From Hurting to Healing
Will the Curtain Close on AMC Entertainment?
April 2020 Fixed Income Market Update
The coronavirus and the measures taken to contain it have had a massive impact on individual lives, the economy and financial markets. While known to be large, significant uncertainty remains regarding just how dire the impacts will be.
Markets Enter The Eye of the Coronavirus Storm
Trading Markets: Understanding the Landscape to Understand Trade
US markets have just logged their worst first quarter on record, while the ASX and Europe have seen theirs in the first three months in over 30 years and since 2002 respectively.
Investors’ optimistic start to the year seems like a long time ago now. Global stocks fell 20% last quarter, losing around $20 trillion in value in what was their worst run since 2008. US government bonds, on the other hand, had one of their best quarters as investors clamored for their relative safety.
Is The Bear Market Really Over?
After rising more than 20% in three days last week, the Dow technically entered a new bull market. In my opinion, that doesn’t mean the pain is over.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard Discusses the Recent Fed Actions
Bullard is very pleased with the Federal Reserve’s new policies and Congress’ reaction to the crisis. Such policies took much longer to cobble together during the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009.
Immunomedics Slide Pinned on FDA Facility Inspection Report
Immunomedics said recently that it was on target to obtain FDA approval for sacituzumab govitecan. While Cowen analyst Phil Nadeau remains confident the ASCENT trial will succeed and that sacituzumab will become standard of care in triple-negative breast cancer.
Initial Claims Filings Soar, Rein in Rebound Bid
The undisputed understatement is that the second quarter started on a lousy note. The Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P 400 all declined 4.4% while the S&P Mid Cap 400 and Russell 2000 declined 5.7% and 7.0%, respectively.
America Is Adopting Pets at a Record Clip, and Chewy Is Staffing Up and Getting More Attention Than Ever
What the $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill May Mean for Retirements
This conversation will highlight key aspects of the recently passed $2 trillion stimulus package and more. What do they mean to investors?
5 Companies In Industries That Could Define Our Future
The silver lining of economic recessions is they can often give birth to new technologies and ways of doing business.
GUOSEN Closing Bell (April 2)
USDCHF Weekly MACD Trying to Positively Cross
Chart Advisor: Still Not Over
Is the Market in the Process of Bottoming Out?
Why FinTech is Thriving in Emerging Markets
Navigating the Collapsing Oil Market
Economic Fallout: Here Comes Congress!
The massive U.S. stimulus bill that President Trump signed last week is designed to help individuals and businesses facing disruption caused by the coronavirus. However, Congress may have to do more in the months ahead.
The Immune System
In a recent report, investment banking giant Goldman Sachs picked a handful of stocks that should vaccinate investors against the coronavirus pandemic – and even some that could help them come out stronger.
Sifting Through The Industrials
A Global Pandemic Reflected in Economic Data
Q2 reports on consumer spending, GDP will be the first real signs of the coronavirus economic toll. Upcoming Q1 earnings will not tell the entire story due to a strong period to begin the year.
The CARES Act: Fighting the Coronavirus Pandemic and Supporting the Economy
Bold action to support the U.S. economy has arrived in the form of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or the CARES Act. This massive, roughly US$2 trillion stimulus, which was signed into law on March 27, is the largest economic relief effort in modern American history.