The Dow Jones Industrial Average’s longest winning streak in 17 years may be just a couple hours from coming to an end.
For the first time in 44 months, the U.S. unemployment rate has dipped below 8%. Unfortunately, its impact on stocks may be muted.
The current rally has defied all odds. But history tells us that Dow stocks should experience a pullback on the final trading day in March.
Temporary inflation was one of the few substantive changes Federal officials predicted in its much-anticipated announcement this afternoon. But that hasn’t stopped stocks from nearing multi-year highs.
Would you say the risk is now to the upside? Do you think probability lies with the bulls or bears after an average year's worth of market gains in… Read more
Why are high-yield portfolios dismissed as inferior to their growth counterparts?
For the second time in a week, we had a “margin
call” day. That’s what I’ve started to call those days where the market
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