Technological, social, geopolitical, and economic forces are driving radical changes in higher education. These changes will affect universities, as some prosper and strengthen, others fall by the wayside, and new, experimental structures for the delivery of education arise.
The long awaited 10% correction that everyone was looking for finally took place. The S&P 500, Dow, and Nasdaq all hit record highs on September 19th before steadily falling to their most recent lows on Wednesday, October 15th...
What is the general feeling and outlook among top market technicians right now? Robin Griffiths spoke with Financial Sense Newshour this past week as the International Federation of Technical Analysts met in London and said, “no one is expecting a crashing wipeout right now"
Dominic Frisby says Satoshi Nakamoto was a goldbug and explains how bitcoin was designed to replicate gold mining. Sheraz Mian of Zacks Investment Research says third quarter earnings season will be very important this year and explains why.
The damage done to the markets is far greater than what appears on the surface as major indices have only experienced mild pullbacks. However, looking at the average decline among thousands of stocks listed on U.S. exchanges and within large indices reveals a stealth bear market occurring.
It has been a wrenching month to hold energy stocks with the dollar rising steadily in August and in September, pushing commodity prices down. Gold has fallen from $1320 to as far as $1183. West Texas Intermediate has fallen from $100 a barrel to $86.50 at the time of this report.
Bad news was good news on Wednesday as minutes from last month’s Fed meeting gave traders reason to expect a slower liftoff on rate hikes in light of global growth concerns and a strengthening dollar.