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It's a busy week for earnings with investors still squarely focused on who Trump will name as the next Fed chair.
McDonald’s Corp. is expected to announce third-quarter earnings on Oct. 24 before the opening bell.
High-profile smartphone releases and the growth of data centers are expected to drive another strong earnings quarter for chip makers and related companies, which would put a cap on a strong year for semiconductor ...
Studios blamed critics and Rotten Tomatoes for box office bombs this summer, but critically-adored films that are struggling show it’s more complicated than that.
Nearly two years after its initial public offering, Atlassian Inc. is heading toward a market cap of $10 billion and is unlikely to stop there.
The “most hated bull market in history” is starting to get some love, which isn’t necessarily something to cheer.
A string of severe hurricanes that swept across the south and southeastern portions of the U.S. and Puerto Rico toward the end of the third quarter could put a big dent in economic growth.
S&P 500 The S&P 500 rallied significantly during the session on Friday, but then pulled back a little bit only to find more buying pressure. Ultimately, we closed near the 2575 handle, and I think that the market should go looking towards the 2600 level after that. Pullbacks offer value, and eventually, we should break … Continue reading Major US Indices Forecast, October 23, 2017, Technical Analysis
Investors awaiting the nomination of the next Federal Reserve chair are hoping whoever is nominated pursues the same monetary policy that has supported rising stock prices for the past nine years. Led by Janet Yellen since 2014, the Fed is about to allow its $4.5 trillion portfolio of securities to shrink, and in late 2015 it began raising interest rates from the low levels seen after the 2008 financial crisis. A new Fed chair who argues for tightening monetary policy more aggressively is seen putting economic growth at risk, along with corporate earnings, and the long stock market rally.
The major U.S. stock indexes surged on Friday after the U.S. Senate overcame a significant hurdle to move toward tax reform. The blue chip Dow Jones Industrial Average reached an intraday and closing record, led by strong performances by Boeing, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase. The Dow was also boosted by a huge recovery in … Continue reading U.S. Stock Indexes Surge After Senate Moves Toward Tax Reform
The benchmark S&P 500 has risen by a whopping 24% since November 2016. The higher it goes, the more vulnerable it is to a correction. With that in mind, here are three easy steps that can help protect your portfolio from an unexpected, and potentially nasty, decline between now and the New Year.
‘I would take some money off now because ... there are clear signs of deranged valuations,’ says Gabelli fund manager Lawrence Haverty.
It’s not about fees or unscrupulous advisers — it’s that we lack the patience to hold investments for more than a few years. By Lance Roberts.
The budget vote lit the market's fuse on Friday as the Dow closed the week at overbought levels rarely seen in the past ten years. Some traders think the market is "different now" but is that really the case? Any warning signs from the market internals?
Nine months into his presidency, Rex Nutting says it’s time to grade the economy and the markets against Trump’s bragging.