The fund is at a key spot technically, and there is real fear that if this spot cracks, what looks like a stretch of rough rapids could become a waterfall.
The question is not if but when things blow up.
If you hate the taxman, you'll continue to be an owner of stocks, not a seller.
Thirteen Chinese tech firms have been told to change their ways by stopping anticompetitive practices and getting licenses for consumer credit.
The differences in approach between the two most basic strategies for how to grow an economy are as stark as the division they cause among economists.
There are similarities between conditions more than 50 years ago and the present state of affairs that should give investors cause for concern.
The US Ten Year Note has been on the move, and the US Dollar Index has also been climbing overnight.
With the economy apparently growing robustly, the Fed has to watch how the president's plans play out in terms of the size and scope of deficit spending.
There is no warning to exit the stock market, but be aware the landscape will change.
The administration's actions and plans aren't friendly to either investors or business operators.
Although indices were flat for the week, that is exactly what we need for better technical conditions after the dips.
With freedom of speech under attack, investment banks are quietly de-emphasizing operations in the city, often shifting Asian hubs to Singapore.
The market was surprised by aggressive tax proposals that whacked a small-cap recovery just as it started to build.
The president's plans to raise taxes aren't a surprise, but hiking the capital gains rate significantly isn't such a hot idea.
The market is concerned that these taxes would trigger a rush to lock in gains before possibly higher rates went into effect.
Don't fear the taxman, view this one as an opportunity, not a penalty.
Canada made the developed world's first moves toward normalizing monetary policy coming out of the pandemic, despite the fact that Canada does not seem to be flattening its own curve.
Thursday's actions by the U.S. on Russia highlight how crypto makes it much easier for despots to avoid the impact of sanctions.
The 'organic' economy has to take over at some point, and at that point, at least in theory, demand for credit should accelerate.
I see no path to improve relations and many to make things even hotter.
These seven concerns are why I took money out of the market for my charitable trust.
If you're looking for the meme traders, we found them. They're trading cryptocurrencies ahead of the Coinbase direct listing.
I don't think President Biden pays much attention to the stock market at all.
I expect that stronger economic data will actually cause the market to assume more rate hikes down the road.
Quite a few stocks are fading right now -- not due to poor fundamentals, but due to lack of buying interest.
Among other things, I'm not optimistic that tons of federal "infrastructure" spending will be spent on anything remotely related to infrastructure.
I find his comments about China the most compelling after his salvo about racial equality.
Plus, a look at the technical setup of KLA Corp.
How so? First, they are about more than just GIFs and JPEGs.
Yes, the cost of doing business in the U.S. is going higher. How close are we to becoming an artificially managed economy, which by the way has failed on every attempt made in human history?