Yahoo Finance's Julia La Roche sits down with executive chairman and former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz
The U.S. government's growth policies and improving housing, automotive and commercial construction markets will benefit Industrial Stocks. Rise in manufacturing index in August is an added advantage.
The stock market looked like it was going to resume its decline Wednesday but the selling was met with good buying that may have been nervous short covering. The small caps have had an adequate correction in terns of price and time but what does that mean for the other key market averages?
The sharp decline last Thursday was blamed on rumors of another White House resignation but the technical studies had warned of such a drop early in the week. The lack of additional selling on Friday is keeping many complacent but are there really any signs the correction is ending?
In my experience when the market has a prolonged rally that most are not expecting a correction often goes through several phases. Some buy too early and then are stopped . In today's article Tom will tell you the signs he is looking for from the A/D line analysis
It is the dog days of summer for investors—trading has slowed as stocks have risen steadily around the world. Still, August is known for offering financial markets a range of surprises.
Across the board US-based equity indexes are displaying recent price strength as we enter the end of the week. After undergoing sector rotation over the past month, new names and indexes are beginning to show their strength. Transportation Index In particular the Dow Jones Transportation Average (TRAN) is leading the pack with its new high to … Continue reading Are US Equities Setting Up To Breakout?
Last week Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley chief US equity strategist discussed his year-end S&P 500 target of 2700. As an investor does this make you nervous? What do you think the average year-end target for the S&P 500 is now?
It has just been a week since the panic selloff in the tech sector began on June 9th. The initial catalyst of the selling was tied to a research note from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS ) analyst Robert ...