Last week, I had a flashback moment. I flashed back to October 3, 2000. To most of you, that date probably means nothing, but let me explain.
This is a chart I’ll keep a close eye on in the coming weeks, as it could be giving us an early warning to a looming bear market.
Malls are supposed to be dead. But the nation’s largest mall owner posted better-than-expected earnings in the fourth quarter while raising its dividend.
Everyone is looking for a reason as to why the broad stock market indexes plunged this week. The actual reason is pretty simple.
This happened before bear markets that led to losses of 50% or more in 1972, 1999 and 2007. It also happened before the 1987 crash.
Don’t think of the current action as saying: “Get out of the market now.” Instead, think of it as a red flag for your portfolio.
If the history of market reactions to Amazon has taught me anything, it’s that now is a great time to buy stocks in the health care sector.
Netflix is spending a ton of money on its own content to add new subscribers — and the reason why may be what kills its rally.
By reading the many emails I receive, I know the No. 1 concern for most investors is losing money. Today, I’m going to walk you through how to overcome that fear.