Among the bears’ most interesting arguments is that stocks are overvalued. But with interest rates where they are, stocks are deeply undervalued.
There are two kinds of stocks: those with value, and those that are value traps. What’s the difference? The epic debacle of one hedge fund offers clues.
Government isn’t the only thing that can destroy value. Private enterprise can do that perfectly well too.
Earnings season is underway. Right now, companies are reporting their results for the third quarter of 2017. And it’s set to be a historic event.
As stocks rallied this year, valuations became stretched. But we were missing the final piece of the bubble. ETFs now provide that piece of the bubble.
A 233-year-old calendar has predicted history’s major bear and bull markets. And 2017 is a year where, according to the calendar, market panics are likely.
In an average year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 produce half of their gains in this three-month period.
The Volatility Index typically moves in the opposite direction of the market. This is because when the market is falling, people buy options to hedge.