Stock Market Rally

A sustained increase in stock prices over a period of time greater than one week is a stock market rally. Market rallies can last months or even years. There are up days and down days, but overall, the market moves higher over a period of time. The late 1990s saw one of the longest stock market rallies in history.

Another Warning Sign: Stocks Hit Highs on Collapsing Volume

By Friday, September 5, 2014
The Only Bear Left StandingSo the S&P 500 has touched the 2,000 mark. Will the S&P 500 continue to march to new highs? Well, my opinion towards the stock market hasn’t changed. I remain skeptical for a variety of reasons, many of which I have shared with my readers over the past few months. But I have a new concern about the stock market, something that hasn’t.

Feel Like You Are Missing Out?

By Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Stock Market Correction Very HighIf you follow the financial news, it feels like the stock market is moving higher and higher…a situation in which investors often feel they are missing out. But the reality of the situation is very different. So far this year, almost eight full months in, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up only three percent. Would you buy stocks with.

Stock Market Fake? Economic Growth Falls to Slowest Pace Since 2009

By Friday, August 22, 2014
Eurozone Economic Growth PrecariousNot too long ago, I reported that Italy, the third-biggest economy in the eurozone, had fallen back into recession. Now Germany’s economy is pulling back. In the second quarter of 2014, the largest economy in the eurozone witnessed a decline in its gross domestic product (GDP)—the first decline in Germany’s GDP since the first.

Why Higher Interest Rates Will Become a Necessity

By Monday, July 21, 2014
A Weak Economy Masked By an Artificial Stock Market RallyLet’s start with the U.S. housing market. Has the recovery for it ended or just stalled? My answer comes in one sentence: While it’s always a matter of location, only the high-end housing market is doing well, while the general market is weak. I can see it in the mortgage numbers. People just aren’t taking loans to buy homes in the U.S..

Investors Forgot Everything That Happened Just a Few Years Ago?

By Monday, July 14, 2014
The Economy and the Stock MarketThere are two important charts I want my readers to see this morning. The first is a chart that is an indirect measure of demand in the global economy. Right now, the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) sits at its lowest level of the year. Since the beginning of 2014, the BDI has fallen 60%. The BDI measures the cost of moving major raw materials by sea in .

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