Some investors have blindly trusted Wall Street’s “buy the dips” mantra ever since 2009. And companies have obliged by spending some $2.3 trillion on stock buybacks since then.
A country has to have at least two straight quarters of negative economic growth to experience a textbook recession. There are 11 big economies in recession right now.
Making millions in the stock market is simple – all you have to do is predict its direction. Easier said than done, right? Not necessarily.
Just because battered U.S. stocks got an extra day of rest over the three-day weekend doesn’t mean they’re going to be ready to suddenly get up and fight their way higher.
Starting today, America’s big banks turn in their Q4 2015 report cards.
Some analysts expect positive earnings news to push share prices sharply higher, but there probably won’t be any positive bank earnings surprises.
Predicting market performance in any given year is a lot like predicting heavyweight fights; you assess each fighter’s history, weigh it against their opponent, read the “tale of the tape,” and put your money down on the line.
You’ve just got to love the junk bond market. It’s sent stocks on a nice year-end rally for us, and the profits have been sweet.
But don’t fall in love with those stocks at these highs.
Investors are better off borrowing from a P2P lending site than investing in any of them.
If you want to get an online loan, go for it – but don’t waste your money betting on any of the sites being a home-run investment.
I’m going to tell you exactly what’s going to happen with the Fed rate hike how to play it.