|Day's Range||23,201.78 - 23,328.84|
|52 Week Range||17,883.56 - 23,328.84|
Nothing is as it seems in Washington — it's a challenging environment for investors to understand.
Bitcoin continues ripping higher and it doesn’t look like it’ll slow down any time soon. Money experts Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon have called the cryptocurrency a mirage and a fraud yet nearly half the respondents in a CNBC survey say Bitcoin is heading to $10,000. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, Myles Udland, and Mark Martiak of Premier Wealth First Allied Securities debate if it's possible.
The GOP is getting closer to tax reform after the Senate narrowly passed a budget resolution that would pave the way for a tax plan this year. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Jared Blikre and Rick Newman figures out what will happen next.
As part of our Black Monday coverage TheStreet takes a look at rules for investors who encounter a Black Monday-type crash. Don't let your rash emotions overpower your logic. History indicates you are ...
Veteran market forecaster Peter Schiff is still upset at the Federal Reserve's response to the Black Monday crash of 1987, where the S&P 500 declined 20%.
GE posted awful quarterly results on Friday, but the company did not cut its dividend. That alone was enough to mollify investors, but not enough for GE to give up its hold as the worst performing Dow ...
As the bloodbath in stocks occurred on Black Monday, gold initially climbed $19.90, or 4.2%, to a high for the day of $491.50. But then the metal turned south.
As part of our Black Monday 30th anniversary series, TheStreet staff recaps their memories of Oct. 19, 1987, the single worst trading day since the Great Depression.
Dow Jones 30 The Dow Jones 30 broke out to the upside during the course of the week, closing towards the top of the range. If there was ever a poster child for an overextended market, the Dow Jones 30 certainly looks as if it is right now. Because of this, unless you are already … Continue reading Dow Jones 30 and NASDAQ 100 forecast for the week of October 23, 2017, Technical Analysis
Vital Signs A week that could have been a nightmare instead finished like a dream. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 456.91 points, or 2%, to 23,328.63 last week, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 0.9% to 2575.21. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.4% to 6629.05.
Stocks rose, extending a remarkable streak of gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average logged its best week in more than a month.
Stocks hit new highs today after Senate Republicans agreed on a budget proposal that could pave the way for tax cuts, and the market passed the 30th anniversary of Black Monday with only a small hitch. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.4% this week after rising 0.4% to 23.99 today. Todd Market Forecast warns that stocks could pull back slightly after today's gain: The Senate passed a budget resolution late Thursday and this caused a jump in the stock market futures which translated into market gains on Friday.
The Senate Republicans are getting ready to vote on a budget measure today that would help them pass tax reform legislation. President Trump tweeting this morning, Republicans are going for the big Budget approval today, first step toward massive tax cuts. I think we have the votes, but who knows?"