Apparently Wall Street didn't get the memo about a lazy August. Let's see why volatility could make investors sweat a little bit, look at new lows and check on weakening momentum.
The negatives are painfully obvious, but the market is running hot and forcing those who think the action is illogical to add long exposure.
Let's see how this story could unfold for investors -- and what strategy might win the happiest ending possible.
The 1% corporate tax on stock buybacks is starting out small, but there's nothing to say the percentage couldn't grow over time now that it's implemented.
I'm in Britain for the first time in years, where it's pretty much business as usual now. The contrast with repressive, quarantine-addicted Hong Kong couldn't be starker.
None of the stocks on my 'Sweet Seventeen' list of best ideas are even remotely close to what I calculate as fair values over the coming 12-24 months.
As our appetite expands to 'take what we can get' investments, let's look at three funds from Global X and see how they stack up against major index funds.
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