A lot of anticipation is the way to explain the week that just passed. There were two major events to come as the week wore on
The stock market had an interesting day today as the indices had a strong thrust in the morning to take them to new multi-year highs.
Let me be the first to admit that I was wrong about the Fed not making a move until after the election.
It may not seem like much, but a stock’s ticker does have slight meaning in terms of how the shares perform right out of the gate
The Fed’s announcement to expand the asset purchase program with an additional $40 billion in mortgage-backed securities per month was a fairly aggressive step
If legendary investor Jim Rogers is right, not only is Recession 2013 unavoidable, it’s going to be a doozy
Aleksandra (Sasha) Bukacheva, a mining research analyst shares her list of likely targets and suitors in the zinc, copper and precious metals spaces.
The Fed launched what many are calling Quantitative Easing 3. Included in the announcement was that the pedal will be to the metal into 2015.
Telecom ETFs have, as of late, turned out to be huge winners this year amidst the ongoing broad market turmoil
Month after month and week after week, the market has popped one expectations that the Federal Reserve will do another round of Quantitative Easing
With the departure of NATO forces in 2014, security in Afghanistan is a major concern, and it is feared that its mineral wealth could trigger a civil war.
The basic finding was that when the market closed at a short-term high on a Fed Day, then it was likely to pull back over the next few days.
Joe Friday suggested the Dollar was due a decline on 6/28, because a bearish rising wedge was at hand and 80% Dollar bulls reflected in the chart below
Sometimes in the ETF world, products that appear similar can actually have very different returns.
This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures (ES-U2) are trading higher by 4.00 points to 1461.25 per contract.
The Clean Development Mechanism is designed to create funding to give poor countries access to new energy technologies; and it is on the verge of collapse