Tag: Investing/Securities

Dow win streak at risk ahead of tech results as China crackdown threatens rally

U.S. stock-index futures were mixed Tuesday morning ahead of quarterly results from some of the most prominent names in the technology sector, with a Chinese...

Opinion: Big losses ahead for markets? Jeremy Grantham’s terrifying new forecasts

If you have a 401(k) and you’re of a nervous disposition, you probably don’t want to look at the chart above. Even by the standards...

I’m a 55-year-old single mom adopting a teenager. I have $550,000 in my retirement account, make $295,000 a year but would like to retire early. Can I?

I am a 55-year-old single woman with one 19-year-old child, and am a lawyer. My annual salary is $295,000. I own a home worth about...

7 new travel planning rules of the COVID era

A lot has changed in the travel world since the pre-pandemic days of 2019. Even if it seems like your life is going back to...

Dow opens higher as stocks extend rebound rally

U.S. stocks opened higher Wednesday, as healthy corporate earnings reports support a rebound from a plunge that kicked off the week on fears that the...

What does a mature streaming service look like? Netflix is about to show us

Netflix Inc. proved to the world that streaming video could be a big business. Now it will show the world what that business looks like...

A benchmark-beating robot thinks AMC will outperform Facebook and GameStop. It likes these other stocks, too.

An exchange-traded fund run by artificial intelligence bought AMC stock at the beginning of July, preferring shares in the cinema chain and retail investor favorite...

I’m 56, my husband is 57 and retired. We have about $750,000 saved and a military pension. I’m ‘tired of working in America.’ Can I retire in three years?

I am 56 and my husband is 57. He spent 26 years in the military and is now retired from active duty. I continue to...

Opinion: Expect a 10% or worse correction in U.S. stocks by mid-August, says this forecaster with a proven track record

Get ready for the most severe correction since the bull market began in March 2020. To be sure, predictions are a dime a dozen on...

Treasury yields rise Friday but 10 and 30-year debt mark third straight weekly slide

Yields for U.S. government debt on Friday rose slightly, but long-dated bond yields rang up a third straight weekly drop after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...

Oliver Daemen, 18, is ‘super excited’ to join Bezos flight and become the youngest person in space

“ “Hi, I’m Oliver Daemen, and I will be joining Jeff Bezos, Mark Bezos and Wally Funk on the first flight of New Shepard. I...

Dow futures drift higher as investors watch for retail sales to end the week

U.S. stock-index futures on Friday were trading slightly higher ahead of a data on June retail sales, after a week featuring assurances by Federal Reserve...

Small-cap stocks are getting crushed this week — here’s what it means

The reflation trade giveth and the reflation trade taketh away. That’s been the case for U.S. small-cap stock-market investors since last fall, with the recent...

Gold heads for highest finish in nearly a month as Powell says inflation will moderate

Gold futures headed toward their highest finish in nearly a month on Wednesday, with prices up for a second session. Softness in the U.S. dollar...

Get ready for peak earnings growth as second-quarter results kick off this week

Stock indexes shot back into record territory Friday, a day after their stumble sparked by tumbling Treasury yields and economic growth concerns. Equities could be...

Overpricing and other home selling mistakes that can cost you

It’s a seller’s market in real estate, which means that buyers have much to feel anxious about. But sellers have reasons to lose sleep, too....

What to do when your digital assets take a dive

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Opinion: If you want to fix climate change, you need to fix this flaw in conventional economic thought

BRUSSELS, Belgium (Project Syndicate)—Nowhere are the limitations of neoclassical economic thinking—the DNA of economics as it is currently taught and practiced—more apparent than in the...

Here’s your chance to buy bank stocks before rising interest rates boost profits

Shares of the largest U.S. banks have staged a recovery following the stock market’s pandemic low point last year. But they have lagged behind the...

Treasury rally pauses Friday but government debt books second straight weekly yield decline

Yields for long-dated U.S. government debt rose Friday for the first time in five sessions, as a rally that took the 10-year and 30-year Treasurys...

Dow drops 300 points as growth scare triggers fall in bond yields

U.S. stocks fell sharply Thursday as yields on government bonds extended their decline with investors shying away from bets on a blistering economic recovery and...

Opinion: We’re looking at stocks as money pots and that’s just not in the cards

If Warren Buffett is right that investors should be fearful when others are greedy, then we should be scared right now. Really scared. Consider by...

Inclusion of these U.S. money managers means nearly half of all asset funds managed globally are linked to climate-change pledge

U.S. asset managers Franklin Templeton and MFS Investment Management are among the 41 new signatories, representing $6.8 trillion in assets, joining the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative....

Stock futures pause for breath with S&P 500, Nasdaq at records

U.S. stock-index futures were in a holding pattern near record highs on Tuesday as investors returned from a three-day weekend. Investors were also keeping tabs...

Opinion: The tax shock that could save Social Security

If they come for our Social Security and Medicare checks in a few years’ time – and there is an ominous chance that they might –...