Global Economy: Fiscal Policy
Cathie Wood’s Ark Nearly Erases Alibaba Stake, Sells $3M In Google
Cathie Wood’s Ark Invest now holds just about 700 shares in Alibaba Group Holding after the money managing firm on Wednesday further reduced its exposure in the e-commerce giant.
Stocks Pop Then Flop On September 1 As VIX Stabilizes
Chart Advisor: Sideways Slide
USDCAD Trying to Bounce Off 3 Month Uptrend Support
Non-Farm Payrolls vs. ADP
Attention Biotech Investors: Mark Your Calendar For September PDUFA Dates
Here’s a look at what’s ahead in September. Mark Your Calendar For September PDUFA Dates.
Afghanistan Is Sitting on a Gold Mine. Literally.
Mainland Records Massive Volume Day As Foreign Investors Buy in Size, Hong Kong Internet Rebounds
Top Dividend Stocks For Your September 2021 Watchlist
Do You Have These Top Dividend Stocks On Your Radar For September 2021? With the market at its all-time high, dividend stocks are still worth knowing.
Natural Gas Options Point to Challenging Winter
A Dizzying Summer in D.C. as U.S. Debt Ceiling Looms Again
A busy summer on the fiscal front in Washington that’s seen progress on budget and infrastructure legislation could soon give way to another showdown over the U.S. statutory debt ceiling, potentially signaling volatility for investors in the months ahead.
The Fed’s In No Hurry
September Is Rough for The Q’s
What the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act Could Mean for Infrastructure Investors
On August 10th, 2021, the U.S. Senate passed the $1.2T Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act across bipartisan lines (69-30), after months of deliberation.
Virgin Galactic And Blue Origin’s Space Race Sent Both Companies’ Social Media Presence Skyrocketing
Zoom reported better-than-expected earnings earlier this week, but investors seem to think last year’s most hip-happening communications platform is already a relic of the past.
Chart Advisor: See-Saw Equilibrium
WTI Crude (CL) Nears August High Ahead of Busy News Day
Explaining “Flight to Crap”
Can We Get Through Tapering Without A Tantrum?
As the Fed foreshadows the possibility of dialing back its economic support, investors are concerned about a repeat of 2013’s “taper tantrum.”
What’s Hot: Aluminum’s Fundamentals Keep Getting Better
Clean and Green Investing For A Low-Carbon Economy
The Week that Was: August 23 to August 27
A Walk Down Drawdown Lane
Sharing With Strangers
The growth potential of the sharing economy is significant, for almost anything – from lawnmowers to surfboards – can conceivably be shared.