The S&P 500 index’s up trend remains intact according to our analysis.
Buffett likes to have an economic moat that deters competition for his holdings–and I would like to do the same.
Tech stocks are still looking strong, says Covestor Manager Libardo Lambrano. Here are two key charts that would help to confirm his bullishness:
A second opinion. It’s often sought for medical advice, but not very often when it comes to investing decisions. That’s unfortunate, and here’s why.
Financial pros doubt Romney can pull off a come-from-behind victory for the White House.
U.S. stocks just saw their heaviest selling day since June. Yet the price data suggest we’re in for a minor pullback at this point, not a major one.
OPEC’s positive outlook on the future demand of oil only bodes well for companies that operate in North America. TransCanada is a particularly diverse player.
It’s been the big mover in both my models recently.
The relationship between initial jobless claims and the S&P 500 is critical. Here is what it’s saying about the markets, the economy, and possibly QE3:
The Fed is giving a buy signal for risky asset classes including stocks, according to the latest quarterly research update from Barclays.
BMO’s chief investment strategist Brian Belski sees possible near-term pain, but more long-term gains for U.S. stocks.
Technology stocks have been hit by the slow recovering economy and the pending introduction of Windows 8.