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We have to care about this bidding war because there's a lot more woe-is-me going on about stocks right now than there should be.
Scarcity may be the most important word right now in describing what's working in the stock market and what's dragging us down.
Let's check out the charts and indicators on the railroad.
Wednesday afternoon the Fed's Federal Open Market Committee will publish the central bank's first official policy statement of 2021.
As promised, here's my short list of corporate earnings reports to watch next week: Monday, January 25: Xilinx . Tuesday, January 26: American Express ; Raytheon Technologies ; Verizon ; F5 Networks ; Microsoft ; Starbucks . Wednesday, January 27: ...
And we have yet another data point that speaks to owning at least some cybersecurity exposure in your portfolio: Data apparently belonging to employees of the United Parcel Service and Norfolk Southern was published online to a leak site by the gan...
I have the answer, and it's something I learned as a rookie nearly four decades ago.
The president hit the bid in order to avoid a government shutdown, and stop 'the people' out at $600.
The 'work from home' or 'economic lockdown' trade is close to being back on.
Let's check out both the stocks that are going strong -- even without a stimulus -- and what I call the nascent bull markets.
Watch Apple, it will tell the tale.
First, let's closely watch this semiconductor company for the telecoms, and then examine the industrials, transports and retailers.
Equity markets had a tougher day on Wednesday than immediately meets the eye. And did you catch what Trump said?
Many quality companies that fit into the socially responsible investing camp offer direct-purchase plans, allowing investors an easy way to build an SRI portfolio.
We're cheering what may be an aberration, a bullish employment number. We'll take what it brings - a wholesale shift in what we're buying and what we're selling to fund it.
There was a mild increase in trading volume at the New York Stock Exchange, but it was a rotational shift.
There is no political will on either side of the aisle to address ever expanding deficits.
Beyond an algorithmic reaction, I do not expect an overtly positive market reaction when pen is put to paper on Phase One.
The Defense Department's potential $10 billion award for their cloud computing contract is a never ending saga with Microsoft and Amazon as finalists.
It's all because some stocks are more powerful than others and the aberrations are to the downside. Not the upside.
Plus, a look at the uncertain prospects for a Saudi Aramco initial public offering.
The rail car maker is likely riding into a slower period of demand for its products, which investors should keep in mind when considering it as a dividend play.
Watch closely as the government opens a broad antitrust investigation into unidentified leading online technology platforms
And just why do we have a federal debt ceiling, anyway? An argument for doing away with it.