A flurry of contradictory news and economic reports leads to market uncertainty, leading to predictable and scary bouts of selling on Wall Street.
Our portfolios tread water as summer stock market action becomes more negative and more tedious. It’s “Waiting for Godot” time again.
Arts and Crafts supply chain Hobby Lobby was fined $3 million for possession of more than 5,000 ancient Iraqi artifacts smuggled into the U.S via the UAE.
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WASHINGTON, July 3, 2017 – While the media had a weekend-long hissy fit over President Trump’s CNN-trashing WWE Smackdown parody .gif video, Wall Street ignored all the noise and hit the irrational exuberance button again, but on low volume. The Dow closed up 129.64 points to stand at 21,479, after hitting another all-time high of ...
The result of Obama's economic policies was that income inequality demonstrably worsened.
Dow Jones Industrials down triple digits due to continuing Tech Wreck. But financials, healthcare, materials all manage to rally.
Next week, it’s the 4th of July for Americans. But on July 1, it’s Canada Day for our neighbors to the North, eh? Here’s your holiday stock market schedule.
Sharing transit data could allow riders — even those who don’t often use public transportation — to research transit options using Snapchat, Facebook or other social media platforms they already use frequently.
SAN DIEGO, June 26, 2017 — Millions of American teens plan to spend the summer enjoying the adventure of their favorite superheroes at the movie theater, in video games, or in graphic novels. A select few will spend part of their summer becoming superheroes themselves in real life: cyber superheroes ready to defend against hackers ...
Oil makes a feeble attempt to recover, but Thursday stocks market still lacks conviction as Washington continues to fiddle while the economy stalls.
Active investors are sometimes best off by laying low in the weeds and waiting for better investment opportunities.
After complaints from drivers threaten to shut down Uber, the company begins it's "180 day of Change" program allowing drivers to collect tips and more.
We wish we’d sold a bit more of our portfolio in May. But better late than never, as likelihood of a flat to truly gloomy summer stock market becomes more evident.
After robustly bullish Monday trading, stocks and commodities catch the vapors in Tuesday trading action as crude inventories build. WTI off 3 percent.
Once the minimum wage goes to $15, what would unskilled workers be paid? $18? $20? How many businesses will close because of it?
Apple gets a bid, Tesla stock gets hyped (again), Fed policy remains in Fantasy Land, while stocks forget last week’s tech negativity, until the next time.
Amazon's planned acquisition of Whole Foods puts Walmart, grocery stocks into a tailspin. Kroger plunges 10 percent, Walmart off 5 percent.
We’re back from a week-long holiday and it appears we didn’t miss much in a market that can’t make up its mind as Washington impasses continue.
SNAP shares dive on lousy earnings. Tech swoon, Fed interest rate hike don’t help, and Alexandria political shootings don’t help stock market’s tone.