Obama apologists prefer to own the ongoing Trump Bull Market, while downplaying Trump's heroic work in getting it underway.
The MSM predictably obsessed over Tuesday's Paul Manafort trial results and the greatly over-hyped Michael Cohen conviction. The current, awesome Trump bull market — not so much.
In McNaughton's painting a determined President Trump is holding the real and symbolic lantern that will, hopefully, shine light upon the darkness of Washington’s entrenched globalist Deep State.
Happily for the counterculture deplorables among us, the franchise's slightly right-of-center satirical motif survives. But in Incredibles 2, it does so in a most unexpected way.
Ejected by Netflix, Michelle Wolf joins the disgraced Kathy Griffin in the Deranged Fake Comedians Hall of Fame. In a just world, both of these nasty harpies would have a lot more company.
Today, without advance notice, China trade talks have erupted once again. So, is President Trump winning his trade war with China?
It’s that element of the Turkish crisis – the fast-declining Turkish lira – that’s got traders and investors spooked. And it’s not just occurring in U.S. and Turkish markets. The ongoing Turkish crisis is rattling markets all over the world.
Because the Turkish economy is so substantial, any worsening in that country’s currency crisis is capable of roiling the world’s banking institutions rather badly.
the overall market for stocks stalled on low volume. On Friday, it proceeded to tank. This was a typical reaction by the market to Turkey’s currency issues (among others), plus the resulting negative headlines.
WASHINGTON. Back in the mid-19th century, the once-powerful Ottoman Empire tottered on the edge of economic ruin. John Russell, a two-time UK Prime Minister, termed that country a “sick man.” And that epithet stuck. With a little embellishment. Other political wits Christened the Empire “the sick man of Europe.” Today, under Turkey’s modern dictator, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, ...
Substantial numbers of Trump supporters, conservatives and variously-flavored Republicans are bailing on both Facebook (symbol: FB) and Twitter (TWTR).
It’s not unfair to compare the actions of both Facebook and Twitter to the IRS’ illegal strangling of would-be conservative PACs.
Today’s topics include new pronouns you MUST learn, like ze; STEM diversity; the end of plastic straws; and the continuing extravagant overuse of the F-word in all parts of speech.
In the current environment, stocks are either off to the races or getting splattered on the concrete below. The cognoscenti often revile Mad Money’s Jim Cramer for his flamboyance. Yet when it comes to focusing on the current stock market hysteria, he nailed it in a recent CNBC piece.
By abusing a 2009 emissions waiver granted by the Obama-era EPA, California’s Green Meanies are effectively imposing costly automobile emissions standards that will inflict economic damage on the rest of the country.
Tesla has been in deep trouble for a long, long time. Unsurprisingly, Tesla shares have been collapsing all summer as the trouble became more obvious, even to Tesla fanboys on the street.
Even our favorite ETFs (discussed in the concluding article of yesterday’s ETF trilogy) were looking anemic as we limped toward Friday’s close. Maybe they've become another casualty of Wall Street's chronically overbought markets.
Today, we offer our current list of carefully chosen ETFs and CEFs that have been productive for us thus far in 2018. By making these changes to our portfolios, we hope to achieve a state of ETF Nirvana.
ETFs in and of themselves provide the smaller investors with far more diversification than they can generally get on their own. A viable ETF Perestroika plan can help get you to ETF Nirvana more quickly.
Our ultimate aim is to gradually restructure our investment portfolios. The concept we decided to employ, at least experimentally, is what we’ll call ETF Perestroika. It all unfolds in today's investment climate, an environment we might best define as ETF World.