On this post-Election 2020 Flat Friday, traders watched market averages fizzle before techs regained a bit of momentum near the closing bell.
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The stock market rally continues Wednesday, despite the bizarre Election 2020 stalemate that will likely drag on indefinitely. What gives?
US stocks party hearty Tuesday. Is it the economy? Do markets expect a Biden win? Or are the bulls seeing a Trump victory dead ahead?
US stocks are enjoying at least a short-term Sunshine Monday respite from last week’s violent selling squall. But after November 3?
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Everyone writing on finance says that scary Second Wave coronavirus outbreak has Mr Market spooked. Hence our Wednesday market crash.
This week offers a high potential for headline terrorism. Right now, we're watching a nasty stock market cliff dive that could get worse.
US investors face a scary Halloween hell ride as they try to survive the not-so-wonderful world of stocks and bonds. Stay tuned.
Trump interview with Leslie Stahl for 60 minutes doesn't go well. Trump just posted the unedited interview prior to airing. We have it here.
Politics continues to dominate the financial news cycle. As in Nancy Pelosi’s cynical Covid bill ultimatum to the GOP Senate and President Trump.
It’s a weird Whipsaw Thursday on Wall Street. Investors worry about phase 2 economic stimulus impasse engineered by Nancy Pelosi.
If Mnuchin and the GOP don't give Nancy 99% of what she demands, no agreements will happen prior to November 4. That defines a Pelosi deal.
Monday market stats might be a bit skewed on this partial Federal holiday. Otherwise, it’s a Happy Columbus Day for the bulls.
We are here to discuss the Columbus Day trading schedule for US markets. But let's riff on the history and politics of this day first.
No stimulus? A mini-stimulus? Since September, its been a non-stop Wall Street thrill ride all the way for US stocks.
President Trump is back in action, prodding Congress to come up with a stimulus bill prior to the start of his 4th term. Apple has news.
Trump’s latest buoyant tweet and successive news reports Monday afternoon, stock averages up as Monday Markets broke into outright rejoicing.
US markets have been taking an extended swan dive this month. And stocks remain indecisive in Friday action as we approach the noon hour.