While US mega-tech stocks support the belief that all is well for many Americans, a glance around the world and the shit is seriously hitting the fan...
FOR TESLA'S ELON MUSK, TAKING DOWN THE SHORT SELLERS IS PERSONAL
One week after the second biggest ever weekly tech inflows, in Bank of America's latest weekly fund flow report, CIO Michael Hartnett shows what the annualized tech inflows in 2018 look like, and it is surely a surreal sight for an entire generation
Fiat Chrysler, Volkswagen, and BMW shares are sliding following the latest shot across the bow from President Trump in the global trade wars.
The Supreme Court just overturned a 1992 ruling (which had limited online tax collections), thus freeing states and local governments to start collecting billions of dollars in sales taxes from internet retailers that don't currently charge tax to
Strange things are happening in the world of trading these days. On one hand, you have Deutsche Bank's supposedly expert, professional traders making gargantuan bets, which exceed by 12 times the bank's daily VaR limit, only to watch the trade imp
Walgreens shares enters the Dow on June 26
Several weeks ago, Goldman's Chief Markets Economist Charlie Himmelberg became the latest Wall Street strategist to admit the threat to the market posed by HFT.
Elon Musk's promise to ramp up Tesla Model 3 production to 5,000 cars a week by the end of June - a promise he made at Tesla shareholders at the company's annual meeting earlier this month - is clearly weighing on the CEO.