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Eric Rosengren is less optimistic than most of his Fed peers when making estimates for forward looking unemployment or second half economic growth.
I don't think it would be too much of a stretch to imagine that too many investors, or citizens for that matter, will mind seeing March 2020 head on out of here.
You have to invest with your eyes wide open -- especially to the mirage of stock-based exchange-traded funds.
It seemed to happen overnight. People watched. People listened. People cared. About what? Individual stocks.
This week brings key results from Micron, Nike and FedEx, among others.
Turning to corporate earnings to be had next week, much like this week there will be a handful of ones to dissect ahead of the upcoming December quarter earnings bonanza that will kick off in about one month. Here are some of the ones worth watching...
Retail has proved a volatile industry as tastes and trends change -- and now there are some signs that Amazon shares could be turning vulnerable, too.
Here's a look at a few tech names whose selloffs are arguably overdone.
The lack of accurate predictability across all of these metrics is why a certain level of diversification is always necessary.
* Non-stop trading is a mugs' game * So, don't catch the "Stock Trading Jones" Speaking of my trading inactivity today, let's get back to too much trading. Here is another repost from seven years ago on this subject: This morning I want to explain ...
Key to a China trade deal will be that both sides come away from the G-20 meeting with the feeling that progress has been made, and that the schedule of tariffs has not been expanded.
As a trader, I very well may participate in Lyft stock. As an investor? No thank you.
As we head into the close, we've got a few earnings reports coming at us after the close. None of them are likely to move the market one way or another but here they are: - Oxford Industries - Progress Software - RH - Science Applications - Smart Gl...
When NVDA reports Q4 after Thursday's market close, I would prefer to buy a big selloff than see strength post-earnings and chase higher.
I still believe the company will find a concrete home in smart calls.
We are absolutely due for a rip-your-face-off rally in the wake of entering a bear market.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell appears intent to reverse a near decade's worth of policy in just a couple of years.
Users are drawn to the strong cybersecurity associated with BlackBerry's systems.
* In most periods trade with moderation - but when volatility rises so does my trading book * Don't catch the 'Stock Trading Jones' My trading activity during the spooky month of October was frenetic and my monthly trading (in shares) eclipsed any t...
If Musk is barred from running this company, as with any sinking ship, the rats will finally flee.
Tech Data has a solid balance sheet and scores well on Value Line's metric for earnings predictability.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen weighs in on the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China.
Here's what you need to know going into Friday afternoon.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen remains bullish despite an earnings related stock selloff on Friday. Chen also told TheStreet he is looking at making deals this year.
We will hear next Thursday, in 'round two,' which banks have actually passed or failed on their capital plans.
I just previewed what I'll be looking for in tonight's earnings report from Adobe Systems , now let's take a look a who's reporting tomorrow morning. We have three reports and in my view all three should offer some insight. They are: Blackberry - Th...
The electric-car giant has short list of positives, but far-longer list of negatives.