We haven’t seen a techno-crash of this magnitude since 2010 … but that doesn’t mean artificial price movements don’t happen anymore.
Dozens of retailers have declared bankruptcy this year. Others are on “death watch.” And until momentum breaks higher, prices are unlikely to turn around.
This indicator is good at pinpointing short-term pullbacks, and it is flashing warning signs for one at this very moment.
A few months ago, I warned about the dangers of passive investing. It looks like others are starting to voice similar concerns…
Nobel Prize-winning economist Eugene Fama and other researchers have found that momentum strategies have worked for over 200 years.
Three types of strategies performed exceptionally well lately. Today we are going to stretch that out a bit and see what’s been working since the mid-‘80s.
With all the changes in the market in the past few months, the coming shift is inevitable … and you don’t want to be on the wrong side of it.
Wall Street firms are chasing their dreams with computing power. And what they’re dreaming of is obvious: making lots of money.
Companies that have larger book values than the current prices of their stocks have been a great set of companies to own going back to the late ‘80s.