The Market Focus Now Is on Macroeconomic Factors

We're left with some pretty dreary action in individual stocks.

My 'Druckenmiller' Investing Game Plan: 3 Ways of Adjusting to the New Reality

Here is how I plan to play a sideways market should the hedge fund manager's views turn out to be prescient.

Alibaba Figurehead Jack Ma Accepts Three University Posts

The Alibaba co-founder will spend time in Tokyo, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong, giving him plenty of reasons to extend his self-imposed exile outside mainland China.

Market Faces Its Most Significant News of 2023: Fed Policy and Apple Earnings

What's most important isn't the actual news but the reaction to that news.

Cautious Optimism? First Republic, Macroeconomics, Fed, Earnings, Week Ahead

The real news Monday morning is that JPMorgan is taking over First Republic Bank.

Why Running Toward the Fire Can Get You a Hot Bargain or Two

Here's what I've been buying this week. Try not get burned, and generate above-market returns.

'70s Redux? I'm in Druckenmiller's Camp, But Not Ready to Accept a 'Lost Decade'

It is eerie how this economic and political environment seems more and more like a previous era.

Forget 'Sell in May and Go Away,' There's a More Common S&P 500 Pattern Now

We always cringe when everyone has the same expectations.

I'm Not Giddy About Amazon Stock, But Is Now the Time to Invest?

The best thing this firm could do to improve its situation would be to aggressively accelerate its cost cutting program.

Japan's Central Bank Announces Review of Its Longtime Easy Money Policy

The Bank of Japan wrapped up its first interest rate meeting under new Governor Kazuo Ueda, who will go slow with the policy review.