Dazed and confused US stocks hardly know where we’re going next under a shadowy Biden Administration. What's an investor to do?
Goldman wonders about putting money into any Chinese stocks at all. CDN wonders if the CDC mask-on Delta nonsense is settled science at all.
Though techs continued to suffer throughout the week, Friday's stock market fireworks proved a welcome antidote overall this week.
What accounts for Wall Street's surprise Thursday rally remains elusive. What isn't elusive? The enthusiasm of permabulls and dip-buyers.
The Biden Administration continues to be MIA. Evidence? Mr Market’s all-encompassing, rolling disaster continued for a second day Wednesday.
U.S. stocks tanked Wednesday, look wobbly Thursday. Meanwhile, a giant wedged-in container ship blocks the Suez canal, halting oil transport.
DOJ sued Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) alleging the company discriminates against prospective American employees by favoring cheaper foreign labor.
Uncertainty about last week’s presidential election caused a flurry of Election 2020 lawsuits, making trading action in US stocks uncertain.
US stocks are enjoying at least a short-term Sunshine Monday respite from last week’s violent selling squall. But after November 3?
It’s a weird Whipsaw Thursday on Wall Street. Investors worry about phase 2 economic stimulus impasse engineered by Nancy Pelosi.
Stymied by last week's Democrat snooze fest, stocks may bounce along with the ups and downs of this week’s “virtual” GOP commercial.
Democrats and the media trumpet the growing number of coronavirus "cases" to prove Trump is to blame. But per capita deaths are declining.
Market rumblings: Friday's disturbing trading action in Tesla. Plus the pernicious effect of Robinhood morons, and our always worsening new China Syndrome.
Yesterday’s bungee jumping US stocks soared toward new intraday records before completely reversing to close down rather badly.
Gilead's experimental drug remdesivir shows promising results in Chicago trial. The stocks market soars as irrational exuberance returns to Wall Street.
It’s been a heckuva Monday on Wall Street, particularly if you’re still holding an April contract for West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil.
This morning’s already fizzling Friday rally in the Dow and S&P 500 quickly reversed. But not before the bulls took the Dow to another intraday record.
While the Iran threat appears to remain the primary issue for Monday's traders, it seems its influence on US stocks is already being discounted.
So, was the recent US takeout of an Iranian bigwig a true Black Swan event for stocks? Or just a temporary selling excuse we can blame on the Iran conflict?
Our 2019 Year End Bounceback stocks have been beaten down by the sellers this year, particularly in Q4 2019. They could be ready to rally in 2020.