The latest six-day advance was only briefly interrupted Friday by the indictment of 13 Russian citizens for allegedly interfering in the 2016 U.S. election.
This characteristic of bonds only confuses many retail investors, who may be approaching their bond investments in the wrong way, or for the wrong reason.
This week, stocks found their footing to take back around three-quarters of the lost territory, even as the 10-year yield resumed its climb to top 2.94% on Thursday for the first time since early 2
Consider that the S&P 500 is pacing its best week since January 2013, a rally placing it on firmer technical ground atop major resistance.
According to the asset-managing giant, which has taken in massive inflows in recent years as investors flock to passive investment strategies, its clients kept their wits about them in the recent t
Except a whole host of strategists aren’t convinced by the sharp rally that has come right after last week’s big selloff.
Shares of the most-hated companies historically have outperformed most-admired ones, on average. This isn’t to say that Equifax is the better company in any fundamental sense. Apple clearly deserves admiration, having shown an uncanny ability to produce product after product that consumers want. Apple is projected to earn over $50 billion dollars this year, and famed investor Warren Buffett has just increased his stake.
Meanwhile, the dollar fell, on track for its worst weekly performance in two years.
“This week’s jump puts bullish sentiment at the top of its typical historical range,” AAII wrote in a release announcing the survey’s results, adding that the dividing line “between typic
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