The stock market has gone through three phases during the pandemic: Denial, fear and fear of missing out.
The stocks have been battered this year, but underlying industry trends are about to drive outsized profits for years.
Most brokerage analysts tend to play it safe rather than risk their reputations and jobs, writes Mark Hulbert.
Higher taxes and more regulations would cut corporate profits.
Richard Dobatse talked with the New York Times about his painful experience trading stocks.
Stocks ended higher in thin trade Friday, getting a lift from positive news on a coronavirus treatment. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose around 369 points, or 1.4%, to end near 26,075, according to preliminary figure...
Stocks ended mostly lower Thursday, though tech shares continued to rally as investors sought safety amid a rise in the number of coronavirus cases in sates like Arizona and Florida. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell ...
Income-starved investors in the U.K. are turning to investment trusts as COVID-19 hits company dividends
Quicken has been the largest mortgage lender in the U.S. since 2018.
Stocks ended on a strong note Wednesday after spending much of the session hovering near unchanged, with tech shares leading the way higher. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose around 178 points, or 0.7%, to finish near...
Investors can’t get enough of insurance startup Lemonade, which is tiny and unprofitable.
If you want the real price-earnings ratio for a stock-market index, you need to include those companies that are losing money.
There’s a 2-out-of-3 chance U.S. stocks will climb over the next 6 months — which is right about average, notes Mark Hulbert.
Improved company earnings in the quarters ahead and a breakthrough Covid treatment or vaccine could buoy stock prices. But the real catalyst will be government intervention.
Stocks have receded to a point in which a new leg up may be on the way.
Powerful stock-market leaders ultimately take a fall, writes Mark Hulbert.
As market weakness develops, scale into stocks that get hit the most.
Today’s low interest rates don’t justify the bulls’ case, writes Mark Hulbert.
As a result, investors need to be highly selective in new purchases.
Federal regulators are set to roll back a postcrisis rule that could free up tens of billions of dollars for major banks, delivering Wall Street one of its biggest wins of the Trump administration.