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Tom Essaye, founder of The Sevens Report, and Stephen Guilfoyle of Sarge 986 LLC joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Brian Sozzi and Julie Hyman to discuss the latest market action on The First Trade.
Salt Financial President Alfred Eskandar and Federated Hermes Client Portfolio Manager Jordan Stuart joins Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith to discuss the market action amid coronavirus concerns on The Ticker.
Nuveen Portfolio Manager Stephen Liberatore joins On The Move to discuss why ESG investing is the safe place to be invest during a time of high volatility.
Gibbs Wealth Management President & CIO Erin Gibbs and Brigg Macadam Founding Partner Greg Swenson join Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Brian Sozzi and Jared Blikre to discuss the latest trends in market action on The First Trade.
Fears over the coronavirus and its impact have wipe $1.7 trillion in U.S. stock market value in 2 days, leaving the Federal Reserve to publicly comment on the virus. Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung joins Alexis Christoforus to discuss the details on The First Trade.
All three major indexes closed in the after Tuesday's trading session, continuing their steep declines after Monday's thousand-point plunge. The Final Round panel discusses the latest market action, and how the coronavirus outbreak could continue to affect markets.
Martin Currie Head of Investment Strategy Kim Catechis joins Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith to discuss the market reaction as stocks plunge for a second day in a row amid renewed coronavirus concerns on The Ticker.
Confirmed cases of the coronavirus are toppling 80,000 worldwide, as the FDA has identified 20 drugs that are at risk of a shortage due to the outbreak. Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani joins Seana Smith to discuss the details on The Ticker.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may be surging in the polls ahead of Super Tuesday, but some on Wall Street have made their own conclusions on what November will bring: four more years of President Donald Trump. Ninety-five percent of participants in a Deutsche Bank survey of investors, economists and other market participants released earlier this month said Trump, a Republican, was either "extremely likely" or "slightly likely" to win the general election. The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, conducted Feb. 19-25, showed Sanders with a seven percentage-point lead over Trump in a hypothetical general election matchup.
Investors can selling downside put options on blue-chip stocks that they can hold for at least a few years. But there’s another trade worth considering—one that is still under the radar.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average now sits in correction territory after plunging with its greatest one-day point drop in history.
HOWARD GOLD'S NO-NONSENSE INVESTING The coronavirus was first identified in early January in China, but investors in U.S. stocks paid it little mind. Just last week, both the S&P 500 (SPX) and the Nasdaq Composite (COMP) hit all-time highs, a feat the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) had achieved the week before.
Stocks and oil prices tumbled again on Tuesday and the benchmark U.S. debt yield hit a record low on growing concern about the effects of the spread of coronavirus on the global economy. The market sell-off followed the largest losses in stocks in over two years on Monday and accelerated after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Americans should begin to prepare for community spread of the disease. The World Health Organization, however, has said the epidemic in China, where it began in December, peaked between Jan. 23 and Feb. 2 and has been declining since.
The number of virus cases and the percentage of stock market losses both spiked dramatically early Monday, with futures pointing to a 2.5% drop as the disease spread in South Korea and Italy over the weekend. The Cboe Volatility Index (VIX) zoomed up to nearly 23 from a low of around 14 last week. Gold is making new seven-year highs, and bond yields are near historic lows.
Wall Street added to losses on Tuesday with its three major stock indexes falling 1%, after officials said the coronavirus was "a rapidly escalating epidemic," a day after virus worries sent the S&P 500 and the Dow Industrials to their biggest daily declines in two years. U.S. stock indexes were on track for a fourth day of losses, with fears of a pandemic knocking off more than 3% on Monday after a flare-up of infections in several countries. As of Monday's close, the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrials had erased their gains for the year-to-date.