Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Turkish Turmoil Fuels the Volatility Machine

Bulls made money, bears made money. Turkey got slaughtered. That's pretty much what happened last week. The S&P 500 began with a steady climb on...

As Expected, Volatility Hits Global Markets

Just two days ago, Market Insights said that "traders hankering for volatility may want to keep an eye on currencies and crude oil." Both...

Strong Results Keep Flowing: Earnings This Week

As earnings season marches on, investors remain happy with results. Most of the big companies that have reported in the last week beat estimates, including...

Big Moves in Small Tech

Lots of attention obviously focuses on the biggest stocks, but results from smaller companies have been arguably better this earnings season. This post will...

Winning Streak Continues as Volatility Evaporates

Stocks kept climbing last week as volatility dried up and investors rotated into new sectors. The S&P 500 rose 0.8 percent between Friday, July 27,...

Not Perfect but Big Names Come Through: Earnings This Week

It hasn't been a perfect week for earnings, but the big names came through. First and foremost, Apple (AAPL) shot to a new all-time high...

IPOs Keep Coming amid Dog Days of Summer

It might be the dog days of summer, but initial public offerings (IPOs) keep on coming. Some $4.3 billion of stock was priced in new...

Big Tech De-fangs the SPY: July at TradeStation

FANG ruled the roost in this month as volatility swept the Nasdaq. The two busiest stocks for TradeStation clients in July were members of the...

Buyers Rotate into These Sectors as Tech Stalls

Last week was rough for technology. But now investors are looking for gains in some new areas. The SPDR Industrial ETF (XLI) and SPDR Health...

Tech Falls as Earnings and Economic Data Disappoint

Technology stocks took a hit last week, but the broader market still managed a fourth straight gain. The S&P 500 rose 0.6 percent between Friday,...
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