Square (SQ) is the ‘other’ company founded and run by Jack Dorsey, but unlike the much maligned Twitter (TWTR), Square’s mobile payment platform, has enjoyed strong growth and a quick path to profitability.
Much ink has been spilled, and backed up by data, regarding investors’ migration towards ploughing money into passive funds.
Much has been written about the current low volatility environment and the possible reasons, from Central Bank intervention, to interconnectivity of global markets and more sophisticated hedging strategies.
With the prospects for global growth to pick up steam and the air coming out of tech stocks this could be a good time to look at investing in commodities.
As cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) have soared over 2,500% to all-time highs this year, it behooves progressive investors such as myself to become educated in the technology, the players and the potential future.
The stock market continues to power to new highs with nary a pullback.
The stock market is nothing but bullish.
The financials sector, especially the large money center banks like JP Morgan (JPM) and Citigroup were among the strongest performers following the election with the SPDR Financial (XLE) rallying some 20% in the month after the election.
Much ink has been spilled over investors migration, more like stampede, to passive investing in the form index based Exchange Traded Fund (ETFs). This shift has been both applauded and lambasted.
It can be a fun parlor game trying to guess when a bull market might end but it can be dangerous to your financial health.