|Day Low/High||240.11 / 248.84|
|52 Wk Low/High||199.73 / 265.97|
I had thought markets were smitten with the idea of gridlock. Now, they seem laser focused on looser fiscal policy as a catalyst.
As an investor, you are mercenary in nature. Never forget that. Politics and investment success must be compartmentalized.
Financial markets have been warped by policy, which has severed price discovery from underlying economic performance.performance. Know where the exit doors are along the way.
Iran tension is not the market-turning catalyst one might have expected.
Apparently, unless the Iranian military simply does not train on their weapons, which I do not believe, the exercise was one of saving face... for now.
My overall market posture has been one of leaning toward the defensive. I have no intention of making this stance permanent.
As we wind down the trading week and I get my notes together, we have little in the way of economic data and earnings reports coming at us on Monday. Currently the first expected earnings reports for next week are slotted for Tuesday and include Lev...
After the week's Fed speak, CPI data for June arrives on Thursday.
Market participants are smart enough to know by now that when one must venture across thin ice, one does not linger.
The cloud sector has suffered, but this is how to navigate this selloff.
These multi-stream retailers had a nice first half; here is a setup into earnings.
These funds will track futures already trading in Chicago, and not actual Bitcoin.
Weakness below $95 and then $90 will turn the picture more negative.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data plus some key earnings reports for the coming week.
About 100 years of data are showing market patterns that point to more upside for 2011.