Of all the scary things that happened last Monday when the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,000 points, nothing was scarier than what happened with exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
Fed Opacity is Suffocating the Markets
Market observers continue to give short shrift to the fact that the Federal Reserve is the perpetrator of the “Red Wedding” in the markets. The Federal Reserve doesn’t trust the markets. It thinks it knows better than the markets how to set the price of capital and create the conditions for economic growth.
Although stocks have recovered somewhat, the six consecutive days of losses have many investors asking, “Is this a bear market?”
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Investing in natural gas is going to be a major source of energy profits in years to come.
But to know where the profits are, you must understand how the industry is evolving.
Venezuela is desperate but here’s why they’re getting no support from fellow OPEC members.
When China’s stock market began to falter in June, China’s smart money took the hint and started for the exits.
The Dow plunged 1,089 points Monday on the open, prompting investors to ask us, Will the stock market shut down today?