An ugly overnight session for US equity markets echoed Europe's bloodbathery but has shifted the underlying technicals in the market to favor the downside. DAX is now down 12% from its October highs.
The long-awaited shale patch consolidation has arrived, sparking another bout of merger mania in the energy industry. It's reminiscent of the one in the late 1990s, just as the Internet bubble was exploding. But don't expect the stocks to rally t
The $250 billion that has poured into ESG index funds as of August 2020 represents a 733% increase in just two years, and what that rapidly growing big money is saying is this: bad behavior, regulatory sins, and careless carbon footprints aren't ju
Never before in US equity market history was there as great a disconnect between economic reality and equity prices as now...
So near and yet so far appears to be the case on US fiscal stimulus. Mnuchin and Pelosi are still talking.
Over the past decade, western central banks have generated countless hours of derision, mocking and scorn because while it has become painfully obvious that their two primary objectives...
Peter Schiff appeared on Kitco News with David Lin to talk about the investment implications of the upcoming US elections.
Yahoo Finance has long been a go to platform for retail investors. The platform was ranked as the number one platform in terms of unique monthly users. While Yahoo's statistics seem to be quite helpful, their news section is filled with stock manipul
Let's investigate claims as to why the market does this or that.
While we were all distracted by the Kabuki Theater of the first 'debate' between Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Tuesday the bigger event was simply the turning of the calendar from September to October.
-- BBB- Rated CMBS IO-Strips As AAA Securities
How quickly people forget.
Famed market analyst and historian James Grant is no fan of the current policies of the US Federal Reserve:Distortion in the cost of credit is the not-so-remote cause of the raging fires at which the Federal Reserve continues to train its gushing liq
Overstock.com and its former leader Patrick Byrne have prevailed over the dividend-doubting short sellers who cried foul (and filed suit) over the e-commerce site's issuance of a digital security.
There was a time when the merest mention of gold manipulation in "reputable" media was enough to have one branded a perpetual conspiracy theorist with a tinfoil farm out back.
...'Fear And Loathing" in Las Vegas'