Anxiety is fading as the stock market enters the homestretch for 2020 with the wind at its back.The S&P 500 rose 2.3 percent in the holiday-shortened period between Friday, November 20, and Friday..
Stocks dipped last week, but there are several reasons why it wasn’t terribly bearish. Stocks were overbought. ..
Earnings season ended on a strong note as Target’s digital transformation continued to pay off. Investors also embraced newer technology companies and shrugged at established leaders — just like l..
Stocks hit new highs last week on hopes of a coronavirus vaccine, but major technology companies like Apple and Tesla went nowhere. Consider these points about the period between Friday, November..
Several companies reported earnings this week, but few broke out. Walt Disney (DIS), Cisco Systems (CSCO) and Applied Materials (AMAT) beat analyst forecasts but remain..
Stocks jumped to new highs this week thanks to Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, but it’s also causing major changes in the market.After all, investors have had certain assumptions for months: People ..
Stocks began November with a monster rally, and there are at least five reasons why. The S&P 500, Nasdaq-100 and Dow Jones Industrial Average each had their biggest ..
Apple unveiled its first 5G iPhones this month, and the suppliers are already flying. Semiconductor stocks like Qualcomm (QCOM), Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), Qorvo (QRVO) and Cirr..
There’s huge uncertainty in the stock market as investors enter one of the biggest weeks in recent history. The Presidential Election tomorrow won’t just determine who sits in the White House. ..
Earnings were pretty good for big technology companies like Apple. But are they good enough to overcome jitters about the pandemic and Presidential Election? We’re finishing the busie..