Investor concern over how the growing use of negative interest rates will destroy the market was underscored today after Japan left rates in negative territory and signaled further easing is likely.
Some investors have grown complacent amid the 14% recovery in U.S. equities following the worst ever start to a year.
Down 67% year to date, Valeant stock has even further to fall.
What we learned from the FOMC’s March 15-16 meeting minutes is that policymakers are divided when it comes to the pace of hiking Federal Reserve interest rates and the health of the global economy.
The markets may be up in the last month, but the threat of a stock market crash in 2016 is still very real.
After another dovish Federal Reserve interest rate statement from Chair Janet Yellen yesterday, global stocks and commodities are rallying.
A growing number of Wall Street experts have become increasingly critical of companies highlighting adjusted earnings. Also known as non-GAAP, these adjusted earnings are repeatedly being used to deceive investors…
The Valeant stock price crashed nearly 39% today (Tuesday) to $40.00 after the company reported dismal earnings and weak guidance for 2016.
U.S. markets have logged four consecutive weeks of gains, but investors shouldn’t get too comfortable. In fact, we’ve spotted three signs a stock market crash could be coming in 2016…
The price of silver has climbed 12% in 2016, and we found one major reason why silver prices will continue to rise in 2016.