High-Flying Stock Markets Are Nothing To Be Afraid Of

High-Flying Stock Markets Are Nothing To Be Afraid OfThe last eight years or so have given us what must be the strangest stock market bull run in history. I wrote five years ago that this is the bull market that nobody loves, and investors find it just as difficult to embrace today. Wall Street, London and other major global stock markets are nudging all-time highs, but investors continue to remain sceptical. Are they right to be afraid?  …

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3 Investment Lessons Learned Already in 2017

3 Investment Lessons Learned Already in 2017This year has been a very interesting one thus far. Stock markets across the globe may have risen in general, but they have been volatile. Risks remain on a global scale and this year has shown they could flare up without warning at any time. And with the situation in Europe being relatively uncertain, it has been somewhat surprising that investor sentiment has remained robust. Geopolitical tensions While the conflict…

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That Sketchy Moment When Stocks are Rising and Profits are Falling

That Sketchy Moment When Stocks are Rising and Profits are FallingThe stock market is grooving again, baby! Pure rock-and-roll! It’s like Springsteen stormed the stage in February and got the crowd back on its feet after some moody emo mope had us all crying in our beer, or whatever emo mopes drink. (Chamomile tea or puppy dog tears or hemlock or whatever.) To wit: The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index is up almost 6 percent in February. That’s an E-Street…

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The Stock Market Correction is Here

The Stock Market Correction is HereThe correction many have been waiting for appears to have arrived, according to Tony Dwyer, U.S. portfolio strategist at Canaccord Genuity. He believes in order for this meaningful equity market pullback to last more than a day, there must be a fear of fundamental change. And Mr. Dwyer thinks enough ammunition is being provided by weak Chinese manufacturing data, more tapering from the Federal Reserve at its meeting next week,…

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