Mr Market cowered behind the woodshed Tuesday morning, as the street's big bad bears administered a seemingly nonstop beating.
Wednesday afternoon, the Fed indicated that interest rate hikes were off the table. Plus, the IRS has the 2021 tax filing deadline to May 17.
Reddit’s “DeepF&%kingValue” and “WallStreetBets,” two groups on the social media platform, are eternal optimists.
Any government investigation into the Redditors should result in indictments and prosecutions of those who started the investigation.
The Redditors of the Reddit social media platform have managed to take on Wall Street and inflate the value of Game Stop gaming retailers.
Time again for investors to keep tabs on this week’s July 4 trading hours. Which actually begin (sort of) on Thursday, July 2, 2020.
Impeachment. Trade deals. Coronavirus. Brexit. Wall Street setbacks. Oh, my! It’s all been an auspicious start for 2020, the Chinese Year of the Rat.
We’re watching stocks blast off in bullish trading action in a Happy New Year 2020 celebration across US markets. All three major averages are sharply up.
The stock market wasn't down Thursday due to China trade worries. It was down because of Trump impeachment panic. Swing-trade time again.
Already damaged last Friday, Boeing shares got hit again Monday with more bad news regarding the company's still-grounded fleet of 737 MAX jets.
Weak data in the US services sector could mean that the Fed might cut interest rates again in October. Maybe bad news is good news after all!
The longtime UK-based Thomas Cook mega-travel agency collapsed almost without warning this week, leaving hundreds of thousands of travelers stranded.
According to current weather reports, Hurricane Dorian could be bearing down on Wall Street. Just like President Trump’s latest tariff hikes.
Even as the US / China trade war intensifies, investors are bullish as the Dow rallies. It's up 300 points as of 12:30 p.m. ET. We’re dazed and confused.
Nothing’s going anywhere except modestly down until we get some definitive news from… somewhere. It’s Waiting for Godot Time on Wall Street again.
China trade talks optimism, crude oil price jump dominate Monday trading action on Wall Street as major market averages jump again.
Wall Street’s Wheel of Misfortune continues to spin against investors who still hold idle cash hiding in their battered brokerage accounts.
True, the brain dead Fed did roll back current expectations of three rate hikes in 2019 to (perhaps) two. But they didn’t promise anything more.
This week-ending Wall Street Turkey received no last-minute pardon from President Trump. Today was indeed a Wall Street Black Friday for most investors.
Yes, sports fans. Wall Street is rejoicing Wednesday, likely because divided government will return to The Swamp in January 2019.