Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Stocks Remain Trapped as Market Waits for More Information

Stocks Remain Trapped as Market Waits for More Information

Stocks failed to break out last week as investors keep worrying about major global events like trade and Brexit.
Guess What? The Yield Curve Is Steepening

Guess What? The Yield Curve Is Steepening

The yield curve flattened over the summer as fear swept the market. But now as it goes the other way, sentiment may...
Health Care Hammered as Investors Liquidate Safe Havens

Health Care Hammered as Investors Liquidate Safe Havens

Health care stocks got slammed yesterday amid an apparent rotation away from "safe havens." The SPDR Health Care ETF...

Stocks Flirt With Highs Amid Strong Economy and Earnings

Stocks flirted with new highs last week as the economy improved and earnings season got underway. The S&P 500...

Bulls pivot back to energy: Midweek sector check

The S&P 500 is bouncing at its 50-day moving average as the market drifts into the dog days of summer. Here's a breakdown of the best-...
Big Banks and Netflix Surprise to the Upside: Earnings This Week

Big Banks and Netflix Surprise to the Upside: Earnings This Week

Earnings season started on a strong foot as major banks reported surprising growth in their core businesses. JPMorgan Chase...
The Yield Curve Inverted, and the Bears Are Going to Work

The Yield Curve Inverted, and the Bears Are Going to Work

The big story today is that weak economic numbers overseas caused the yield curve to invert. That means the...

Don’t Ignore This Currency as Fear Sweeps Market

The Japanese yen is gaining steam as fear sweeps the market. The currency has long been viewed as a safe haven because of Japan's huge...

Following the House of Morgan on Fed day

Is the House of Morgan a canary in the coalmine? One top educator thinks so. Sarah Potter of shecantrade.com told viewers of today’s Morning Market...

Banks on the move

This article is not a recommendation and is intended for educational purposes only. Everyone's worried about higher interest rates. Everyone except the banks, that is. The...
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