U.S. stocks tanked Wednesday, look wobbly Thursday. Meanwhile, a giant wedged-in container ship blocks the Suez canal, halting oil transport.
Washington confirmed that last spring's accommodative Fed SLR exemption would expire on schedule on March 31. Investors threw a fit.
WASHINGTON – Thursday’s seemingly moderate market gloomfest promptly bumped Wednesday afternoon’s positive, post-FOMC party back to square one. One reason: Wednesday’s benign interest rate environment did an about face Thursday, kicking the 10-year Treasury quote up to current record levels. In addition, that always volatile March quarter quadruple witching phenomenon, happening tomorrow, also looms, threatening ...
Wednesday afternoon, the Fed indicated that interest rate hikes were off the table. Plus, the IRS has the 2021 tax filing deadline to May 17.
Mr Market is back up to his old, indecisive tricks. Having failed to learn from past experience, he's once again “Waiting for Godot.”
Like a SpaceX rocket launched by Tesla guru Elon Musk, a badly battered, tech-heavy NASDAQ blasted off today like a Tuesday market moon shot.
Tech stocks remain in bad shape Friday as Redditors goose Rocket Companies and short sellers sell them some more in yo-yo trading action.
Tales from the Fed, the dreaded (by some) Porkulus Bill, and the mysterious Silver Bandits dominated Wednesday stock market action.
For those overweight in tech heavy NASDAQ shares, Tuesday began, like Monday, as yet another adventure in investing Hell.
Techs led Monday’s cascade of stock market selling, dealing the tech-heavy NASDAQ one of its worst days in recent memory.
As a toppy stock market nears Friday's closing bell, the massive Texas grid failure, kicked off by a record cold snap, is apparently easing.
Due to a record Polar Vortex cold snap in much of the Deep South, West Texas Intermediate crude topped $60.12 per barrel Monday morning.
Let's discuss some “fun” I’ve had playing with GameStop shares (NYSE: GME) and, more recently, the biggest cannabis ETF, MJ (NYSE: MJ).
Last week, we watched the Redditors’ GameStop mania deflate spectacularly. Those eager Redditors didn’t “hold the line.” Silver surge next?
How did those crafty Redditors engineer last week's huge GameStop surge on Wall Street? What's next in their revenge against the Big Shorts?
Investors, know thyself! Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness explores the psychology of wealth - getting and keeping it.
Explaining exactly who short sellers are, what they do, why they do it, and how they make money when stocks like GameStop go down.
Reddit’s “DeepF&%kingValue” and “WallStreetBets,” two groups on the social media platform, are eternal optimists.
Any government investigation into the Redditors should result in indictments and prosecutions of those who started the investigation.
The Redditors of the Reddit social media platform have managed to take on Wall Street and inflate the value of Game Stop gaming retailers.