Pharmas get a bounce as McCain screws the Republican's Graham-Cassidy pooch. Apple ends worst week of year, slowing, not stopping its descent. CNX gets a bid.
Investors continue to head for the exits in volatile Thursday trading action. It’s not a selling panic – yet – as retail, financials end modestly higher.
Allergan convertible preferred shares take a serious beating Tuesday as markets freak over rent-seeking, state-led opioid litigation. But the sun shines on iOS.
With many stocks clearly overpriced, investors seem reluctant to keep over-extended U.S. bull market going.
After Monday’s post-Irma sigh of relief in bank and insurance stocks, Tuesday trading action fixates on incoming Apple product announcements.
Light trading saw Dow slightly up Monday, as solar eclipse gawking cut into volume. Bulls attempt a comeback Tuesday, but $NYMO still mired below zero.
Our portfolios tread water as summer stock market action becomes more negative and more tedious. It’s “Waiting for Godot” time again.
After robustly bullish Monday trading, stocks and commodities catch the vapors in Tuesday trading action as crude inventories build. WTI off 3 percent.
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.
Apple to introduce new HomePod speaker / home systems control device for sale in December. Is this an Amazon-Google category killer, or an also-ran?
New OS, new iMacs, new iPad Pro models, augmented reality (AR), Amazon team-up, more. We have the laundry list right here.
Macon win doesn’t result in a big Monday rally on Wall Street. At least not yet. Apple surges, most other stock sectors wander in uncertainty.
Stocks look increasingly ugly as Le Pen, crude oil, North Korea, Obamacare all make “Sell in May” a fine idea. Cliffs Industries does a cliff dive.
World political tensions, reliably asinine U.S. airline whack UAL, plus AAPL, ON and other tech stocks, as mediocre Wall Street trading action continues. UPDATED.
Stocks hammered in Tuesday trade as financials take a beating and invite other sectors to share in the misery.
We missed the breakout in gold, but are still chasing silver. Most other stock sectors take a break, with Trump Rally moving into neutral. For now.
Stocks remain inclined to take a breather in late week Wall Street action, as bears put on new shorts while Trump optimists sell to lock in substantial gains.
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Gold reverses, oil, financials recover (a bit). It's probably time to take a few profits in our individual portfolios. Safety first!