Charles Payne

Posted May 03, 2016

The market has had an interesting two-day period thats either adding confusion or a reflection of confusion.

Posted May 02, 2016

They say records are made to be broken.

Posted April 29, 2016

Gross domestic product was a major disappointment as consumers turned off the spigots on long term outlays, in part because of rising cost on healthcare, which continues to gobble up large swathes of the economy.

Posted April 28, 2016

The Dow is up 21 points, and while that might not sound like a big deal, coming into the session investors were bracing for as much as 200 points lower. Apple has come off its lows and Boeing is unchanged.

Posted April 27, 2016

Once again consumer confidence continues to slide as people seemed more confused than pessimistic, although, one might argue whats the difference?

Posted April 26, 2016

It was a rollicking week for the market; whipped around by corporate earnings that continued the trend of top line misses and bottom line beats.

Posted April 25, 2016

We hear the words revolt and revolution a lot these days, but we may be too complacent of a nation to stay angry beyond November. However, Prince had it right- start a revolution within your own life.

Posted April 21, 2016

According to the Bank of America, coming into this week their clients have been net sellers of stock for 12 consecutive weeks.

Posted April 20, 2016

Spring is typically a great time for real estate and home builders.

Posted April 19, 2016

When I lived in North Dakota, I was amazed at how much the state focused on Chinas economy and more importantly, the demand for wheat back in 1981.

Posted April 18, 2016

Dont look now, but gasoline prices are beginning to ratchet higher, and by the end of the year, our gas-price holiday could become a nightmare.

Posted April 15, 2016

Shorts began a bit of covering last month, finishing with 8.86 billion shares shorted from 9.0 billion.

Posted April 14, 2016

Oil companies are assuming that a deal will be done in Doha, Qatars capital and Wall Street is assuming that earnings will beat watered-down estimates.

Posted April 13, 2016

So, could it be true, could the worlds big oil producers come to their senses and cap production?

Posted April 12, 2016

The market has suddenly been set adrift, seeking some kind of tailwind to resume the remarkable and perfectly timed rebound that began with the intraday session on February 11.

Posted April 11, 2016

There are lots of things bugging the market these days, from the extraordinary strength of the Japanese yen, to the stepped-up aggression of President Obamas War on Capitalism.

Posted April 08, 2016

The Obama Justice Department frames its disdain for this deal as being unfair to competition, but its the notion of competition- thats the main reason for giving it the thumbs up.

Posted April 07, 2016

Despite coming in better-than-expected, the ISM Non-Manufacturing (service economy) report could move the needle on the first quarter 2016 (1Q16) Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Posted April 06, 2016

Non-farm manufacturing for March came in at 54.5, climbing off a two-year low and beating the consensus estimate of 54.0.

Posted April 05, 2016

The market was spinning its wheels all day long Monday getting no help from manufacturing data released that matched consensus estimate but is down for the 14th time in 19 months.

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