 6Be sure to watch the latest Trendlines Over Headlines with @Pdunuwila of @TheChartReport and myself. Really fun discussion. Also, at the 17 minute mark I shoot on my Pop-A-Shot backwards. At least fast forward to see that.youtube.comTrendlines Over Headlines with Special Guest, Ryan Detrick | The...In this week s episode of Trendlines Over Headlines, Chief Market Strategist, Ryan Detrick of Carson Group joins us to talk Seasonality, The 4-year President...1118

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Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Sub 4% unemployment rate yet >500k jobs created? You don't see that often. Happened 3 times recently (December '21, Feb '22, and now), but you have to go back to Aug '52 for the only other time it ever happened.51668

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Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5All 22 million jobs that were lost have been made up. Here's something very interesting. The previous 10 recessions took 29.5 months on average to make up the lost jobs. This time? 29 months. (insert scary music)653125

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Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Here are the 17 previous times the US economy created >3 million jobs in a yr (like '22). Not once did that calendar yr have a recession and only once (1973) did the following yr fall into a recession. Things aren't perfect, but this bodes well for a slowdown, not a recession.2591197


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 6Had a great time talking charts and markets with my friend @Pdunuwila of @TheChartReport!Quote TweetPatrick Dunuwila, CMT@Pdunuwila Aug 5Had a great time talking to @RyanDetrick about Seasonality, the 4-Year Presidential Cylce, and more. Check it out! https://youtube.com/watch?v=c0b5WGEiOvg 2225


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5How cool is it to see @CarsonGroupLLC and my name together? As you can tell by the second image, I am smiling ear to ear (and I have big ears). #FindYourFreedom3258


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Thank you, @cvpayne!Quote TweetCharles V Payne@cvpayne Aug 5Great job and congratulations again. twitter.com/RyanDetrick/st 7


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Coming on with @cvpayne on @FoxBusiness next!!1338


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5I'll be on @FoxBusiness with my friend @cvpayne at 2:10pm ET. Should be a fun one and see you soon!117


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Here are the 17 previous times the US economy created >3 million jobs in a yr (like '22). Not once did that calendar yr have a recession and only once (1973) did the following yr fall into a recession. Things aren't perfect, but this bodes well for a slowdown, not a recession.2591197


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Talking with @jain_devik of @ReutersBiz about today's better than expected jobs report. Hint - no recession.reuters.comFutures steady ahead of monthly jobs dataU.S. stock index futures were steady on Friday ahead of data expected to show the pace of job growth slowed in July, but stayed strong enough to keep the Federal Reserve on its policy tightening path.19


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5The US Economy has made nearly 3.3 million jobs this yr. There have been only 17 other times it made that many jobs during the yr. Never once has it gone into a recession during that calendar year and only ONCE out of 17 did it go into a recession that following year. (1973)2438145


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5All 22 million jobs that were lost have been made up. Here's something very interesting. The previous 10 recessions took 29.5 months on average to make up the lost jobs. This time? 29 months. (insert scary music)653125


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Sub 4% unemployment rate yet >500k jobs created? You don't see that often. Happened 3 times recently (December '21, Feb '22, and now), but you have to go back to Aug '52 for the only other time it ever happened.51668


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5528k Officially made back all the jobs that were lost.Quote TweetRyan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Anyone see a 525k print tomorrow? If so, we'd have made up all the lost jobs from the recession. Take note, the S&P 500 took 5 months to get back to new highs. 28 months and counting for jobs to come back.61175


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5I've long said that Take 5 is one of the best and most underrated candy bars of all-time. Pretty pumped that @DairyQueen just announced it as a new flavor!youtube.comNEW REESE S Take 5 BLIZZARD TreatMeet August s BLIZZARD of the Month: the NEW REESE S Take 5 BLIZZARD Treat! It s packed with REESE S Peanut Butter Cups, sweet caramel, salty peanuts, an...310


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5August usually isn't a great month for stocks, but did you know that today was historically the weakest day of this weak month? Here's how everyday of the year does. How strong is your birthday?639114


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Anyone see a 525k print tomorrow? If so, we'd have made up all the lost jobs from the recession. Take note, the S&P 500 took 5 months to get back to new highs. 28 months and counting for jobs to come back.41557


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5If today seemed boring, that's because it was. The S&P 500 traded in a range of only 0.63%, the smallest range so far in 2022. Apparently the smallest single daily range ever was 0.08% back in December 1990, in case you care.1024184


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5And crude oil is now lower than it was before the war in Ukraine started.62889


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 5Just recorded the latest Trendlines Over Headlines with @Pdunuwila of @TheChartReport! Be on the lookout for it tomorrow.1215


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 4Last quarter was one of the worst quarters ever for the S&P 500. That's the bad news. The good news is a year after a 15% quarterly loss, stocks have never been lower (since WWII).2063214

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Ana Maria Trujillo Lim n (she/her)@AnaT_Edits Aug 4 Work hard, have fun, make a difference, @RyanDetrick tells @_BurtWhite this was one of the phrases that made him come to @CarsonGroupLLC!GIF28


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 4It is what it is, the Animal Spirits podcast is the gold standard for financial podcasts. Informative, funny, timely, and entertaining. Always an honor to be included. Thanks @awealthofcs and @michaelbatnick.theirrelevantinvestor.comAnimal Spirits: Invest in What You Know - The Irrelevant InvestorOn today's show, we discuss the recession debate, why the economy is so confusing right now, calling a stock market bottom (or not), the tech stock comeback, earnings season, and much more.7361


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 4Sometimes it is important to remember that the second year of a new President isn't that strong historically. Then it is even more important to remember that the following year can be quite strong.21362

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Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 3Midterm years seen more than a 17% avg peak-to-trough correction at some point during the year and tend to bottom later in the year. The good news is a year off those lows, stocks have been higher every time (since 1950).1064171

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Carson Group@CarsonGroupLLC Aug 3This week, Carson s @RetirementRisks talks with @RyanDetrick, Chief Market Strategist at Carson Group. Here, @RyanDetrick discusses what led him to leave one of the largest broker-dealers in the country to come to Carson: https://bit.ly/3oVJym91:011.1K views1315


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 3Midterm years seen more than a 17% avg peak-to-trough correction at some point during the year and tend to bottom later in the year. The good news is a year off those lows, stocks have been higher every time (since 1950).1064171


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 3First time since August '21 that the ISM manufacturing and services prices paid indexes were both sub 80. Very likely suggesting a peak in inflation is here.33396


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 3ISM services showed a nice jump in new orders, opposite of what we've been seeing in manufacturing. Given services is a much larger part of the economy, a nice sign.21034


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 3Love seeing my friend @jbuchbinder_LPL was recently promoted to Chief Equity Strategist. Long time coming and no one is more deserving. Congratulations, Jeff!!Quote TweetWSECU Investment Management@WSECUInvest Aug 2Between the Fed Reserve Policy meeting, the second straight quarter of negative gross domestic product (GDP) growth that exacerbated recession fears, and important but sometimes under-the-radar inflation data - it was quite a week. Read the recap here: https://hubs.la/Q01j3_yw0416


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 3Thanks @MaxZahn_ and @abc for quoting me on the current state of markets and the bounce. https://google.com/amp/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/Business/stock-market-rallied-july-experts/story%3fid=87761541 6


Ryan Detrick, CMT@RyanDetrick Aug 2NBER looks at 6 things to determine if we are in a recession or not (note GDP isn't one of them). nonfarm payrolls, household survey, real personal income (less transfers), real PCE, industrial production, and real manufacturing YTD 5 of 6 are positive = no recession yet.113498

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