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Summer Kennedy, the 2014 Playmate of the year, is a fierce day trader who gets up at 5AM in Los Angeles to trade stocks and share ideas on Twitter. Some would say thats the sign this market is ready to flop.
Housing continues to stage a comeback with the latest evidence from the New Home Sales report, coming in at a seven-year high pace of 546,000.
This will be another news-driven week where outside influences have a much greater impact on the stock market than economic data and corporate news.
This week, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen engaged in a kiss with Wall Street. She answered one question about the Fed never hiking rates and replied that she couldnt make an ironclad promise.
Greeces Impossible Timetable and Lessons for America goes way beyond a couple days of stock market volatility.
According to the Federal Reserve, Household wealth increased to $84.9 billion in the first quarter of this year, driven by $487 billion increase in stocks and $503 billion increase in the value of homes.
Whoawhere did that come from? This dull market of 2015 seemed to hark from when Bruce Banner became the Incredible Hulk, and a lot of experts started yelling, Look out below!
The State of the Bailout as of this month is a net gain of $80 billion, which will be sold to the public as some kind of win for taxpayers. However, considering the way these companies put themselves at risk and the return on investment, it is like a high-wire artist who takes a plummeting fall and lives to take a bow.
There wasnt a lot of news from the G7 summit meeting yesterday, save for the fact that the United States is still formulating a strategy on how to deal with ISIS. Photos from the gathering are actually making more news, including this photo of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Obama.
Yesterday, two big names in investing on Fox Business were talking about a potential market correction, but its not the first time these giants have tried to warn the world.
There are certain market trends that have developed during this bull market, including seasonal periods of weakness and strength. The question is, seeing a high probability of weakness into the end of next month, should investors ride it out or cool their heels on the sidelines.
If the market feels lackluster, thats because it has been. In fact, we enter today's session with the third-longest streak of gains and losses less than 0.20%. With the summer doldrums already here, what does that mean for the stock market?
In the last 24-hours, critics of central banks have two different pieces of fodder to vent their complaints.
Breaking news: American investors and fence-sitters struck with Schleprock Syndrome as major stock market indices continue to trend near all-time highs.
Four members of the Fed spoke within the last two days, including the three members who spoke yesterday. The biggest voice was that of Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who wasted no time spooking the market with her assessment that stated equity valuations are "quite high.
Once again, we start out the session in an indecisive manner. While there was no visible reason for stocks to be higher out of the gate yesterday, but they were there's no real reason stocks should begin today's session lower, but they will.
The Dow rebounded on Friday, keeping the index in the plus column for the year, but over the past week, it was unable to break the down-trend line of lower highs and lows.
There was no question the economy is soft, but the advance release of the first quarter of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) hit like a punch to the gut.
Don't look now, but the New York Mets are in first place and while Chris Rock's friends never heard of a Met, so far this baseball season reminds us that things can, and do, change.