Mr Market cowered behind the woodshed Tuesday morning, as the street's big bad bears administered a seemingly nonstop beating.
Mr Market is back up to his old, indecisive tricks. Having failed to learn from past experience, he's once again “Waiting for Godot.”
Everyone writing on finance says that scary Second Wave coronavirus outbreak has Mr Market spooked. Hence our Wednesday market crash.
Spin the wheel of fortune, win a prize! Except you somehow never win a prize. Bad luck? The game is rigged. Ditto NFL football and Mr Market.
In the run up to election 2020, the past few trading days seem to embody the Dog Days of August, at least in Wall Street stock market action.
Mr Market pauses as Big Tech CEOs face a (virtual) grilling on Capitol Hill. On deck: Amazon, Alphabet / Google, Apple. And grandstanding Congresspersons.
“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.
Ignoring the Antifa Revolution, the Great Trump Rally II erupted anew last week. Stocks blasted off again Monday, but they're correcting a bit on Tuesday.
Stocks continue higher despite turbulent weekend of clearly well-organized and funded urban violence by the usual suspects: ANTIFA thugs and #BLM creeps.
Today's article highlights potentially investible Plague Year stocks in Communications and, believe it or not, Energy. Let's take a look.
And all three major averages closed up between 1.5% and nearly 2% on Friday. Is Mr Market trying to tell us it's morning in America already?
What the heck is going on with our confused Mr Market these days? He wants to rise. But the media "analysts" keeps telling him to go find a new low.
Stocks rallied hard once again Thursday. But oil price uncertainties began to reverse Wall Street's seemingly irrational exuberance late in the day.
Forget Wednesday’s massive Joe Biden Rally. Mr Market took it back today. The reason behind Thursday's crash? Nobody really knows. Coronavirus, maybe?
Word Thursday that the coronavirus epidemic has just taken another turn for the worse pancaked both European and US stock markets. Again.
Staying fully invested seems like a major risk, given the current international scene. That's why current stock market confusion remains a constant.
Once again, we watch stocks rally as major averages threaten new all-time highs. It’s something we seem to see nearly every day now as 2019 nears its end.
Tuesday's Dow closed down a few points and looks like it wants to close lower tomorrow. Impeachment and China are the likely culprits.
Discount brokerage house Charles Schwab Corp. announced it would eliminate most sales commissions for online stock trades on October 7. ISM Index drops.
From the wildly gyrating price of oil to China trade and the upcoming Wednesday Fed watch, Mr Market is confused about it all as headline risk abounds.