11:13:39 PM EDT |
Time is Fleeting
The Q1 earnings are here but the expected rally has failed to appear.
10:43:19 PM EDT |
Multiple sectors posted decent rebounds to lift the overall market last week.
11:21:33 PM EDT |
There was a new salvo fired from each side in the trade war and the market was caught in the middle.
9:27:18 PM EDT |
Trade War Redux
The markets ended positive on Thursday but they will probably open negative on Monday.
11:49:21 PM EDT |
Investors began taking their chips off the table last week as the outlook for the future dims.
11:08:53 PM EDT |
Just Passing Time
The major indexes declined slightly as traders took profits from the prior week's gains.
11:59:02 PM EDT |
Same Market, Different Week
I know you have heard this before but what a difference a week makes.
9:55:44 PM EDT |
Volatility has returned and there are storm clouds on the horizon.
11:13:10 PM EDT |
The indexes rebounded to close with a gain for the week and right at critical resistance.
11:39:27 PM EDT |
The panic appears to be over but there is still a lot of uneasiness in the market.
11:23:29 PM EDT |
Somebody pass the Prozac, investors have panicked.
10:08:01 PM EDT |
Investors suffered withdrawal symptoms as the euphoria evaporated.
11:42:41 PM EDT |
The big cap indexes stumbled on Tue/Wed but recovered to surge to new highs once again.
11:11:37 PM EDT |
Lawmakers have fought to a stalemate and nobody is capitulating
11:17:24 PM EDT |
Markets do not get much more bullish than this.
10:37:22 PM EDT |
Let's Do That Again
A 2.6% gain on the S&P and 4.0% spike in the Nasdaq would look even better if we could repeat it this week.
9:16:36 PM EDT |
The Waiting is Over
The next trading day is the first day of 2018 and it is likely to be volatile.