U.S. markets will adjust their holiday trading schedule and settlement dates to accommodate our upcoming national Thanksgiving Day festivities.
Wednesday slump blamed on Trump. But profit-taking, poor earnings news from Lowes and weak housing sales were the likely culprits.
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.
A flurry of contradictory news and economic reports leads to market uncertainty, leading to predictable and scary bouts of selling on Wall Street.
He loves me, he loves me not. President Obama flip flops for funds as he accepts $400K for an hour speech on health care before Cantor Fitzgerald LP
“Fearless Girl” statue by Kristen Visbal stares down “Charging Bull” by Arturo Di Modica. De Blasio makes it political. Di Modica is suing
January trading action to get ugly this white-knuckle trading week as Soros-funded “anarchists” threaten to trash peaceful transfer of Presidential power.
We make small moves Thursday, but lazy markets will likely dominate the remainder of 2016, Trump-Santa Claus Rally or not.
Oil, high yield investments continue to take a hit as Election 2016 approaches. But for stocks and bonds, is the selling over? Or is the worst yet to come?
Clinton's dream is open borders and Wall Street cash; Trump's dream is a warm, firm and compliant piece of—well, you know. This election is America's nightmare.
There are things that candidates legitimately want to hide, but no one forces them to run, an activity that imposes intrusive and unfair levels of transparency.
"Happy Days are Here Again"? After the burst of a DOW rally, mainstream media puts "lipstick on the pig" and tries to spin yet another Obama adminstration fantast
WASHINGTON, February 27, 2016 — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been criticized for putting forth contrasting positions concerning her relationships with Wall Street bankers. She says, if elected, she will end Wall Street’s irresponsible behavior, which, she claims, has cost Americans billions of dollars. Yet while Hillary claims she will be tough on Wall ...
WASHINGTON, February 10, 2016 – The winter cluster of U.S. national holidays concludes Monday with the celebration of what’s now rather meaninglessly called “Presidents’ Day.” This homogenized holiday, which apparently honors all our past presidents including the rotten ones, somehow replaced the more meaningful “Washington’s Birthday” holiday due to an act of Congress back in ...
When asked or challenged about anything, Clinton predictably gives the wrong answer.
Have you noticed that in Obama's America the champions of “shared sacrifice” and “income redistribution” have grown in power and wealth at the expense of your freedom and prosperity?
Conclusion: Hillary will turn political power into money, make an end run around the 1st Amendment, continue catering to Wall Street, and mask fat-cat donors.
That government is best that governs least, but governing least is still governing. That government is best that governs least, but governing least is still governing.
Hillary Clinton is a good person, except for her cold, calculating, strategically timed thoughts, values, actions and inactions.
Sorry Senator Sanders, we can hardly blame a handful of billionaires. however objectionable their role in our political process may be, for the problems we face.