One simple rule has separated ultra-successful companies from the also-rans: adapt to consumer trends, or get left behind.
Some of us watch gold, some of us watch silver, and some of us watch both... but how many of us regularly monitor the ratio of gold to silver?
Two billionaire philanthropists, Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio and Tudor Investment Corporation founder Paul Tudor Jones, have garnered acclaim over the years for their market commentary and insi...
It’s always possible to dig up a bearish chart somewhere, even in the best of circumstances. But when practically every chart you find is downright nihilistic about the state of the markets, it’s bound to give you pause – and make you rethink your equities allocations.
The Fed is full of absolute masters of euphemistic, toned-down language that hides insidious and unsettling half-truths. It takes the patience of a saint and an uncanny ability to read between the lines to decipher Fed language, which is now telling us that the era of easy-money policy is in the rear-view mirror and will not be seen again anytime soon.
October 19, 1987: if you’re old enough to remember this day, then you will likely never forget it. It’s the day the stock market collapsed, but it wasn’t just any collapse.
The economy in the United States is essentially a tale of two worlds. On the surface, it seems like the stock market is completely resilient and the jobs market is booming. On the other hand, we h...