It didn’t take long for 2007 to kick into high gear and nowhere was this more evident […]
Since the lifting of last Tuesday’s election uncertainty, the major market indices have continued their upward march. […]
In my view there is just too much risk right now for me to declare that the bull is back in town: a slowing economy, interest rates, the housing bubble, and geopolitical turmoil all still are where they were before we entered September […]
Once again, the Fed has screwed up
Recent sporadic market movements are just more of the same activity that we have seen since mid-May, reflecting completely insincere attempts to move higher. And optimistic investors are left holding the bag
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The Aug. 9 decision by the Federal Reserve not to raise interest rates for the first time in more than two years was supposed to be greeted with a big celebration on Wall Street. But the rally fizzled […]
This week we witnessed renewed violence in the Middle East that sent stocks reeling. […]
Wednesday’s jolt to Wall Street came courtesy of North Korea, as the rogue nation test-fired another long-range missile.
Ever since the early part of May, being long this market hasn’t been a very comfortable ride.
Year to date, investors in individual stocks have been punished for their optimism. […]