As the Trump rally rolls on, people up and down Wall Street and around the world keep finding reasons for why it should continue.
Randy DeSoto for Western Journalism reports, The U.S. stock market soared to new heights on Wednesday riding on the positive atmosphere generated by President Donald Trump's speech to a joint session of Congress. For the first time ever, the Dow Jo
It all made sense earlier (to those attempting to write the narrative explaining why The Dow gapped open to 21,000) but the last couple of hours have seen an odd decoupling between the USD Index and bonds (and a recoupling of the USD Index and stocks
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While US equity markets drift endlessly higher on sea of Trumptopian euphoria (and retail ETF ramps), European equity investors have hit the panic button this week.
U.S. equities traded sharply higher on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average climbing above 21,000 for the first time, on the back of President Donald Trump's speech to Congress.
Marc Faber, known as 'Dr. Doom' for his pessimistic views of equity markets, has warned investors that US stocks are vulnerable to a seismic selloff, which could start any moment.
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Virtually Everyone Agrees That Current Stock Market Valuations Are Not Sustainable And That A Great Crash Is Coming
With the S&P making new all time highs on a daily (and hourly) basis, and the VIX just why of all time lows, one has to look hard to find something that is amiss with the "market."
Market concentration hurts workers according to this article. It's true, but makes no distinction between voluntary monopolies and imposed monopolies.
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INTRODUCTION On December 22, 2016, the Financial Services Agency of Japan (the "FSA") published a report summarized by the Working Group on Financial Markets of the Financial System Council, titled "Report of Working Group on Financial Markets –
This past weekend I was at a "Super Bowl" party in my neighborhood. As a money manager, I like parties as they are a rather insightful indicator of the current psychology of the "average investor."
Editor's Comment: While there is no guarantee about what will happen in the future, it seems certain that holdings in stock are paper thin and vulnerable as hell.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average provides us with some pretty strong evidence that our "stock market boom" has been fueled by debt.
President Trump's team is breaking with White House precedent by taking a victory lap after a stock market surge.
Club For Growth founder Stephen Moore reacted to reporting that since President Trump was elected, the stock market gained $2 trillion in wealth.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average broke through 20,000 points for the first time at the start of trading Wednesday morning, reaching a new milestone and continuing an extraordinary run that began on the morning after Donald Trump won the presidential
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With doubts that the "Trumpflation" trade is over creeping ever higher, leading to a precarious decline in the USD in recent days, and prompting comparisons to the Dollar's move at the start of 2016 when the greenback's ascent dramatically reversed..
Well that's not supposed to happen...
2017 has just started but some longer-term trend changes already seem to develop. It is interesting how a new year combined with a new US president act as a catalyst for what will be the start of monumental events in the world economy. Not that many
After six straight days higher and the best start to a year ever, Biotech/Pharma stocks were just crashed lower on the heels of comments from president-elect Trump promising more competitive drug pricing.
NEW YORK: U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday said pharmaceutical companies are "getting away with murder" in what they charge the government for medicines, and promised that would change, sending drugs stocks sharply lower.
Cocoa futures slid the most in a month in London after negotiations ended a two-day army mutiny that had paralyzed several cities in Ivory Coast, the world's largest producer.
With the Dow Jones rising excruciatingly close, or within 0.37 points of 20,000 on Friday only to let down the market cheerleaders in the last minute, it would appear that there is nothing one can throw at a market which is determined to keep rising
Last February, when Kyle Bass announced the upcoming launch of a dedicated fund to short the....
The same company that paid Hillary Clinton nearly $700,000, for three one-hour speeches, has now been ordered to pay a nine-figure sum for currency market manipulation.