From Streetwise Reports: As precious metals expert Michael Ballanger ponders the current markets, he vows to “Keep Calm and Carry On.”
From Invesco: Investors have no shortage of headlines to absorb as we approach the summer months. Below, I highlight five key takeaways from last week — featuring a new federal budget proposal — and preview two questions that will be answered this week concerning jobs and productivity.
From BlackRock: Richard Turnill explains what’s behind our confidence in the equity rally.
After a hugely bullish week for the markets last week, Market technician Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial prepares investors for the new four-day trading week with an update of the important technicals to focus on for the major U.S. averages.
From David Fabian: It’s easy to get sucked into the tunnel vision of an easy market. Trends are strong, liquidity is abundant, credit markets are cheerful, and volatility is low.
The bulls posted a mild comeback on Thursday, erasing some of Wednesday’s massive losses. Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial recaps stocks’ chances for a sustained bounce and wraps up the trading week with an update on the key technical levels to watch.
The weather may be heating up, but the stock markets have suddenly turned ice cold. Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial recaps stocks’ worst day in six months and updates the important technical levels to watch, as volatility roars back in a big way.
U.S. equities continued their relentless surge Thursday morning, with the benchmark Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 Index both opening at new all-time highs.
Over the past 12 months, stock market investors around the planet have lost trillions of dollars. Since this time last June, stocks have crashed in 6 of the world’s 8 largest economies, and stocks in the other two are down as well.
Has the U.S. economy gotten better over the past six months or has it gotten worse? In this article, you will find solid proof that the U.S. economy has continued to get worse over the past six months.
We haven’t seen numbers like these since the last global recession. I recently wrote about how global trade is imploding all over the planet, and the same thing is true when it comes to manufacturing.