In the first quarter of 2018, the financial and investing industry went into overdrive detailing the upside of the 2018 tax cuts and the positive impacts of a "business friendly" executive and congressional branch on business in America.
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Renowned global investor Marc Faber predicts that more money will be made in Indian stock markets in the next 10 years that equities in the United States. In an interview to ET Now, Dr Doom on Monday said that Indian markets are still attractive as c
Last week we reported that shortly after the biggest equity fund inflows on record at $43BN, retail investors were whipsawed and amid the latest spike in market vol ...
Fears 30% Plunge In Stock Market
With traders looking in awe at the ongoing flattening in the yield curve, as the 2s10s drops below 50bps...
Stocks rebounded Monday after their precipitous fall late last week. The Dow Jones rose 669 points. Then on Tuesday, it tanked again, falling over 300 points.
•Moody's lowered its corporate family rating on Tesla to B3 from B2 and changed the outlook to negative from stable.
Last Thursday, the Dow Jones fell 724 points. It followed up with a 424 point decline on Friday. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq fell 2.43% Friday.
"You don't need a weather man to know which way the wind blows..."
'Volatility begets activity, and a relative lack of volatility is what the market experienced': Cboe options instructor
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch routinely misled customers by telling them billions of stock trades had been managed in-house when they were actually turned over to outside firms, N.Y. says.
Europe's Stoxx 600 index is now down over 10% from its January highs, officially entering correction...
Obviously, Powell taking the helm at the Federal Reserve means potential policy changes, but that's not the only thing that could change. The Fed's communication strategy could also change. Its communication is how it delivers forward guidance.
We have to stress test the macro scenarios versus current market conditions by looking at worst case events, then calculating expected values based on the most likely probabilities.
David Stockman Warns That America's 'State Wreck' Is Gathering Steam
I am going to break from regular market commentary to step back and think about the big picture as it relates to debt and inflation. Let's call it philosophical Friday. But don't worry, there will be no bearded left-wing rants. This will definite
"It could never happen again..." is the constant refrain of the asset-gatherers and commission-takers around the world as they prepare to defend their livelihoods from yet another delusion-clarifying plunge back to reality for stock prices.
- China Signals It Could Slash Treasury Buys
Raises By 25bps, Signals 2 More Hikes In 2018 But Raises Rate Trajectory For 2019
Everything is great. We're riding high. The stock market is up. Employment is up. Analysts and pundits see nothing but smooth sailing ahead.
With the new economic and trade policy policy commentary coming out of Washington seemingly on a daily basis, along with the much discussed stock correction from February, which was caused by the unwind of the short volatility trade, it's easy to l
Mark Zuckerberg loses $5 billion after Facebook shares plummet nearly seven percent as the company faces calls around the world to testify over the Cambridge Analytica data scandal
An Unexpected Warning From Goldman Sachs: "Markets Themselves" Will Cause The Next Crash
Friday's OPEX decline has led to Monday's explosion higher in vol with VIX nearing 22...
Facebook is down 8% - its biggest single-day drop since Sept 2012...
Blain: "10 Years Ago Bear Stearns Collapsed; Larry Kudlow Was Its Chief Economist When I Joined"
The answer is not yields, tariffs, war, famine, or Trump; although any of those could contribute to the selloff. Here is a Tweet discussion leading up to the correct answer which will likely surprise many.
If you're getting the sense that stocks always go up, that's because they've been doing so for a really, really long time. From CNBC today: