After wiping a trillion dollars or so off the value of global bonds and sending yields soaring, some market watchers are arguing the rout inspired by Donald Trumps surprise election victory is looking overdone.
Technical analyst Mark Arbeter on Tuesday said he was reversing the bearish call he made on Treasurys in July when yields were trading near the all-time low around 1.3%.
The stock market lost ground on Monday, sending major market benchmarks lower by more than half a percentage point. The Dow lost its grip on the 20,000 mark in the wake of concerns about economic growth and new U.S. immigration policy, and some believe that the broader geopolitical climate could have a negative impact on global commerce that in turn could start affecting multinational corporations’....More>>>
With the S&P 500 yielding less than 2%, dividend investors wanting more than that paltry payout can look to individual stocks for better yields. All dividend stocks aren’t created equal, though, so investors should be picky. A high yield often comes with risks, and the last thing any dividend investor wants is for a dividend cut to both slash their income and drive down the value of a....More>>>
With President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress placing a high priority on tax reform, the table has been set for significant changes. The administration has touted it as the “biggest tax cut and the largest tax reform” ever.
But detailsand momentumso far have been lacking, which makes it hard for taxpayers to plan ahead.The White House released a one-page tax-reform....More>>>
The Paradise Papers leak this past Sunday wasn't shocking.
If anything, the varied revelations about what celebrities and corporations use offshore tax shelters only further justify the general public's long-standing suspicion that the rich and powerful cheat on their taxes.<
DIS,NFLX,SNAP,Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) stocksaw an uptick in spite of disappointing Q4 earnings results. Can DIS stock keep rising from here?,
Media and entertainment conglomerate Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday, after the market close which was disappointing on almost all fronts. The House of Mouse missed both the top and bottom line numbers and had initially slipped in the
Alphabet (GOOGL) doesn't seem like your typical growth stock, considering it opened at $1,030.99 this morning (Oct. 27, 2017). But Wall Street is overlooking the explosive potential our tech guru sees…
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