One firm has proposed a “tiny” solution to the huge problem that high-frequency trading (HFT) poses to individual investors, challenging the way every other stock exchange does business.
Both U.S. and overseas stocks have been rallying since their ugly August sell-off. But, if these key commodity prices tank, expect stock prices to follow.
Glencore Plc. is the world’s biggest, most important commodities trader, and it is in big trouble, under heavy pressure from all directions.
It’s the biggest commodities-trading player on Earth. And it’s in big trouble. I’m speaking, of course, about Glencore Plc.
Here’s the truth about how close the company is to the edge of the cliff, how markets would be affected by a Glencore “credit event,” the signals that will tell you a crash is imminent…
The story of the man who started Glencore is a crazy one. But it pales compared to the ongoing story of Glencore itself.
Everyone loves a bull market, and it seems that almost everyone fears a bear market.
Not me… I love them both.
Company stock buybacks sound innocent enough: a stock buyback occurs when a company repurchases its own shares.
With no real positives to boost markets, important support levels had better hold… or it’s over.
The first ETF debuted back in 1993. ETFs have displaced regular mutual funds as the investment of choice: The amount of money ETFs hold has skyrocketed more than 2,000% – compared with a paltry 120% for regular funds.