Here’s how trading action will proceed over the next few days due to Monday’s Federal holiday. Plus: Short trading diary today.
For Valentine’s Day, sure, you can always say it with flowers. But your best girl’s Inner Deplorable demons may appreciate an alternative gift even more.
Since the start of the Great Recession, index investing via ETFs has killed off stock pickers. But under Trump, the pendulum is swinging the other way.
Poised, polished and personable, young German baritone Samuel Hasselhorn’s up close and personal YCA recital introduces a rising vocal star.
Elsewhere, Sears manages to win while losing as stocks continue Thursday’s rally, which seems to have been ignited by Trump’s positive tax message.
Meanwhile, oil catches a bid after recent downdraft while gold jumps, then takes a hit. Financials try to regain footing. “Animal spirits” back on Wall Street?
Gold reverses, oil, financials recover (a bit). It's probably time to take a few profits in our individual portfolios. Safety first!
Carl Maria von Weber's delightful "Der Freischütz" -aka "The Magic Marksman" is an early German Romantic opera charmer that should attract a bigger audience.
Friday job stats make it likely Fed will hold interest rates steady. For now. Gold pops again, financials take a rest, oils weaken.
Buckle your investing seatbelts for another fun and unpredictable week of Trump Administration chaos. It should end well, but the ride in stocks will be bumpy.
Also in the financial news: Oh, Snap… Snapchat announces sure to be hot IPO incoming in markets starved for new tech offerings.
Nice moves in banks, financials offset dragging sectors. Meanwhile, Blackstone’s monster rental home IPO, Invitation Homes, Inc., hits the Big Board.
But broader-based S&P 500 lags, with airlines, utilities, pharmaceuticals weighing on other sectors.
On the ropes with investors throughout most of 2016, Apple scores a hit, with Q1 earnings significantly topping analysts’ estimate. Stock blasts off after-hours.
Stocks, stock averages clobbered Tuesday, making the current downdraft look like the beginning of a correction. Irrational exuberance gone mad?
It’s stock market yo-yo time again, as headline traders batter stocks down, ending at least for now the great Trump-Santa Claus Rally.
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In "Jackie," Natalie Portman portrays Jacqueline Kennedy, the glamorous, elusive, complex wife of a President whose myth has long exceeded the time he served in office.
Dow Jones Industrials finally broke the 20,000 barrier Wednesday, S&P 500 and NASDAQ averages hit new highs, but falter Thursday as Dow follows through.
Late , great TV star Mary Tyler Moore’s family tree was deeply rooted in northern Virginia and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Here’s the little known story.