The markets have been extremely volatile towards the end of 2018 and beginning of 2019. It has been widely assumed that the sell-off in the Dow Jones and other indices has been caused by tensions between the United States and China. Markets worldwide have been affected – including the Australian, Japanese and London stock markets. Another possible cause is the Fed’s view on interest rate hikes. Continue reading Jim Cramer: Fed Reassurance Should Spur Dow Jones, Wider Stock Market to Rally
The US stock market experienced another wild roller coaster ride on December 28 after three massive buy orders roiled Wall Street in late-afternoon trading. Continue reading 3 Massive Buy Orders Roil Stock Market Amid Rumored ‘Pension Buying’ Frenzy
The US stock market posted huge losses ahead of the holiday close as investors absorbed the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike and a bunch of other bearish economic data. Continue reading US Stock Market Chalks up Huge Weekly Losses, But Bitcoin & DXY Impress
Sky News, a British TV station and mainstream media outlet, reported that investors lost homes as the Bitcoin price crashed. But, the same argument can be applied to the stock market, real estate, and every other major market. Continue reading Reports Claim Investors Lost Homes as Bitcoin Crashed, Isn’t the Stock Market the Same?
Nike posted its quarterly earnings report today, delivering a measure of relief to investors concerned after a somewhat turbulent year for the athletic wear company. Continue reading Nike Stock Trends Upwards After Hours