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While supply-chain constraints are a global problem, consumer-level inflation is not yet as broad a problem, or at least not evenly distributed.
Equity markets rallied out of an "almost deep" hole earlier in the day to finish the session close enough to unchanged. The S&P 500 tacked on 5 points or 0.13%, while the Nasdaq Composite picked up 15 points or 0.11%. The Dow Industrials closed down...
Let me show you how one or a few mega-cap stocks can skew the picture of the market.
Let's look at the many positive story lines out there -- which having nothing to do with the Fed -- and what they mean for investors.
We are again recommending the long side of ANTM, and here are some prices to watch.
The small-caps that were so hot eight weeks ago are still struggling to find support.
Let's look at this impossible move on the market -- and why health care could be coming off life support.
How Interesting. On Wednesday, market participants rotated out of the un-rotation that had been in vogue for most of April.
Why own mutual funds? Or, rather, what to do if you do own them right now?
The technical indicators of the health benefits concern are not sending strong signals at present.
I am talking about themes that can stand the test not of today, or tomorrow, but for all of 2021 and beyond.
From Amazon to Zoom, here are my prognostications and best ideas for the new year.
The most important market takeaway right now is that both the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 have filled their respective gaps and retaken their 50-day simple moving averages.
Here's why a Republican Senate and a Democratic White House and House, may be nirvana for growth.
While the market appears to be enjoying the election results (so far), here's my take on electric vehicles, health care, metals and restaurants.
Right now, the market is furiously trying to price in a Blue Wave, and the health care sector is getting clobbered. But here's how I think things play out.
Things will pick up quickly as a variety of sectors start to report providing a better sense of overall expectations.
Covid itself, and therapeutics or vaccines associated with taking on the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, is under a public microscope.
September, not October, is historically the weakest month of the year for equity markets, though October has had more high profile collapses.
Both Apple and Tesla are chopping shares into pieces, which will let individual investors have a shot at buying them.
The market's performance in the three months leading up to a presidential election has displayed an uncanny ability to forecast which party will win the White House.
Overall, the banks failed you again. But the future for two of them is much brighter than the past.