President Trump appeared in Wisconsin appearing before tens of thousands braving the mid-western cold while a few folks caught the Democrat Debate.
We saw interest rates spike rather sharply during Wednesday trading activity, perhaps an overreaction to the Fed’s latest round of interest rate hikes.
When stock market action re-launched on January 2, 2018, lo and behold! The Trump Rally returned with a vengeance. Investors absolutely adore this President’s economic policies.
Is the American stock market stuck in a sideways summer correction? Or are all market sectors about to get hammered by a full blown 10-20 percent correction?
Wall Street giveth and Wall Street taketh away. Right now, the Street taketh a lot, as wildly uneven trading, world events have put a lid on the Trump Rally.
Cliffs Industries (CLF) is the Achilles heel in our portfolios right now, with Ciena (CIEN), On Semiconductor (ON) not far behind.
Traders and investors have rarely caught a break in April, as uncertainties drive relentless selling and encourage short-sellers to double down.
Sideways correction in stocks continues. Also, BREAKING NEWS: The U.S. Senate has invoked the “nuclear option,” breaking the Democrats’ Gorsuch filibuster.
WASHINGTON, March 23, 2017 – Thursday’s action on Wall Street was yet a further continuation of the stock market’s current, unique March Madness Theater of the Absurd. The market is attempting a sideways correction to the exuberance (but fun) excesses of the recent Trump Rally. That spectacular post-election bull move now may or may not ...
Stocks try to recover, bonds continue to sink. The sky is falling for bullish investors. Or is it? Let’s check the McClellan Oscillator.
In addition to Fed interest rate nervousness, a potential oversupply of crucial commodities worries investors in materials, commodities and industrials.
Nervousness returns to Wall Street as traders book Wednesday’s gains and ponder future action if the Federal Reserve raises interest rates on the Ides of March.
The Trump Rally continues, though it shows signs of weakening. We try to thread the needle by picking off profits to raise cash in case of political disaster.
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.
Alexander Acosta gets the nod as Labor Secretary after former nominee Andy Puzder withdraws. Acosta has previously been confirmed 3x by the Senate.
Good things are emerging from the new Republican administration, but a compromised media and a seditious Federal bureaucracy stand in the way of real reform.
Wednesday’s massive stock market rally continued Thursday, as Trump-centric industries went on a tear. But today, Veterans Day, stocks seem to be taking a break.