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In the stock market, distribution days are like wine. A glass or two is fine. It's social, it's probably good for your digestive system. But one too many will send you reeling.
The Nasdaq commanded the upside again and growth stocks showed strong moves on Thursday. The NYSE composite edged slightly lower and fell for a third day in a row.
** S&P 500 riding 3-week win streak, gallops 1.6 pct higher ** At first, NYSE Composite was ticked off , and S&P Futures stepped into sticky patch ** But after Dow Futures revved up, and some pause and ...
Sell in May and go away? Not this year. Expect a June swoon? Don't hold your breath. These old market adages are in the past, says LPL Financial's Ryan Detrick.
But gains for the major stock indexes faded Monday morning, but it didn't take long for buyers to back as indexes were near session highs in afternoon trading.
From Chris Ciovacco: A common bearish argument making the rounds over the past year goes something like this: “Stocks have been rising for over eight years; they can’t keep going up.” As shown in the NYSE Composite chart below, stocks rallied… Read more ›
Stocks closed moderately higher Thursday, although indexes faded in the final hours of trading.
Doug Ramsey, Leuthold Group chief investment officer, and Barry James, James Investment Research president and portfolio manager, discuss some of the factors impacting the market right now including the Federal Reserve and the rotation from growth to v...