Today we post our 2020 year-end trading schedule for US and Canadian markets. Watch out for Christmas and New Year's settlement dates.
Tesla S&P 500 chaos continues to attract and repel investors. But Monday, stocks are also confronting a new UK coronavirus scare.
FINRA whacked Robinhood, a favored investment trading platform of millennials, for exposing their newbie traders to unnecessary risks.
NYC idiot Mayor Bill de Blasio prepares his serfs and vassals for “possibility” of a full NYC business shutdown. Stock rally kneecapped.
Mr Market wants to add a Santa Claus Rally leg to November's Thanksgiving Rally. Now he’s dithering, awaiting a Pelosi-Land stimulus package.
Tesla shares (NASDAQ: TSLA) have been going crazy over the past few weeks. Does anyone know the name of Elon Musk's accountant?
Nothing much to say, as dull Monday market action on US exchanges danced to a familiar “Waiting for Godot” tune due to Covid, budget issues.
We confront yet another apparently bullish but inconclusive day on Wall Street as we approach the final anemic hour of Friday trading action.
DOJ sued Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) alleging the company discriminates against prospective American employees by favoring cheaper foreign labor.
Our financial column is back. And just in time to jump into what looks like a turnaround Wednesday on Wall Street. Stimulus bill in the works?
Continuing a major, ongoing recovery under President Donald Trump, US markets hit the magic Dow 30,000 milestone Tuesday, an all-time high.
This year's annual White House turkey pardon is our signal to review the Thanksgiving Day 2020 stock market trading schedule.
Given our current media-driven politics and the absurdly overhyped Phase 3 coronavirus wave, Mr Market remains remarkably upbeat.
Wednesday, November 11 marks our Federal Veterans Day 2020 holiday. The trading schedule is mostly the same, except for settlement dates.
The V-shaped recovery that started in May continues. Better yet, the October jobs report includes additional encouraging information.
Uncertainty about last week’s presidential election caused a flurry of Election 2020 lawsuits, making trading action in US stocks uncertain.
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On this post-Election 2020 Flat Friday, traders watched market averages fizzle before techs regained a bit of momentum near the closing bell.
The stock market rally continues Wednesday, despite the bizarre Election 2020 stalemate that will likely drag on indefinitely. What gives?
US stocks party hearty Tuesday. Is it the economy? Do markets expect a Biden win? Or are the bulls seeing a Trump victory dead ahead?