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.
Market rumblings: Friday's disturbing trading action in Tesla. Plus the pernicious effect of Robinhood morons, and our always worsening new China Syndrome.
Both the coronavirus blues and the largely millennial Robinhood idiots who inflated the techs to absurd heights roiled stocks again today.
What do you tell an ambitious high school student who just wants to go out there and trade stock options to impress a college admissions officer?
Normally April 15 is the day that federal income taxes are due. Because of the current Coronavirus pandemic, tax filing day was pushed to July 15.
Yesterday’s bungee jumping US stocks soared toward new intraday records before completely reversing to close down rather badly.
The way we generally structure our workdays and weeks has suddenly disappeared. It's vitally important to reclaim your life from the coronavirus crisis.
The Democrats’ presidential nominee-apparent, Demented Joe Biden, said America’s investors “don’t need me.” He wants to end the "era of shareholder capitalism." Is this his Walter Mondale Moment?
“The Lord giveth, the Lord taketh away.” That's the way it's been on Wall Street this week, as Thursday's selling negated Wednesday's rally in stocks.
Skinflinty Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway conglomerate has long been massively flush with cash, finally made a very big buy.
Remember: We do have ways each of us can continue to survive each day and get through the ongoing Covid 19 crisis until we hear the all-clear signal.
After a rollicking, tech-led Recovery Monday rally, Mr Market succumbed to a largely predictable Coronavirus Tuesday. Up on Monday, down the same today.
June marked the US economy's second huge unemployment drop in a row. But then, the media counterattacked, trumpeting “soaring” red state coronavirus cases.
June's job increase figure was 4.8 million. The 11.1% unemployment number exceeded expectations, confirming that the US is in a V-shaped economic recovery.