WASHINGTON – Labor Day (Labour Day in Canada) looms ahead. It’s scheduled to arrive, as usual, on the 1stMonday in September, which, in 2020 happens to fall (no pun intended) a bit late this year, on September 7, 2020. Labor Day / Labour Day is the annual holiday that for most Americans marks the official end ...
The NASDAQ and tech stocks are tanking big time Thursday. The Nazz is currently off a whopping 584 points for a sickening 4% loss.
US factory orders exceeded expectations in July, so we're watching stocks jump. In other key news, we learned that Nancy Pelosi broke the law.
Investors enjoyed a mostly robust August. But Monday's rejuggled Dow Jones Industrial average is confusing some investors.
So has the Great Trump Rally II resumed? Did Fed Chair Jay Powell just help Wall Street bulls with his Thursday policy announcement?
Highly expensive Apple shares and Tesla shares are splitting on August 31, 2020. That makes it a bit easier to buy those shares.
Stymied by last week's Democrat snooze fest, stocks may bounce along with the ups and downs of this week’s “virtual” GOP commercial.
Democrats and the media trumpet the growing number of coronavirus "cases" to prove Trump is to blame. But per capita deaths are declining.
The latest of several coup attempts against Donald Trump involves our current, neverending and entirely unnecessary coronavirus lockdowns.
Wednesday's negative Fed minutes, followed by remarks by Fed Chair Jerome Powell, quickly extinguished a modest morning rally on Wall Street.
Goodyear just caved to the Marxist mob’s extortion tactics. Its “diversity training” okays BLM but excludes any opposing points of view.
In the run up to election 2020, the past few trading days seem to embody the Dog Days of August, at least in Wall Street stock market action.
Democrats are calling for a wealth tax. Is this a good idea? Biden promises to increase all taxes on all Americans. Which hurts the economy.
While the U.S. has suffered greatly from shutting down the economy, the economy is roaring back. Trump policies, like Hire American, helping
New unemployment applications are down significantly. Again. But Congress continues to wrangle over a reasonable add-on stimulus plan.
Its easy to observe that as product shortages continue to rotate in the US due to Covid-19, so, too, do potential investment opportunities.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ is up 0.52% Friday, mainly on the wings of Apple (trading symbol: (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN). Coronavirus bonus?
The current US recession is very deep. But it will likely be short-lived. The first round of Fededral stimulus aid did halt the spring economic decline.
Mr Market pauses as Big Tech CEOs face a (virtual) grilling on Capitol Hill. On deck: Amazon, Alphabet / Google, Apple. And grandstanding Congresspersons.
It’s another week and another likely wild ride on Wall Street for US stocks, as tech CEOs face Congress on censorship.