A major decline often happens in September or October. Thursday market action reveals that US stocks might be ready for an epic nosedive.
Wells nonsense vs its retail customer loans plus more terrorism via Covid variants clobbered stock Thursday. But Friday proved a new day.
Techs and retail got hit with news the UK was zeroing in on shares of Amazon and Google, attacking their anticompetitive practices.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ recovery continued Friday. That average closed up an impressive 2.32%, chalking up a whopping 304.99 point gain.
"Better than expected,” our latest unemployment rate announced by the Feds earlier this morning “unexpectedly” tumbled to 8.4%.
Like Monday's crash, investors are seeing blood running down Wall Street today. American and world stock markets continue bleeding out with no end in sight.
Tuesday markets continued Monday’s sickening COVID-19 menace-inspired waterfall decline. Big time. That Nevada caucus win by Bernie was no help either.
A second US coronavirus case showed up in Chicago. Then a third, in… Oh, wait! That was only Connecticut’s Dick Blumenthal pitching fake coronavirus news.
President Trump's remarks on China trade issue “Scrooged!” US markets. The results? The Dow plunged by over 400 points almost in an instant.
Much of Friday’s market optimism involves China’s uncommon fondness for all things pork. Which is linked to alleged moves on the China tariff front.
Last night's stock futures indicated we’d likely get another whipsaw move today after Wednesday’s horrendous interest rate inversion diversion. Or not.
As of today's closing bell, we can confirm it was Comeback Tuesday on Wall Street. Today's bullish bounce back rally was a welcome relief.
Stocks in nearly all sectors take off in unpredictable directions during every single trading day. It’s roller-coaster investing at its worst.
Wall Street’s raging bull is attempting a serious return. Could this be the beginning of Trump Rally #3?
As anyone who’s currently got skin in the stock market game will acknowledge, the Freaky February correction in stocks has been massive and extraordinarily swift return to investing reality.
This week’s market fun (or its antithesis) begins Tuesday, February 20 since Presidents' Day, February 19 is a Federal holiday and all U.S. exchanges and most U.S. banks will be closed.
No stock sectors have been spared here. This bipolar market has run entirely amok. It's "sell, sell, sell, the hell with the price, I want out."
The big questions for U.S. markets today: Will Monday's huge crash mark the beginning of a major market correction? Or will we have a great “Turnaround Tuesday” that saves our badly beaten portfolios from certain disaster?
Bulls reap rewards from Mr. Market Wednesday, lose it back on Thursday as tech gets kicked in the teeth while the dormant VIX decides to get feisty.
Dow Jones Industrials finally broke the 20,000 barrier Wednesday, S&P 500 and NASDAQ averages hit new highs, but falter Thursday as Dow follows through.