And all three major averages closed up between 1.5% and nearly 2% on Friday. Is Mr Market trying to tell us it's morning in America already?
Many potential Wall Street rallies get nipped in the bud. It's primarily due to the relentless, usually fake barrage of endlessly hyped negative news.
US stocks stumbled badly in a dubious celebration of May Day 2020. Is more market pain on tap for the first full week in the Merry Month of May?
At the moment, due to of the coronavirus crisis and resulting shutdown of America, job prospects for new 2020 college grads are essentially non-existent.
Gilead's experimental drug remdesivir shows promising results in Chicago trial. The stocks market soars as irrational exuberance returns to Wall Street.
Earlier this April, Apple unveiled its long-expected successor to the company's inexpensive, original iPhone SE: The all-new inexpensive iPhone SE.
Leaks, fake news and propaganda by WHO and Communist China planted Friday’s stock market action firmly in the wobbly zone before the truth prevailed.
Investors rejoiced Wednesday when oil prices went positive once again. The result: a bullish Wednesday buying panic. This market is insane.
It’s been a heckuva Monday on Wall Street, particularly if you’re still holding an April contract for West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil.
Remember this word: contango. Investors need to get acquainted the meaning of this term this spring. Contango involves the pricing of crude oil.
On the heels of another hideous, Covid-19-driven hike in America's rising unemployment rate, stocks staged an irrationally exuberant Friday rally.
What the heck is going on with our confused Mr Market these days? He wants to rise. But the media "analysts" keeps telling him to go find a new low.
Stocks rallied hard once again Thursday. But oil price uncertainties began to reverse Wall Street's seemingly irrational exuberance late in the day.
Wall Street will again observe its traditional, annual Good Friday trading break this Friday. And bonds will close early on Holy Thursday.
Free coronavirus deals are coming soon to a TV near you. Free stuff, for real! It's the deal of the century. At least while you're under house arrest.
Here are more novel investing ideas that (hopefully) may help some of us make the money back that we lost to the Year of the Novel Coronavirus.
Here are some truly unusual investing ideas appropriate to consider during the already legendary Investment Plague Year of 2020.
Catching falling knives hurled by April's fools offers less mortality risk than either the Wuhan coronavirus or investing in stocks and bonds.
Around mid-week, news items and radio and TV tips appeared announcing special coronavirus related shopping hours for senior citizens around the country.
It's time for the old E*Trade Baby to return. Who else could offer better commentary on Monday's beyond miserable stock market action?