Rising rate worries have triggered a bond selloff lately and brightened the appeal for value stocks.
Today's article features the SPY & AMZN and reveals the " 4 Things You Need to Know About Rising Interest Rates and Your Portfolio. Read on to access this part 2 of 2 article. In part one of this...
A slew of new economic prints have hit the tape this morning, helping flesh out the narrative we've seen emerge over the past couple weeks.
Today's article features the SPY and reveals the "4 Things You Need To Know About Rising Interest Rates & Your Portfolio." Read on to access this Part 1 of 2 series. When things are going well, it's...
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Just when the stock market (SPY) was inches away from a record high at 4,000 it got saddled with 6 days of downward pressure. Why did this happen? Is the pain over? What happens next? Read on below for...
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Overall, ETFs gathered about $11.5 billion capital last week, bringing in year-to-date inflows of $129.3 billion and higher than $98.3 billion seen in the year-ago period.
Today's featured article features the SPY, PYPL & BABA and reveals "Economic News That Could Make Or Break Your Portfolio." Read on for all the details. Back in mid-2020 shock-jock Dave Portnoy whipped...
A winter storm rarely seen in the Lone Star State has knocked out power and water service for a large segment of the state population.
As the post-pandemic era draws closer (we hope), and it's translating into an anticipation of interest rates eventually going up.
CNBC and other media outlets are oversimplifying and misstating the current relationship between bond rates and the stock market (SPY). Read on below for the full story … (Please enjoy this updated...
Value investors are besides themselves pointing out that the stock market (SPY) is already in bubble territory not unlike 1999. Are they right? And if so, what is an investor to do about it? Read on for...
Retail Sales last month were expected to have come in around 1%, but instead reached +5.3% -- the highest read in consumer activity since June.
After a rough year, the U.S. dollar started gaining ground this year. While small-cap stocks and some currency-hedged international investments will gain, large-caps and commodities may lose ahead.
The Dow found its way to yet another all-time high today -- almost a routine occurrence for market indexes these days.
Overall ETFs gathered about $36.3 billion capital last week, bringing in year-to-date inflows of $117.4 billion, higher than the $89.1 billion seen in the year-ago period,
Down in places like San Antonio, with power outages and without things like salt trucks, we're seeing a severe event. As many as four million Americans are currently without power.
Investors have been able to twiddle their thumbs as see modest gains across industries, as reflections on a successful Q4 earnings season settle in, with more good news to come in the quarters ahead.
Both initial and continuing claims were above expectations, but lower month over month. The problem with these figures is they are lower than upwardly revised numbers from the previous week.