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We asked dozens of our favorite analysts, economists, strategists, and portfolio managers on Wall Street and around the world to send us their most important charts. And the picture these charts paint about the state of investing around the world is
Ari Wald, a technical analyst with Oppenheimer, is out with a note this morning that outlines five signals that indicate a bull market top. "As it stands," Wald writes, "we think the absence of these signals argue against an imminent end to the cycle.
s Jan Loeys presents the simple case for being bullish on the market. The argument is essentially: All of the fundamentals, including an improving economy, and low volatility remain in place...We accept such correction risks, but see only modest near-
Stocks are rallying ahead of the weekend, erasing most of their losses from yesterday. The Dow is up 121 points, the S&P 500 is 19 points, and the Nasdaq is up 65 points. On a percentage basis, the Nasdaq is leading the day's gains, with the tech
But experts said that in spite of the tragedy and the impact wrought on markets, it was unlikely to amount to the kind of sustained volatility that could undermine share prices. ''The type of volatility that really starts to spook markets needs to
From Michael Scott to Miranda Priestly and even Monty Burns , pop culture is littered with bosses who are fun to watch but who'd be hell to work for. If you want to be a positive, effective leader, you'll want to steer clear of the following four
Morning trading in the ASX SPI 200 Index Future Contract suggested an early drop of 30 points, or 0.6 per cent, in the benchmark. The US S&P 500 index dropped 1.2 per cent its biggest one-day fall in three months while the Dow Jones fell 0.9 per cent.
Good morning from the business news desk of the Star Tribune...S. stock futures are a bit higher after two days of losses in New York. Asian markets were all lower today while European markets are mostly higher with a couple hours left of trading
The Dow crossed 17,000 for the first time on Thursday after a monster U.S. jobs report. "Six months into the year it's become clear to us that 2014 is likely to be remembered in market history books as a year of big surprises," writes Oppenheimer's
According to The Street's Joe Deux , the two offenders were arguing over whose spot was whose, which quickly escalated into shoving, punching, and according to one witness, clothes-ripping. They were taken away by security. It's been awhile since