If Mnuchin and the GOP don't give Nancy 99% of what she demands, no agreements will happen prior to November 4. That defines a Pelosi deal.
Monday market stats might be a bit skewed on this partial Federal holiday. Otherwise, it’s a Happy Columbus Day for the bulls.
We are here to discuss the Columbus Day trading schedule for US markets. But let's riff on the history and politics of this day first.
No stimulus? A mini-stimulus? Since September, its been a non-stop Wall Street thrill ride all the way for US stocks.
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President Trump is back in action, prodding Congress to come up with a stimulus bill prior to the start of his 4th term. Apple has news.
Trump’s latest buoyant tweet and successive news reports Monday afternoon, stock averages up as Monday Markets broke into outright rejoicing.
US markets have been taking an extended swan dive this month. And stocks remain indecisive in Friday action as we approach the noon hour.
Preferred stocks may be the best way right now to stabilize sinking stock portfolios during the September's stock market storm.
Stocks finally began ignoring the headlines Tuesday, halting the September decline and camping in the green zone for a change.
Monday's ongoing stock market horror movie is evolving into a real shock and awe splatter fest as we approach the noon hour.
There is evidence that coronavirus economics may finally bring a day of reckoning for the Marxist rot taught in a majority of US colleges and universities today.
It’s quadruple witching Friday on Wall Street, and Mr Market’s going nuts as usual. And so are all those wealthy Big Bad Bears.
Stocks are tanking again Thursday, proving the Bad News Bears have returned to Wall Street. So we remain in a tight trading pattern.
The Fed’s continuing easy money policies under Jay Powell should continue to prod at least some inflationary activity later in the year.
There was some, but not much, excitement among investors Tuesday, as Apple prepared to announce its new products, like a new Apple Watch.
Spin the wheel of fortune, win a prize! Except you somehow never win a prize. Bad luck? The game is rigged. Ditto NFL football and Mr Market.
We’re back on the Wall Street roller coaster Tuesday morning. Once again, big tech shares lead the day's sickening decline.
"Better than expected,” our latest unemployment rate announced by the Feds earlier this morning “unexpectedly” tumbled to 8.4%.
It's notable that none of Joe Biden's faulty economic policies Americans. This is just more socialist economic redistribution.