Bulls or bears? Who won on Wall Street Thursday? Pre-holiday market action didn't provide many clues for Friday's festivities.
Stocks are tanking again Thursday, proving the Bad News Bears have returned to Wall Street. So we remain in a tight trading pattern.
Yesterday’s bungee jumping US stocks soared toward new intraday records before completely reversing to close down rather badly.
Crazed Houthis attack a Saudi Aramco facility. China's fast spreading virus ballooned there and elsewhere. And a confused Fed can't make inflation happen.
Having enjoyed an exhilarating rally Thursday, shocked Wall Street bulls ran into a Bloody Friday massacre of considerable force.
Dems aside, Mr. Market decided to mount his own #Resistance against the bulls at or around the 2800 point mark on the broad-based S&P 500 average
Coincidentally or not, the recent hot and juicy Jeff Bezos vs National Enquirer sex scandal story is hammering the shares of Amazon Friday.
Q4 2018 was an investor bloodbath pitting worn-out bulls vs rampaging bears. By the end of December, the bears had clearly won. Big time.
The bulls don’t quite realize that the bears are running the show right now. And their new trading mantra is “sell the rally.”
The return of the Festival of Investor Pain is always just around the corner in this persistently bi-polar stock market. Like Yogi says, "It ain't over 'til it's over."
President Trump’s definitive cancellation of his June Singapore summit with Little Rocket Man brought out the bears in force in Thursday morning trading action.
Our ongoing February stock market rout concluded fittingly with yet another feast for the bears on Wednesday. U.S. stocks were pounded once again on this, the final day of February 2018.
Are we witnessing a surprise stock market crash in progress? Immediately after Monday’s 9:30 a.m. opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, the stock market resumed Friday’s catastrophic 2+ percent Dow decline.
Wall Street seems to think stocks have only one direction to go: up. So why does the largely concealed selling persist?