All three major averages closed at or near 2021 highs during this week's late, pre-Easter rally. Even the troubled NASDAQ popped.
Like a SpaceX rocket launched by Tesla guru Elon Musk, a badly battered, tech-heavy NASDAQ blasted off today like a Tuesday market moon shot.
Techs led Monday’s cascade of stock market selling, dealing the tech-heavy NASDAQ one of its worst days in recent memory.
Stocks are tanking again Thursday, proving the Bad News Bears have returned to Wall Street. So we remain in a tight trading pattern.
The NASDAQ and tech stocks are tanking big time Thursday. The Nazz is currently off a whopping 584 points for a sickening 4% loss.
Discount brokerage house Charles Schwab Corp. announced it would eliminate most sales commissions for online stock trades on October 7. ISM Index drops.
With a nothingburger market open Monday, including a flat Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) and a feisty NASDAQ, many theorists claim support for their theories.
Absent real news to drive the markets, the only game in town is the rumor mill. And this week's favorites are the latest incoming US-China trade rumors.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell awoke from his haze, halting 2018’s robo-rate hiking habit. At least for 2019. More or less. Score one for Trump vs Fed.
Trump-China Syndrome, increasingly blatant and frantic Deep State efforts to remove President Trump from office, and the Fed’s pathological fear of inflation were just too much for this market. Bear market warning flags now fly all over commonly followed stock charts, indexes and averages.
As we conclude this piece, the NASDAQ is once again attempting to rise from the dead. But we'll believe in tech again when it can continue to rise for several trading days in a row. So far we're still waiting.
Markets ignored the past week's stream of generally much-improved earnings reports. They’ve chosen instead to fixate on the inevitable breaching of the dreaded 3 percent yield on the U.S. ten year bond, something that’s just occurred.
Traders and investors alike were shell-shocked at Friday’s closing bell on Wall Street. The Dow plunged nearly 3 percent on the day, and the S&P 500 and NASDAQ got pounded almost as badly.
Clearly, nearly any stock small investors buy in this kind of environment could turn against them within minutes after purchase confirmation.
Almost immediately after Friday's opening bell,, the bellwether Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) hit a huge air pocket, dropping over 300 points in a matter of minutes.
The rampaging bears are heading back to their caves to hibernate this morning, as the Dow rockets ahead for a 200 point gain.
Chandler-based Microchip (Nasdaq: MCHP) announced its quarterly results today for the period ended June 30. The company posted record revenue of $799.4 million but....
Alphabet hit as Q2 profits drop steeply due to $2.74 billion Eurozone antitrust fine, but resurrects itself after the bell when traders see EPS rise above estimates.
Dow Jones Industrials down triple digits due to continuing Tech Wreck. But financials, healthcare, materials all manage to rally.
Despite Manchester terrorist attack, S&P 500 back above its previous high, followed by DJIA. Tech stocks pull back a bit, keeping NASDAQ slightly in the red.