Q1 2021 International Report
Asian Investors Await China Reopening
The Fed Is Losing Believers
Doomsday Indicator or Rare Opportunity
ETFs to the Rescue?
Stocks To Watch This Week: 4 Health Care Stocks To Know
Health care stocks are hot right now, do you have these names on your list? On top of that, the broader market has not been all that kind to tech investors lately.
Retirement Planning? Sorry, We’re Too Busy Watching Netflix
During the Covid-19 pandemic, US investors devoted more of their time to planning their TV viewing than on their retirement investments, a new survey has revealed.
Corporations Purchased $8 Billion Worth of BTC in Q1 2021
Retail investors have flocked to Bitcoin in our latest bull run—and they aren’t alone. It is no surprise that institutional money is involved in crypto.
Bitcoin’s Shift (Back) to Retail
Volatility in Agricultures Presents Opportunity
July corn futures saw continued their rally during yesterday’s session, breaching the psychologically significant $7.00 handle, posting new contract, and closing highs.
Growth Stocks Ready to Rebound
Growth stocks had a tough go of it yesterday, but when the going gets tough, the tough get going. Many are on the rebound this morning, evidenced by the 96-point gain in the Nasdaq 100 futures, which are trading 0.7% above fair value.
Chart Advisor: Exhaustion Gap
Stocks Drop on May 4 As Taper And Rate Hike Fear Grow
Stocks finished the day lower despite an end-of-day surge, leaving the S&P 500 down roughly 70 bps, while the NASDAQ QQQ fell by 1.8%.
The Australian Labor Market Looks Set For A Bull Run
AUD up on strong data, higher commodity prices and weaker USD. Oil rebounds after last week’s plunge on hopes of recovery.
Some Selling Does Not Mean Mayday
The ‘MEH’ Stock Market
Sometimes good economic news isn’t good for stocks. Here’s why we’re seeing such a moment right now.
Sustainable Goes Mainstream
Trading Choppiness in May
With U.S. benchmarks trading near record highs, the first trading day of the month started strongly, but finished on soft footing.
Some Thoughts on Low Volatility Investing
Depending on the data you look at, low volatility stocks either produce a similar return to the market with less risk or might even produce an excess return.