Value investors now have a rare opportunity to buy into the beaten-up, heavily undervalued retail sector as we head into the second half of the year.
With rising interest rates, corporate debt is a time bomb that will bankrupt firms, destroy jobs … and send the stock market crashing.
This chart shows that market action points to a rally in Mexican stocks, and the catalyst could be the new populist president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The market is starting to sniff the negative potential outcome of a trade war. And institutions are starting to hedge their risk of a market sell-off.
A new conservative president has promised to cut taxes and red tape for businesses. Efforts like these should lead to more investment in his country.
Twenty years ago, current Fed policies would have sunk stocks. Now, other central banks around the world are offsetting the bearish influence of the Fed.
Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell eight days in a row before delivering a gain on Friday. This happened just five other times since 1900.
Today, I want to continue with my expose on investor biases and give you one big reason you’re getting in your own way when you make your trades.