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Let's look at exchange-traded funds that invest in AAA-rated collateralized loan obligations and see how they stack up.
The idea is to identify those that might ultimately recover in the new year.
Plus, Russia could provide a real-time clinical trial of a coronavirus vaccine.
The S&P 500 Index Committee has work to do as it decides which companies remain in the index, and that could impact whether some remain Aristocrats.
This contraction has been dramatic and unpredictable -- and best outcomes cannot be driven solely through economic creativity.
'The Fed has just put the economy in an induced coma, attaching it on fiscal and monetary life support, hoping that when the time passes it can be brought back to life.'
Let's review the charts and indicators once again.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
While the president is pushing coal, this corporate giant is stepping up to cut the carbon cord.
Only because of the incessant brainwashing of individuals by an industry with a bias toward indexing do we have this attitude that stocks are one and the same. They are anything but.
RE is on the defensive now. Stand aside.
Insurance companies should be sensitive to the direction of interest rates.
The Chinese government has now demonstrated an ability to control the S&P 500, even at the risk of Chinese domestic capital flight.
The combination of growing dividends along with simultaneous share buybacks can be powerful.
Did the Fed aid Microsoft? No, Microsoft aided Microsoft. J&J aided J&J. Procter aided Procter.
With the risk of further declines, traders and investors should stand aside on AIG.
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
Markets will be watching subscriber growth and pricing power when NFLX reports on Tuesday.
The problems at GE are all about hubris and hurt feelings.
Go long on strong fundamentals, or try this options strategy.
Consistency in discipline will make the difference.
I'll share what I saw first, and then what I see as the next immediate decision in TSLA.
The financial sector has a long history of doing better earnings-wise as interest rates rise.