Biggest S&P 500 heavyweights bring back memories of 1999 Companies that carry the most weight in the S&P 500 Index are getting heavier. Alphabet Inc., Google’s owner, joined with Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and Microsoft Corp. account for 16.6% of the S&P 500’s value, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Their share surpassed … Continue reading Memories
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Want to know why the biggest U.S. milk producer, Dean Foods, filed for bankruptcy this week?
Pound Surges as Johnson on Brink of a Brexit Deal. A Brexit deal looks highly likely but it will likely take an extension to get the deal signed, sealed, and delivered
Girl, we already do! In the news recently, there has been a lot of talk about the gender wage gap. According to the Bureau of Labor Statics, women earn $0.82 on the dollar compared to men. Additionally women spends 15% of their working years outside of the workforce caring for children and elderly parents compared … Continue reading Should Women Invest Differently from Men?
American Dream: 68% of Millennial Homeowners Regret Buying a Home A Bank of the West study finds that 68% of millennials regret buying a home.
Technology stocks have gone back to the future -- about 20 years back.
Days like Monday may be just what the S&P 500 needs to sustain a comeback from fourth-quarter losses
If you're looking for a signal that this year's gains in U.S. stocks will be fleeting, consider the VIX index.
Economy and stock market’s fundamentals are strong right now. Year-over-year earnings growth is currently at 20%. It looks like the final year-over-year earnings growth for 2018 will probably be somewhere closer to 15%. The yield curve is still positive (Yield curve is bearish for the market once it becomes inverted). Inflation growth is still muted. … Continue reading Is the Market Stuck?