Stocks rose Monday, kicking the week off on a positive note, as several European countries, and some U.S. states, began or outlined plans to begin ...
Howard Marks, the billionaire founder of Oaktree Capital, sees as a huge disconnect between what the coronavirus pandemic is doing to the global economy and what we’re seeing in the stock market.
Arranging your home for work and play will benefit many companies, from consumer-electronics makers to home-furnishings purveyors.
Stocks trimmed or erased early gains in a choppy trading session Thursday to post a mixed finish. Stocks lost ground after a news report said that an experimental treatment for COVID-19 delivered disappointing results in a...
Kim Scott of the Ivy Mid Cap Growth Fund says to avoid ‘cyclical’ companies and focus on those with strong growth prospects.
Investors tend to get bullish when Congress or the Federal Reserve steps in with support.
The stock market isn’t doing well, but these companies are.
Stocks fell sharply for a second day on Tuesday, taking a cue from a further slide in oil futures. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped dropped around 632 points, or 2.7%, to finish near 23,019, according to prelimina...
The U.S. stock market is itself a forward-looking instrument, writes Mark Hulbert.
Core position in the stock market remains bearish.
Mark Mobius, the emerging-markets investing pioneer, is confident the world economy will bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic and offer investors a round of bargains—but sees the potential for another round of pain.
The Treasury and Democrats say they are close on a new rescue deal for small businesses, debate over lockdowns ramps up as the U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 40,000, and what to expect from earnings this week. WSJ’s Jaso...
Yes, there are even some in the energy sector.
Positive, but only anecdotal, news about Gilead’s remdesivir anti-viral treatment pushed up stocks Friday. A highly successful treatment for the coronavirus would prompt a massive rally.
Market rally not being met with skepticism is a troubling sign, writes Mark Hulbert.
Dow’s weakness since last Halloween is a bad omen for the next six months, writes Mark Hulbert.
It’s important to understand the motivation behind sell-side analysts’ recommendations.
There are seven reasons for that, including record federal and central-bank stimulus, unattractive investment alternatives such as bonds, and a reconfiguration of supply chains that will unleash a torrent of capital spendi...
Stocks have room to run further to the upside as an overwhelming policy response to the coronavirus pandemic by the Federal Reserve and a possible bursting of a “fear bubble.” But the road will get harder after midyear, sa...
Thinking in time frames is important for investors. The economy’s depressive state may end soon.