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The Last Market Pillar Collapses
One common method of returning shareholder value – share buybacks – may be stalling out. While this may seem somewhat innocuous, the decline in stock buybacks may be a sign that we could be entering the next stock market recession any day now.After the Crash, Buy This Stock
Everyone wants big gains. But unless you want to dedicate your life to analyzing the stock market, diversity is your best bet. And there’s one investment that will start you off right.Your Crash Warning Alert System
The future is always unknown, but if you have the right tools you can remove a lot of fear from the market… and there is one crash-warning tool that should be at the top of your list. September 11, 2001. I was on the F train going from my home in Brooklyn to my Manhattan office. When I got in, someone told me one of the towers had collapsed. People were crying – their friends were in those towers.Millennials: Beating the Boomer Economy
Markets can boom amid doom and gloom. The post-war boomer economy was proof of that. But do millennials have the economic strength to ignite similar U.S. economic growth?How To Invest: 3 Ways To Start Investing Like A Pro
People love making money! However, they often overlook the fact that some of the best ways to make money is through saving and investing. During this article, we will examine a deeper look into how to invest and save and achieve a wise and effective Return on Investment or ROI. Check out this article to learn more!The Donald Trump Stock Market
Love him or hate him, the fact is that Donald Trump has a real shot at the presidency. And it could impact the stock market in a big way…Measuring The Stock Market
Every day we hear numbers that evaluate the stock market’s performance, such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average or the NASDAQ Composite Index. There are a myriad of market indices, and it may seem like they are all measuring the same thing. However, each index evaluates the market in a different way.What Is the Difference Between Bull Market and Bear Market?
If you are keen follower of what goes on in the investment market or you’re an investor yourself, you must have heard of the terms ‘bear’ and ‘bull’ market. Many of us have come across these terms either through the internet or on business platforms discussing financial markets. Understanding the difference between a bear and bull market is the best way to know what these terminologies mean.What Do PSEi, Dow Jones and NASDAQ Mean?
For anyone trading in securities, there are important terms that you need to understand what they mean and how they can be helpful to you. As a securities investor, they will be applicable to you on a daily basis.Stocks: The Big Opportunity You’re Missing
Stocks have taken a beating this year, but you can’t make money investing on past events. With low interest rates and rock-bottom gasoline prices spurring middle-class growth, there is a real, though unexpected, opportunity in the stock market.Don’t Buy the Earnings Hype
Wall Street is pushing a positive earnings narrative this season. But, with corporations doing everything to please shareholders, are the true results really that positive? When the veil comes down, so will the market.The 2016 Market Crisis
A key market indicator has missed projecting a decline in the past two years, but the third time will not be charming. There’s a storm brewing on Wall Street: the 2016 market crisis.