At least for now, traders don’t agree with the Fed. In the futures markets, traders are betting with real money that interest rates are going to decline.
Many analysts claim fundamental ratios show that stocks are overpriced. But these ratios don’t tell us very much by themselves. They need context.
Amazon is about to strike at a new target. I’m certain many of you own these stocks. Well, here’s what happens when Amazon targets your stock…
The reason the stock market cares about the tax bill so much is because this reform would cut corporate taxes almost in half. At least, for some companies.
Lower taxes pull the economy out of recession. However, we’re at the point where we, as consumers and businesses, already gave until it hurts.
That reality of slow change means 2018 looks like a good year for the U.S. economy. That’s because a key indicator is ending this year in an uptrend.
Talk of tax reform created uncertainty. Businesses make money by waiting to see if tax rules change next year, or in 2019 under the Senate’s plan.
The recent tax bill that was passed lowers the corporate tax rate from 35% to 20%. That will make a huge difference to companies that spend a lot of money.