Economy, Stocks | January 15

Iknow that, like me, a lot of investors are feeling uneasy these days. No matter how much logical analysis tells you that U.S. stocks can keep moving higher based on capital flows, no matter how many times attempted corrections stall after

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Economy | January 7

The stock market is vulnerable to a drawdown to begin in 2021 after a fierce performance last year, according to Morgan Stanley's chief investment officer, Mike Wilson.Optimism is high in the market right now as investors can see the vaccine-led economic

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Economy | December 16

The coronavirus is accelerating a significant tech exodus out of California, with Oracle (ORCL) announcing Friday that it has moved its headquarters from Redwood City to Austin, Texas. The move came just days after Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk announced he’d

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Economy, Trading | December 2

November’s strong rally may have stolen some of the thunder from a year-end rally.Promising vaccine news spurred a major rotation in November into cyclical stocks, like industrials and financials - the stocks that will do well in an economic recovery.The S&P

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Economy, Investing, Stocks | November 10

The U.S. election was a nail biter with nothing being officially decided until four days after voting day. But that uncertainty didn’t stop the stock market from surging the day after votes were cast nationwide.The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.34%, while the S&P

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Economy | November 6

The current day trading boom will end as these frenzies always do: in tears. While we wait for the inevitable crash, let’s review not only why day traders are doomed but also why most people shouldn’t trade, or even invest in,

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Economy, Stocks | October 28

We’re just days away from one of the most anticipated elections in history. And I’m afraid millions of investors are going to waste time and money trying to “guess” who’ll win and how it will impact markets.The truth is, smart investors

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Economy | October 19

If the outcome of the Presidential Election remains unclear for an extended period, how would it impact the stock market?The Economist is nervous.“The democratic cycle, for all its virtues, tends to bring with it a dose of uncertainty—first about who will win

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Economy | October 12

WFH may be the trendiest acronym on Wall Street. Whether it’s videogames, virtual meetings, or online shopping, the pandemic accelerated growth for “work from home” companies, while the broader economy hit a wall.Yet some analysts now see better risk/reward in stocks

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