Garrett Baldwin discusses the indicators that tell us we're in a recession, regardless of whether or not officials acknowledge it.
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The Wall Street saying, “The trend is your friend” rings pretty true.
Indeed, when D.C.
sets trends – multibillion-dollar ones, to be exact – you better follow along or risk missing the boat.
That’s because policies move markets, and Shah’s seeing the smart money already on the move ahead of the administration’s $1.9 trillion “American Rescue Plan.” Today, he’ll show you a couple of ways to make sure you’re on the winning side… .
The first full week of a new administration is the perfect time to take a long view of what they want to change to align ourselves with the trillions of dollars that are about to flow through the huge U.S.
Shah will show you how to "follow the money" here….
We are in the midst of one of the most important earnings seasons to date.
The coronavirus has impacted revenue across the globe, and it isn't over. Now we're getting a glimpse as to how big that impact is.
The pandemic has left 174 million people unemployed worldwide, which has ultimately resulted in $2.1 trillion in lost income. Yet the Nasdaq just hit an all-time high of 11,069.
We don't know which way each stock will go after earnings, but we don't need to…
What we do know is there will be volatility in the coming weeks – and where there's volatility, there's opportunity. There are tons of gains on the table for your taking.
Today, I'm going to show you a strategy that allows you to secure profits no matter what direction stocks move on their earnings reports.
Then I'm going to give five trade recommendations to put this strategy to work now – you want to get into the first one by Thursday… Full Story
The Dow Jones now is volatile after the Federal Reserve released the results of 119 bond issue purchases within two days as of June 17.
The central bank had scooped up huge chunks of debt from AT&T Corp. (NYSE: T), UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH), Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA) and Walmart Stores (NYSE: WMT).
Read for more events moving the Dow today.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average faces a battle today after the U.S. Department of Labor reported more than 3 million jobless claims.
They expected 1.5 million.
The Great Recession jobless peak was 665,000.
The ongoing coronavirus crisis has decimated the hospitality, retail, restaurant, and airline industries, in addition to secondary businesses that cater to these sectors.
Read on for details.
Some Wall Street analysts make a career out of being bearish.
These "Chicken Littles" of the investment world are always worried about something.
Politics, economics, China trade, an aging bull market, the weather – you name it, they always have something bad to say.
But we're entering December, what could be the most profitable month of the year.
And there are options trading strategies you can use to take advantage of that.
The Dow Jones today will pop up to 150 points thanks to stronger-than-expected earnings from UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH).
The health insurance giant topped earnings and revenue expectations and hiked its full-year guidance.
The Dow Jones today fell 50 points out the gate as investors continue to monitor developments on the U.S.-China trade front.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slide more than 2% on Friday alone, and today isn't shaping up to be much better.
Dow futures are already down 74 points ahead of trading today and the index is now on the verge of falling below the 24,000 level.