Right now, companies are struggling to convince me they are good buys because of one simple measure of their sentiment — the insider transactions ratio.
When a rubber band is stretched too far, it tends to snap back. The same is true of stocks in the long run … with the long run measured in years.
The 25% rally the stock market experienced since the lows a year ago has caused many bearish investors to jump ship.
The Super Bowl indicator’s accuracy is impressive, but some analysts will incorrectly claim it’s meaningless because they don’t understand how it works.
IPOs are when companies first sell their shares in the stock market. I track IPOs because it gives me a heads-up on the mood of the market.
Investors have been working on a way to use Twitter effectively. It turns out, when President Donald Trump tweets about companies, it has a lasting effect.
Market volatility has declined to a 10-year low. That means something for stocks, but volatility is one of the least understood ideas in the market.
Las Vegas just saved a ton of money and 300 million gallons of water by installing IoT monitoring devices in its water mains. And that’s just one system out of 150,000 in the U.S.
We’re on the cusp of the greatest tech revolution in modern history. We can either fear this change … or embrace it, and ultimately profit on it.