Since the election investors have been trying divine which stocks are “Trump” stocks and which are not.
After years of relatively calm and essentially range bound markets, the conventional wisdom regarding a Trump Presidency is it would augur in a new era of heightened volatility.
After the initial explosive rally following the election the major indices, and many individual stocks, have been trading sideways within narrow range. This has frustrated many investors who are …
Few markets, including the never-boring precious metals complex, have had a profound turnaround quite like steel stocks.
When energy companies big and small, from ExxonMobil (XOM) and Chevron (CVX) to Cabot Oil & Gas (COG) and HollyFrontier (HFC) report earnings next week they should all show …
Tough talk from politicians, from Theresa May’s speech laying out the path for a ‘hard Brexit’ to Trump tweets threatening higher border tariffs, is starting to seep into market …
Investing is all about picking a style with which you feel comfortable and sticking to it.
Since hitting a high of 2.7% in late December yield on the 10-Year Treasury Note has dropped some 35 basis points to 2.35%.
While computer and electronic trading has increasingly dominated trading volume, human beings still play an important role for creating efficient and fair markets.
When the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit an all-time high on Friday, the media expressed not jubilance, but frustration.