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Markets were relatively quiet with attention focused upon increased lockdown measures, overshadowing vaccine optimism. ...

Bloomberg quantified the velocity of change that occurred last Monday and Tuesday in the rotation from growth to value. Bloomberg stated “the quant shock that never could ...

The Dow soared 2.9% and bonds tumbled after a large-scale coronavirus vaccine study delivered promising results. Unlike last week’s advance where the majority of the companies in the S & P 500...

The election is in eight days. Will the outcome end the extreme vitriol and animosity that has dominated society over the last 9 months? I will argue COVID was the proverbial gasoline that ...

Bloomberg writes all the physical assets owned by all the companies in the S & P 500, all the cars and office building and factories and merchandise, if sold would generate less than ...

The indices declined after Treasury Secretary Mnuchin stated that it would be difficult to get a stimulus deal done before the election. Bloomberg notes however, the inverse of the vast majority of ...

Many times, I have commented about the massive influence that technology and algorithmic trading have upon the market. Dated SEC statistics suggest 90% of volume is the result of ...

To write the incredibly obvious portfolio performance has suffered if one does not own the mega sized technology concerns. Bloomberg writes financial and energy stocks, once dominant in the S & P 500, are ...