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The notion that "earnings drive stock prices" powers a lot of research on Wall Street. See a chart that torches this assumption.
"The age-old story of easy credit" is in the middle of another chapter. Once again, lenders and borrowers believe that the future is bright enough for the easy money to be paid back. You may ask, what’s wrong with such optimism?
What do the EURUSD and AUDUSD have in common? Well, besides being two of the highest trading volume currencies, they also proved the predictable nature of Elliott wave patterns. See for yourself.
We’ve long said you don’t need the news to know a market trend. The news sometimes "helps," but the trend itself is created by the collective psychology of traders and investors. Here's a fresh example.
U.S. corporate stock buybacks are approaching the record-high level of 2007. This alone should serve as a red flag for investors. But today, there's a big difference that poses an "added danger."
In this 7-minute interview with EWI's global opportunities expert, you will learn where he sees the best market opportunities unfolding in both Europe and Asia right now.
After last Friday's sell-off, the start of this week's trading added to the worries. Shortly after the open on Monday, the S&P 500 slid off to an intraday low of 1967. But then...
A new study shows that the net worth of the typical U.S. household has taken a big slide -- while the rich have grown richer. But did you know that wealth disparity alarms often coincide with major financial tops? Consider 1929, 2000 and 2007.
Economists argue that improving U.S. economy is bullish or stocks. On the surface, it’s a perfectly logical argument – and it just feels right. The problem is that the reality does not support this claim.
The financial media rarely talks about deflation. But, if history is set to repeat, the word will eventually dominate conversations. See a chart that should concern everyone in the U.S.
"Concerns that a fresh round of sanctions against Russia would have a negative impact on euro area growth pressured the single currency lower." Those concerns aren't likely to lift any time soon, so the euro should keep weakening, right? Actually, no.
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