US stocks marked their worst-ever start to a year. The Dow Jones Industrials Index plunged about 1100-points, or 6.2%, in the first five trading days.
The new year ahead will be like none we have ever seen before. 2017 promises to be full of surprises, but, with this basic blueprint, you’ll be ready for anything.
I urge you to look for the investment opportunity that doesn’t make sense. It didn’t make sense that oil and commodities would be among the best performers in 2016.
States legalised marijuana for recreational and medical use. Despite pot still being federally illegal, it has become legal in 28 states.
We’re talking about cycles, and today is the end of one cycle. But tomorrow, the trend reverses. The days grow longer again. The sun is reborn.
Trump used his showmanship to bypass the traditional parties, traditional media…speaking directly to people in language the Twitter Age understands.
Given the Fed’s appalling record in reading the economy correctly, the recent rate rise is a case of way too little, far too late.
In one of the most long-awaited interest rate hikes in history, overnight, the US Federal Reserve bumped up the Fed funds rate by 25 basis points.
With some of the nation’s most successful moneymen at his side, many people are betting Trump will bring a sustained boom.
Given China’s economic growth is relatively healthy, you have to ask why capital isn’t interested in hanging around.
In this series, we are describing how crony capitalism works. The cronies don’t break the law; instead, they make the law.
Sears is running out of time and money. It had $1.8 billion in the till a year ago. Now it has only $238 million. And $3 billion in debt.
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Over the long term, stocks have gone up. That’s why we figure it’s wrong to obsess about crashing stocks. That doesn’t mean you should ignore the potential.