he Federal Reserve meets this week to discuss the presumed interest rate hikes. This has plenty of traders on the edge of their seats.
A year ago we made our predictions on the future of the markets. How did the coaches predictions pan out?
The question we all want the answer to; Who runs things around here? Long time trader and market analyst Jeff Crystal joins the action and helps us get to the bottom of the age-old question.
Earnings for the season are drawing to a close, as is the election. The market’s had a nine-day cold streak, but was it due to poor earnings or a particularly volatile election?
The election’s finally over and we have a new president-elect. What might be next for the markets and the country now that Middle America has spoken?
Bullish markets can feel easier to trade than bearish ones; even if you enter a stock mid-run, you can still turn a profit. Description Bullish markets can feel easier to trade than bearish ones; even if you enter a stock mid-run, you can still turn a profit. That’s not quite the case with bearish markets,…
It can feel like it’s impossible to not find a winning trade in a bull market. Entire sectors see anywhere from steady to meteoric rises, companies report increased earnings quarter over quarter… even normally mediocre stocks can feel the uplift of such a market (as a rising tide raises all ships). Description It can feel…