As the Dow begins to flatten, investors are beginning to wonder if we are just one destabilizing event away from another stock market crash.
During the 2016 campaign, then candidate Trump promised “we’re going to save the coal industry.”
The agreement funding the government expires on April 28, and that has a lot of people wondering, “will there be a government shutdown?”
The “Trump Rally” saw the Dow surge 16% from Election Day to its all-time high of 21,115 on March 1.
On Thursday (March 16), the government’s ability to borrow more money will be frozen.
And the consequences could be catastrophic.
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WTI crude oil prices plunged 8% this week, from $53.20 a barrel on Monday to a low of $49.05 today (March 9).
Our oil price predictions for 2017 are for WTI crude oil prices to climb up to $62 a barrel and Brent crude to rise up to $65 a barrel.
But there’s a lot that goes into our oil price forecast that can shake up the price of oil in 2017.
President Trump’s executive order on Friday (Feb. 3) has many wondering whether Trump will undo Dodd-Frank.
Naturally, this creating uncertainty for investors.
Ever since President Trump proposed to make “America energy independent,” people have been asking “how much oil does the U.S. have?”
Exxon earnings come out tomorrow, but while observers are anxiously awaiting the report, savvy investors should avoid the stock no matter what the report says.