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Dow Jones Industrial Average Today: Your 5 Must-Read Stories
For the fourth straight trading session, U.S. stocks climbed on news that General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and other companies beat quarterly expectations.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average today fell 16 points to 16,408.5; the S&P 500 gained 2.5 points to 1,864.8; the Nasdaq rose 9.2 points to 4,095.5.Here a recap of today's major market events.
Hot Stocks to Watch: This Week's Earnings Winners and Losers
Some hot stocks to watch today are those making big moves on earnings news.
Two high profile tech companies slumped after missing Wall Street estimates. But, a couple of investment banks, a beverage giant and a gourmet burrito chain all reported better-than-expected numbers and moved higher.Here are some you can't miss, like GS, GOOG, and CMG.
Energy Investing Alert: Soon All Investors Will Be Able to Hit It Big in Oil and Gas
Last September the SEC changed its regulations on how big-time oil and gas projects can be financed, allowing smaller investors to participate directly in owning parts of oil and gas production.
We moved forward with Money Map Project #1 soon after, releasing it to our subscribers at the end of last year.
That project was limited to "accredited investors."But now we're working on a way for ALL investors to get in on direct energy investing deals...
Why the Stock Market Is Closed on Good Friday
Wall Street is full of adages, superstitions, and myths – and that includes the explanation of why the stock market is closed on Good Friday.
Good Friday is the only non-federal holiday when the NYSE closes. Rumor has it that it's closed due to serious crashes that occurred in the years it did open that day.But that's not the real story...
Three Orphan Drug Stocks to Buy When the Biotech Market Is Down
There's no sugarcoating it: Biotech stocks have had a rough run in the past month.
But when other investors are running for the hills, Money Morning experts are finding profit plays. With biotech stocks trading lower, there are excellent buy-in opportunities on valuable biotech companies.
Orphan drugs offer some of the best profit plays in biotech as the have extremely lucrative markets cornered.And these three stocks to buy are the best orphan drug plays now...
Why Tesla Motors (Nasdaq: TSLA) Stock Is Confusing the Experts
When you think about Tesla Motors, do you consider it an auto company or a tech company?
If you're having a tough time choosing, you're not alone. A lot of investors and analysts are getting tripped up by Tesla's unusual hybrid nature as a maker of innovative electric cars.
That confusion explains why Tesla has been such a volatile stock.The answer isn’t as hard as it looks – and it sheds a lot of light on where TSLA is headed from here.
Best Investments in Tech: It's Not Time to Panic… It's Time to Buy
Over the last couple weeks, the pundits have come out of the woodwork with all sorts of dire predictions about the tech market.
To be sure, the Nasdaq is down about 5% over the last month. But we look at declines as great buying opportunities that, if handled correctly, can help you build your net worth.Here are four of the best investments that you can make right now to turn the market's recent turmoil to your financial advantage.
Bank of America (NYSE: BAC): Someone from This Fraud Machine Needs to Go to Jail
Last week Bank of America (BofA) got slammed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for fraudulent marketing and sales of "add-on" products.
The CFPB found that they had ripped off credit card customers by selling them identity theft protection and credit protection programs, without ever actually providing much of anything.
Read all about BofA's shady marketing practices… the other banks that have also engaged in fraud…and why someone needs to be locked up for it...
Black Monday Stock Market Crash Returns to Haunt 2014
Chart watchers have noticed an eerie pattern – the bull market of 1982, which ended in the Black Monday stock market crash of 1987, looks way too much like the current bull market.
And while no one can predict the markets for certain, the chart lines for the two bull markets have given many market analysts pause, including Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald.
Even if we don't get a full-blown crash, a correction is long overdue.Here's what investors need to do now.