Fundamentals change slowly. That’s why the stock market is little changed most days. But in the long run, those boring days add up to big gains.
This chart shows that the individual stocks are following the trends of the major market indexes. This tells us that more new highs lie ahead.
It’s a simple market timing rule — when the Federal Reserve raises rates three times, stocks fall. Now it’s time for the stumble … or is it?
Over the last year, I’ve recommended 11 ETFs to you in my articles. All 11 of those stocks are up … and some of them are up big. I mean really big.
Researchers at the Cleveland branch of the Federal Reserve have found that the “head and shoulders” pattern can be traded profitably.
Last week marked the eighth anniversary of one of our country’s longest bull markets. Since 1940, only one other bull market has lasted longer.
You should probably forget everything you think you know about volatility. That means you’ll bring an open mind to the current market situation.
The stock market has gone almost straight up since the election, and the reason for the gain might be the expected change in tax policy.