Last night's stock futures indicated we’d likely get another whipsaw move today after Wednesday’s horrendous interest rate inversion diversion. Or not.
CATF 2019 Recap. This year's dramas primarily focused on the lives, adventures and misadventures of average Americans living mostly between the coasts.
Wall Street blasted off in a head-spinning reversal Tuesday, scattering this month’s Bad News Bears. We watched most US stocks soar as a result.
What's scary for the market? The likelihood of a Hard Brexit. And worse – news that China is massing its armed forces near the border of Hong Kong.
We’ve endured over a week of a wildly bungee jumping stock market. Stocks are the shared hostages of an aggressive Chinese government and machine traders.
As of today's closing bell, we can confirm it was Comeback Tuesday on Wall Street. Today's bullish bounce back rally was a welcome relief.
Investors are dumping stocks, any stocks, with abandon, increasingly worried about the worsening US-China trade war. Few have escaped Monday's carnage.
Aided and abetted by a 2019 China Syndrome, the worsening US-China trade war, Mr Market plunged his fangs into stocks Monday as markets crashed.
Here's a short primer on what you need to do to contract for and set up an exhibit booth at local or national trade shows and conventions.
Wednesday's Fed foul-up and the latest act in the ongoing China Syndrome flipped Thursday’s market rally 180°. Stocks are crashing again Friday.
The Fed’s Open Market Committee (FOMC) just announced a 0.25 percent interest rate cut. Hard to believe, but it's the first Fed rate cut in 11 years.
Stocks and broader market averages are doing it again today. Looks like Mr Market is messing with traders’ minds. Just like Fed interest rate policies.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) finally gave the go ahead for the stalled T-Mobile-Sprint merger. The $26 billion merger could be a really big deal.
Both Coke and United Technologies have been laggards. Their positive earnings kicked their share prices up 5.7 percent (Coke
With a nothingburger market open Monday, including a flat Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) and a feisty NASDAQ, many theorists claim support for their theories.
The skill of Greg Kalleres in wittily redefining what's "normal" transforms 'Wrecked' into a drama that's quite exceptional on many levels.
Investors parsed contradictory Fed interest rate opinions Friday as President Trump blasted the Fed’s interest rate confusion and inept policies once again.
Support Group for Men by Ellen Fairey is CATF 2019's most delightful surprise. Funny and fun it shows that Fairey truly understands what makes guys tick.
This season’s second Studio 112 production, Joseph Dougherty’s Chester Bailey provides a bleak outlook on the pageant of life
President Trump stated the obvious with regard to any real or imagined US-China trade deal. To wit: We have a "long way to go."