Our 2019 Year End Bounceback stocks have been beaten down by the sellers this year, particularly in Q4 2019. They could be ready to rally in 2020.
Nearly perfect economic conditions, low inflation and low unemployment should lead to a rosy US economic forecast for 2020 and beyond.
As 2019 draws to what we hope will be a bullish close, it’s time to look at a preview of this year’s “Dogs of the Dow 2020.” A winning strategy? Maybe.
In case you missed it, we're re-running the New Year's Day 2020 portion of our year-end trading schedule once again. Plus, some end-of-year IRA info.
Santa Claus Rally 2019 continues to set more new stock market records. But Congress just passed legislation screwing taxpayers on the 401(k) and IRA fronts.
Tuesday trading proved light, and major averages closed mixed. Quite simply, 'twas the day before Christmas and Wall Street traders took a break.
Once again, during Christmas, the old year passes as the New Year approaches. Which brings us to our 2019-2020 year-end trading schedule.
Stock averages are still hitting record highs. As if to say, “That Trump impeachment nonsense? Who cares?” Orange man not so bad.
Once again, we watch stocks rally as major averages threaten new all-time highs. It’s something we seem to see nearly every day now as 2019 nears its end.
US stocks continued to benefit Monday from that big Brexit Boost. Continued good feelings on a now likely China accord are helping stocks along as well.
Trump has placed the interests of the country above all else. He is winning the trade war as US consumers, manufacturers and taxpayers are all coming out ahead with China, Canada, Mexico and more
The US-China deal is allegedly done and Boris Johnson’s UK Tories have trounced the Labour Party. But US traders seem reluctant to make commitments.
Thursday's headlines trumpeted President Trump’s umpteenth claim that a China deal was nearly in the bag. Mr Market promptly jumped for joy.
Continuing confusion over the Fed, the upcoming UK election, and the always-tantalizing China trade issue continues to roil US stocks.
WASHINGTON: The Bureau of Labor Statistics just reported that 266,000 new jobs were added to the economy in November. This figure easily surpassed the 2019 monthly average of about 170,000. In addition, employment figures for both September and October were revised upward. (Jobs growth soars in November as payrolls surge by 266,000 – CNBC Economy) ...
President Trump's remarks on China trade issue “Scrooged!” US markets. The results? The Dow plunged by over 400 points almost in an instant.
New Jersey Business Climate ranks low compared to surrounding states. Poor Fiscal policy is the leading reason businesses avoid the state.
Our crystal ball must be on the fritz. Otherwise, we’d wouldn't be surprised at today’s Blue Monday doldrums for stock traders on Wall Street.
Today's Turkey Week rally gives me a warm feeling. But overconfidence isn't an option. Trading action during the Thanksgiving holidays can be a bit strange.
Traders watched stocks rally Friday on a China deal rumor. They also saw videos of an Elon Musk demo in which his new Tesla truck bombs spectacularly.