The S&P 500 (SPY) has impressively broken out above 4,000. However, it seems that ONLY large caps are moving higher while smaller stocks are actually in the red. Why is this? And what does it mean for...
Semiconductor ETFs have been in the sweet spot thanks to surging demand for chips from manufacturers of everything from smartphones to cars, laptops, PCs, video games and data centers.
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This morning's headline for initial claims in the past week hit 744K, 16,000 more than the upwardly revised figure from last week.
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Let me prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are in the midst of a stock market bubble. Even better, let me explain why stocks (SPY) will rise for another 12-24 months so you can ride it higher and...
Exports fell 2.6% on primarily industrials, aircraft, semis, food and beverages, while Imports dipped a slower 0.7% on autos and pharma supplies.
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The S&P 500 (SPY) was compressed under 4,000 from mid-February til early April when the stars aligned for a break out to new highs. Very strong economic news was the catalyst for this move. Get the rest...
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Fresh off new all-time highs into Monday???s close, market indexes are cooling their heels this morning on an absence of any expected catalysts for market activity.
The stock market is breaking out to new highs following a few weeks of consolidation. 3 ETFs that investors should consider buying are IWM, QQQ, and XLV. Last week, the S&P 500 decisively broke...
At the closing bell for the first trading day of a new week, both the Dow and S&P 500 have set new all-time highs: +1.12% (374 points) and +1.44% (58 points), respectively.
Tesla (TSLA) shares are up 7% in today's pre-market after clobbering Q1 deliveries expectations.
Initial Jobless Claims the 700K mark many thought we'd left behind and up from the 675K analysts were expecting.
Focus on the technology sector, rising virus cases, talks of a hike in capital gains tax and still-low rates should bring the growth investing back in favor.
Stocks do not go straight up. Instead we see lengthy bull runs followed by extended pullbacks and consolidation periods. That certainly seems to be the story for the S&P 500 (SPY) since mid-February as...
The headline was not as strong as the consensus 525K, however, but the clarity of the current economic trajectory is intact.
Case-Shiller posted its strongest year-over-year growth in almost five years: +11.2% easily surpassed the 10.5% consensus estimate.
After a very strong January on both Personal Income and Consumer Spending, both headlines came down last month.