Wednesday, for the third time in four months, the Fed cut the federal funds rate. Fed chair Powell indicating that the interest rates are probably right
Elizabeth Warren releases the cost for her Medicare For All plan saying it will cost an average of $5.2 trillion per year for the next ten years.
The stock market wasn't down Thursday due to China trade worries. It was down because of Trump impeachment panic. Swing-trade time again.
The Fed cut US interest rates again by another quarter percent Wednesday, just as the financial punditocracy figured (and demanded) they should do.
Today, we await news on a partial US and China trade deal, the latest Fed interest rate news, and the latest crap from the grueling Trump impeachment farce.
WASHINGTON — Recently released data shows that the annual Federal government budget deficit for the fiscal year (FY) 2019 increased to nearly $1 trillion. That’s more than 25% higher than the $779 billion deficit incurred during FY 2018. President Trump said during his 2016 presidential campaign that he would reduce the annual deficit. How will ...
US trade rep indicates a partial US-China trade deal may be near. Meanwhile, Amazon earnings disappoint as shares tank. Big time.
Cleveland-Cliffs reported great earnings Wednesday. Its shares soared, percentage-wise. And then crashed, resulting in a surprisingly bad stock trip.
Already damaged last Friday, Boeing shares got hit again Monday with more bad news regarding the company's still-grounded fleet of 737 MAX jets.
The proposed Elizabeth Warren tax on wealth is unfair, counter-productive, growth-killing and downright un-American. And likely a disaster in the making.
In an online forum, I get questions from students on planning their upcoming college majors and degree programs. And also questions about job prospects.
As recently reported by Lifehacker, the latest telephone scam scam uses your bank's real phone number to encourage you to surrender your PIN.
Under "progressive" thumbs, we return to a regressive pre-colonial loss of independence, high taxes, dictatorial rulers and far less individual freedom.
Since it's one of our weirder holidays, at least for investors, we thought we’d explain how trades and settlement dates will go down on Columbus Day 2019.
The “Genius,” then spent another half an hour diagnosing the problem. Its a glitch in the update. Suggesting a new Apple iPhone 6?
Just as QE4 fever moved stocks into the green, the Trump administration whacked the upcoming US-China trade talks with new, negative trade war signals.
Interest rates are falling and unemployment is at a historic low. Yet there's still no recession in sight. The Trump Economy is strong, for now
Buckle up! This week's trading in US stocks will get volatile. The Democrats’ Impeachment-gate kabuki intensifies, as negotiations on China trade resume.
What recession? Stocks are up sharply Friday as US unemployment numbers for September actually plummeted to a 50-year low of 3.5 percent.
Weak data in the US services sector could mean that the Fed might cut interest rates again in October. Maybe bad news is good news after all!