Dividends and yields on developed market equities outside the U.S. have long been more impressive than comparable U.S. fare.
Thus far, 2012 has not strayed far from the 2010 QE script, meaning we believe it is only a matter of time before QE3 is announced
This morning, the S&P 500 Index e-mini futures (ES-U2) are trading lower by 2.50 points to 1437.00 per contract.
The DJ Transports index has struggled to keep up with the S&P 500 this year, as it is underperformed the broad market by 10%
Anticipation is running high that the Federal Reserve will unveil yet another round of quantitative easing (QE) today.
Most investors and other market participants usually think about China and India, whenever there is any talk about the emerging markets.
Late in the week, I found time to watch two films about the U.S. financial crisis that I suspected would be worth talking about here
Most experienced traders are familiar with the age-old Wall Street saw, “Don’t fight the Fed.”
The stock market indices had a narrowly positive day at the finish, but it was volatile
It was interesting over the past several days to watch traders sell off Apple Inc. (AAPL) ahead of their big announcement today on their new iPhone.
TLT created a rather large bearish rising wedge at (1) and broke below this patterns support line.
A year ago, Chinese inflation was still above 6% and investors were worried about a property bubble.
New deposits and economic triggers will drive gold stocks, says Eric Coffin, the editor of HRA Journal
After enduring overwhelming recessionary shocks during the sub prime crisis of 2008, the financial sector of the U.S economy has recovered quite well.
I wanted to remind everyone of the market’s tendency to be softer from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur.