If Wednesday's currently fizzled High Noon rally is all the bulls can do, we might be in for yet another big drop in US market averages.
Tuesday markets continued Monday’s sickening COVID-19 menace-inspired waterfall decline. Big time. That Nevada caucus win by Bernie was no help either.
With South Korea, Italy and Iran experiencing a ballooning number of COVID-19 cases, stock market pressure built for a massive dash to the exits Monday.
Gloom and Doom continues to pound Wall Street Friday, as the coronavirus infects stocks and more investors – and machines – steadily exit stocks and bonds.
Word Thursday that the coronavirus epidemic has just taken another turn for the worse pancaked both European and US stock markets. Again.
Notably, Trump's economic policies included strong measures to reverse former President Obama’s economic policy, thus stimulating the US economy.
The Trump administration should stop the Department of Labor lawsuits that run contrary to the U.S. economic growth of the last three years.
Economies follow the policies of the President. Obama, with expanded regulations like the ACA, stifled growth. Trump reducing regs, unleashes GDP growth.
From the coronavirus mess to chaotic energy stocks to the Trump Impeachment Circus, global uncertainty generates YUGE headline risk for US stocks.
Without a doubt, Fed policy, not Trump's policies, led to slower growth in 2019. But 2020 looks much better, since both policies now appear to be in synch.
It’s bad enough that the notorious Wuhan coronavirus has caused an increasing number of deaths. It's whacking investor's stock portfolios twice as hard.
Crazed Houthis attack a Saudi Aramco facility. China's fast spreading virus ballooned there and elsewhere. And a confused Fed can't make inflation happen.
Was Tuesday's massive but decidedly weird bull move the next leg of a major market rally? Or was it merely a dead cat bounce?
With shares already clobbered by increasing Wuhan coronavirus fears, traders watched stocks get hit hard again at Monday’s 9:30 a.m. ET opening bell.
Impeachment. Trade deals. Coronavirus. Brexit. Wall Street setbacks. Oh, my! It’s all been an auspicious start for 2020, the Chinese Year of the Rat.
A second US coronavirus case showed up in Chicago. Then a third, in… Oh, wait! That was only Connecticut’s Dick Blumenthal pitching fake coronavirus news.
Due to the spreading of the “Wuhan coronavirus” worldwide, the incoming Chinese Year of the Rat is beginning badly for both humans and stocks.
Ongoing headline chaos — current impeachment lunacy, for example — is likely to disrupt most stock investing strategies until… well, until it doesn’t.
My current investment thesis: It's time to sell energy and big bank stocks. That way we can avoid going out with the selling tide in these sectors.
In this New Year, it might be a good time for us to reassess our individual career paths. Or perhaps think about a completely new career plan.