President Putin made a triumphant visit to Crimea on the 9th May, as the region held its first Victory Day commemorations since being annexed by Russia. Mr. Putin extolled Crimea's "return to the motherland"...
In a recent interview with Financial Sense Newshour, David Nicoski, Director of Research at Vermilion, said that the selloff in U.S. small cap and technology stocks is due to investors rotating into Europe and international equities as the global economy recovers.
We are at a near term decision point for the US stock market from which technology and small cap stocks must lead the next leg higher, if there is going to be one. Look for the market’s next leg higher, or a corrective decline, to begin from right here.
Tom McClellan says that, as the market has consolidated since the beginning of the year, we are actually seeing a bullish condition as the number of stocks advancing to new highs continues to steadily increase. Since this indicator usually peaks well before a major top, like it did in 1998 or in 2007, it is a very helpful tool for determining the strength of the overall market trend.
A new study complied by the World Bank has generated some pretty excited and, to some, alarming headlines about the new world order. There has been limited reference to this in the Chinese press, for reasons I will discuss...
Technology and biotech shares have been the focus of investors over the last year and have outperformed the market, however that has begun to change as many firms in the energy sector have begun to attract attention from investors.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a new 52-week high yesterday — with little fanfare. While the Dow Jones Transports and the S&P 500 are close behind, the Nasdaq Composite and the Russell 2000 are still well below their previous 52-week highs.