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Tom Lee: “Bitcoin Will Be The Best Performing Asset Through Year End”

Fundstrat Global Advisors analyst and former permabull – who recently became into one of Wall Street's biggest bears – Tom Lee, is a fan of bitcoin. The strategist, who recently turned "cautious on stocks", explained his bullish view on the digital currency during an appearance Wednesday on CNBC’s “Fast Money,” claiming that a single coin […]

How Big Could A Correction Be?

Authored by Lance Roberts via, “There is nothing wrong with America that the faith, love of freedom, intelligence, and energy of her citizens cannot cure.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower   “If we just stick together, and remain true to our ideals, we can be sure that America’s greatest days lie ahead.” – Ronald Reagan […]

Cudmore Calls It: “The Correction Has Started”

The last few days – since the post-Trump-speech spike – have seen stocks suffer the worst decline since the election (with The Dow down a 'shocking' 0.9%). But there are cracks appearing (VIX, Emerging Markets, Copper, 'hard' macro data, and now High Yield Credit are all breaking down)… The last 4 days are the worst […]

Will Bond Bulls Finally Get Their Bounce?

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, A popular bond fund is hitting a key price level that may finally produce a long-awaited bounce. We talk often of the inexorable Trump Rally in stocks since the presidential election. That good fortune hasn’t befallen all other asset classes, however. For instance, the post-election reaction in the bond market has been […]

Oil Stocks vs. Crude Oil / By Nadia Simmons / OCTOBER 9, 2013, 9:25 AM Based on the October 7th, 2013 Oil Investment Update Looking at the chart of crude oil from today’s point of view, we can say that the first week of a new month and a new quarter was quite good for oil bulls. Although we saw a drop […]

Stock Market: Indexes face increased volatility as traders react to economic data releases / By Paul Rejczak / SEPTEMBER 9, 2013, 6:56 AM The U.S. stock market indexes closed virtually flat after volatile trade on Friday as investors reacted to the weaker-than-expected Nonfarm Payrolls report release for the month of August. The S&P500 index increased its daily trading range considerably without a decisive move in either direction. The […]

Stock Market: Short-term uncertainty as indexes fluctuate after recent run-up / By Paul Rejczak / SEPTEMBER 6, 2013, 7:13 AM The major U.S. stock market indexes were virtually flat yesterday as investors awaited today’s unemployment data release. The S&P500 index managed to close in the area of the August 27 daily gap down at 1,652.54-1,656.02 once again, extending its short-term consolidation. The market bounced […]

Stock Market: Downtrend reversal attempts / By Paul Rejczak / SEPTEMBER 3, 2013, 6:51 AM The main U.S. stock market indexes lost 0.2-0.6% on Friday, extending their recent consolidation, after selling off in August. The indexes are expected to bounce off the consolidation’s lower limit, as investors react positively to President Obama’s August 31 statement on Syria. The S&P500 index […]

Stock Market: Stocks poised to rise as fears about Syria diminish / By Paul Rejczak / SEPTEMBER 2, 2013, 6:46 AM The U.S. stock market indexes lost 0.2-0.6% on Friday, as investors feared that the possibility of a military intervention in Syria could become a reality. However, President Obama’s August 31 statement on Syria has improved the market sentiment. The main indexes may bounce off the […]

Stock Market: Short-term uncertainty following Tuesday’s sell-off / By Paul Rejczak / AUGUST 30, 2013, 7:50 AM The major U.S. stock market indexes gained 0.1-0.8% yesterday, continuing their rebound following Tuesday’s sell-off, with technology sector leading the way, as the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.8%. The market sentiment was boosted by better-than-expected economic data announcements. The S&P500 index fluctuates around the level of […]