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N.C. (MarketWatch) Here's today's cheerful factoid: No bull market of the last five decades has come to an end in December. Unfortunately, a longer term perspective paints a less happy picture: The number of bull markets that die in December actually
This summer, Bank of America's Savita Subramanian became one of the most bullish forecasters on Wall Street by raising her S&P price target to 1,750. The market, as it turned out, was even more bullish than that (the S&P is currently past 1,800).
D printing has been a popular theme on Wall Street in recent years...But after a recent correction, the time may be ripe for investors to pause, set emotions aside, and look at the fundamentals behind bullish and bearish scenarios for the stocks...
FA Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that delivers the top news and commentary for financial advisors. To understand if U.S. stocks are in bubble territory, BlackRock's Russ Koesterich thinks investors should look at valuation and
About Kevin Marder Kevin's latest posts The trading deck is powered by In Monday's column , I discussed how it is unlikely that this bull market ends when the taper begins, and that smaller, trading-oriented hedge funds and prop shops may trade based
Just in case you were getting too bullish on stocks, here's a neat chart from T...It frames every S&P 500 bull market since 1928 by return and duration...Looking up and to the right, it's clear that bull markets can live for longer.
N.C. (MarketWatch) Worried by reports that consumer spending over Black Friday Weekend wasn't as good as retailers were hoping?...Initial reports of how retailers do during this symbolic beginning of the holiday shopping season are a worthless guide
Seasonality is one of those things many investors take for granted. And right now, two of the biggest seasonal trends are bearing down on the market...First, there's the so-called Santa Claus Rally, a period of strength in December. Some credit
At one point this year, we declared Jefferies' Sean Darby the most bullish strategist on Wall Street . In his new US 2014 Outlook note, Darby maintains a bullish stance, slapping a 1,931 target for the S&P 500 for 2014. "We remain bullish on the US
One of the more reliable indicators of stock market sentiment is Citi's proprietary Panic/Euphoria model. "This week's Panic/Euphoria reading was 0.52; versus last week's revised number of 0.49, which points to two weeks in a row of euphoric signals,