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What are the chances this stock-market rally ends badly?
Stocks have been racking up a lot of gains. Investor sentiment has gone from extremely bearish to extremely bullish. Will the gains be followed by pain?
What to Do When the Stock Market Drops
You don’t need to panic and sell off all your shares after a stock market crash.
Say Goodbye to the Stock Market’s Secret Sauce
A multidecade rise in profit margins may already be in the process of reversing, taking the wind out of the stock market’s sails for years to come
What Dow 20,000 means for stock-market investors
What’s in a number anyway? That may be the question stock-market investors pose as the Dow Jones Industrial Average ends at the psychological milestone of 20,000.
This seasonal ‘sweet spot’ might be just what the stock market needs
A potentially big mistake by the Fed has got big investors pretty excited, while Jeffrey Gundlach is advising investors hoard cash and gold, just in case we end up with President Trump.
Why stock-market investors shouldn’t fear the Fed right now
Turn your focus away from Brexit and back to the Fed.
What the ‘single best stock-market predictor’ is saying now
Look at the percentage of household financial assets invested in equities.
The stock market is a 10% move away from bubble trouble
Stock investors could be about to take a market-bubble bath, writes John Coumarianos.
Why the stock market’s failure to launch after the OPEC deal is ‘ominous’
There are few things more ominous than a market that can’t rally on good news, because such a market indicates that we are running out of new buyers, says trader Jani Ziedins in a post at his CrackedMarket blog.
Why the stock market will soon favor value investing again
Four reasons why the switch to value stocks may have already started.
Morning MoneyBeat: Why the Stock Market’s Breather Could Continue
The winds can certainly turn quickly on investors.
Five Stock Market Indicators For 2019 You Should Ignore
As investors ponder what this year may hold in store for the markets, the inter-relationships between politics, economics, fiscal policy, monetary policy, and corporate actions can seem very complex. Investors may feel overwhelmed and seek a simple answer. When people feel there is a situation that is out of their control or is too complicated to analyze, they often fall back on rules of thumb to make decisions.
How a Monster Year for Amazon, Google and Facebook is Carrying the Stock Market
A recent report from Goldman Sachs noted that five companies — Amazon.com, Alphabet/Google, Microsoft, Facebook and General Electric — are essentially
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The stock market’s next step could tip the balance toward bears — or bulls
The U.S. stock market’s bulls and bears have for months been a arm-wrestling match with no end in sight. However, whichever side “wins” could dictate the tone on Wall Street for months.
Why you shouldn’t get too comfortable with subdued stock market volatility
Volatility has subsided after the stock market’s surprise postelection rally, but investors shouldn’t be complacent, analysts said.
Why the stock market’s ‘sojourn into depravity’ is about to crush short-sellers
While the bulls have the upper hand, Morgan Stanley’s Chetan Ahya isn’t convinced there’s much meat to the recent developments. There is “no immediate escalation, but still no clear path towards a comprehensive deal,” he said.
10 Non-Religious Ways To "Prove" God's Existence (Especially For Your Atheist Friends)
Every human experience teaches us something about God. Here are a few ways to consider His real presence, invoking universal human experience.
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