Well, at least the moon. At major stock market tops when optimism for the future knows no bounds – as exists today, we see major projects that are shooting skywards – literally. Not only are we seeing huge skyscrapers around the world that are vying
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There is much chatter in the MSM and elsewhere about the newly-emerging yield curve inversion. Just like the Brexit issue, pundits are deeply divided over what this means for stocks and the economy. For instance, here is one author who believes it can be ignored
As stock market bears gasp in disbelief, the Dow powered into even higher highs in the scorching post-Christmas rally yesterday. Does something smell fishy to you about this stunning move? It certainly did to me – until I discovered who the big buyers are. And
Most investors/traders subscribe to the view that markets follow the news and data releases. The problem with this view is that very often, what most consider ‘bullish’ data is sometimes met with selling (and vice versa). But sometimes, ‘bullish’ data/news is met with an advance.