I continue to believe that Tuesday’s election outcome and the prevailing market sentiment set us up for a year-end rally.
Blockchain provides all the benefits of using modern technology without blindly trusting the tech oligopoly with your decisions, health data and whereabouts.
Saudi’s problems didn’t start with the the Khashoggi killing. That only adds to a long list of authoritarian tendencies undermining potential investors.
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), dormant for months, jumped almost 90%. On top of the bond market mess, investors are wary of what lies ahead.
On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates by a quarter point and signaled yet another quarter-point hike before the end of the year. Notably, this is the first time the Fed funds rate — currently at 2.00% to 2.25% — has risen above the rate of inflation. The Fed’s preferred metric for inflation […]
Even though stock trading might soon be zero-commission, brokers can generate revenue from “free” trades in a variety of other ways.
But while the markets seem to be shrugging off trade worries, businesses are starting to worry about the impact of a U.S.-China trade war.
Both the U.S. and China are entering this showdown from positions of strength. That’s why it’s almost certain the trade war will go further than you think.
This trade spat could escalate and continue longer than most people expect. If this occurs, it will not be good for markets in the near term.
While President Donald Trump was diffusing an arms race in North Korea this week, his Justice Department at home was laying the groundwork for a media arms race.
The euro is the elite’s experiment gone wrong. Since the financial crisis began a decade ago, European debt panics have been as common as international sporting events.
Outside of a few pullbacks, the stock market has been rallying for 10 years. But for the first time in a decade, the stock market is about to face a challenge from the bond market.