If there was a silver lining to an ugly week, it was the S&P 500 finding support at the former March low. Maybe the index can build from there, turning April sweet.
As an expected 2016 presidential candidate, Jeb Bush has a Wall Street infrastructure advantage that is proving to be impossible for any other 2016 GOP presidential hopefuls to emulate.
The Nasdaq put together a pretty great week with new all-time highs. Does that mean tech is dominating again?
Right now the bears are feasting. But one good thing about this selloff is that it lets some of the favorites come back to a low-risk buying area. Plus, don’t count out Herbalife.
What the ‘60 Minutes’ piece failed to mention is what the regulators advise.
Well, until this week we were staying long because the trend was up. And now? Not so much.
As we walk down memory lane to the days when we got stock picks from cab drivers and chat rooms, we see that the Nasdaq’s foundation is much stronger today.
The market bears are getting louder and louder lately, but for now the trend is clearly up.
I’ve been talking about the market moving sideways for weeks, but maybe – just maybe – that’s over.
My wife and I took a few days to visit Disneyworld and it was CROWDED. Does it mean the stock is doing well?