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Canaccord Genuity's major indicators are approaching levels they were at right prior to or during the market correction in May, suggesting a market pullback is coming.
Richly priced assets has left many investors wrestling with some tough questions: what to buy if everything is trading at a premiums?
The prospect of lower interest rates in Europe and the U.S. has driven the stock market into a bullish stampede. The S&P 500 Index (SPX) broke out to a new all-time high — and did it strongly, blasting through the old highs at 2,940-2,950 points. The Nasdaq Composite Index (COMP) as well as the Invesco QQQ Trust exchange traded fund (QQQ) are a bit further behind, although not much.
Fund managers are the most bearish they’ve been since 2008, and they’re rushing into bonds and defensive sectors. But with pessimism so high, the odds may favor more upside.
Because the Volatility Index has not gone lower, "you need to be careful when you see the averages rallying like this morning," Jim Cramer says.
How to supercharge dividend stocks by selling downside put options against them and positioning to buy the stocks on pullbacks.
It’s rare on Wall Street for a technical analyst’s core insight to be confirmed by a Nobel-prize-winning economist. The far more common situation is for academics to deny that technical analysis has any value whatsoever — and for technicians to return the favor.
Aside from a punchy increase in US consumer confidence, I am not sure we heard news in European/US that we hadn’t already heard and interpreted in Asia yesterday. However, the US reaction was certainly vastly different from how Asia traded yesterday and there has been a clear bid in safe-haven assets.
The Latest on Market Volatility, Apple, Chip Stocks, and MoreVolatility surged after the return of the trade warThe CBOE Volatility Index, which is also tracked by the iPath S&P 500 VIX ETF (VIX), a gauge of fear in the stock markets, has been
In our opinion, there are a number of elements to the unfolding global market economics that play into our future expectations. China becomes one of the biggest unknowns simply because we believe the best information we have at the moment is shaded and hidden in terms of true values. Let’s take a minute to discuss a few of them…
Stocks are in a phase of apparent recovery after a tariff-sparked selloff threatened to put a lasting end to the bull run for U.S. equity markets.
Alessio de Longis, OppenheimerFunds portfolio manager for the Global Multi-Asset Group, talked to Yahoo Finance On the Move about whether investors should be worried about the inverted yield curve.
There’s a surprisingly easy and profitable trading strategy to use during extraordinary stock-market volatility like now. There have been six trading sessions over the past three weeks in which the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) suffered a triple-digit loss — including Monday of this week when the U.S. market benchmark shed more than 600 points. The way for an investor to respond to such volatility is also simple: Whenever the market’s volatility jumps, hedge your stock holdings.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.82% to close at 25,532.05. The S&P 500 gained 0.80% to end at 2834.41, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.14% to close at 7734.49.
With Uber pricing near the bottom of its range last night, all eyes are on how it performs this morning. But investors might also take note that technology stocks are at a key technical level. And as tech goes, so may go the market, according to All Star Charts Institutional’s Top 10 Charts of the […]
A spike in Wall Street’s most popular volatility gauge is inspiring some unpleasant déjà vu for stock-market traders, though there is no guarantee the move presages a sharper equity selloff.
This year’s stock market uptrend is officially shattered. China trade concerns may be the trigger, but as I always say: Technicals paint a picture of things to come, and when things line up, markets will find a trigger to confirm the technical picture.
The main equity benchmarks, which had been carving out fresh records as recently as Friday, are running behind the pace of price swings over the past five years, with the exception of 2017’s history-making period of quietude, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Tuesday registered the second-worst decline of 2019 as the stock market experienced a broad-based selloff prompted by a second day of fears that the U.S. and China won't be able to achieve a tariff accord soon. The Dow closed off 473 points, or 1.8%, at 25,965, marking its worst day since Jan. 3, according to FactSet data. The blue-chip gauge was lead by losses in trade-sensitive Boeing Co. and Apple Inc. . In fact, all 30 Dow components finished in negative territory. The Dow had fallen by as many as 648 points, touching an intraday low at 25,789.71. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 index closed down 1.7% at 2,884, while the Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 2% lower at 7,964. (All closing levels are on a preliminary basis). The decline for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq marked the worst since March 22.
U.S. stocks tumbled more than 2 percent on Tuesday as escalating trade tensions between the United States and China triggered global growth fears and kept investors away from riskier assets. The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were on pace for their second-biggest daily percentage drop of the year.