Category: Media

56 posts categorized as "Media"

21Mar

“Stocks Could Stay Stuck in a Tight Range” – WSJ article ft. Rob Stein

Even as the S&P 500 has carved out new records in 2014, the U.S. stock market is struggling to match the big strides made last year. (READ MORE…)

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6Mar

“U.S. Stocks Rise as Jobless Claims Fall to 3-Month Low” – Bloomberg article ft. Rob Stein

U.S. stocks rose, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to an all-time high, as data showed jobless claims fell to the lowest level in three months and investors watched developments in Ukraine. (READ MORE…)

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21Feb
21Feb

“Stock funds worldwide attract $13.4 billion over week: BofA” – Reuters article ft. Rob Stein

Fund investors worldwide poured $13.4 billion into stock funds in the week ended February 19 on confidence thatstocks could head higher, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report showed on Friday. (READ MORE…)

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12Feb
11Feb

“Stocks up after Yellen remarks; debt ceiling news” – Yahoo Finance article ft. Rob Stein

Stocks rose in midday trading Tuesday as the new head of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, signaled that the central bank would continue to dial back its stimulus program if the U.S. economy keeps improving. (READ MORE…)

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6Feb

“Stocks Sputter as Traders Sit Tight” – WSJ article ft. Bryan Novak

U.S. stock benchmarks edged lower Wednesday, as traders paused after a volatile start to the week. (READ MORE…)

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28Jan

“Stocks regain footing; Nasdaq swings back to slight gain” – MarketWatch live blog ft. Rob Stein

“It looks like markets reacted too much too fast in the past few days and now realizing that it was slightly overdone. This kind of bounce is expected when markets are oversold and calm returns.” (READ MORE…)

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6Jan

“U.S. Stocks Pare Losses” – WSJ article ft. Rob Stein

U.S. stocks pared earlier losses to trade little changed, continuing the market’s lackluster start to the new year as investors digested data showing the services sector expanded at a slower rate than expected. (READ MORE…)

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6Jan

“Where the Markets are Headed in 2014” – CNN Money survey ft. Rob Stein

CNNMoney survey of investment strategists and money managers for 2014 year-end targets (SEE HERE…)

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20Dec
13Dec

“High-Yield Bond ETFs Worth Risk” – IndexUniverse interview w/Rob Stein

The U.S. economy is on the mend, and 2014 should bring another year of positive market action if economic fundamentals continue on their strengthening path. (READ MORE…)

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10Dec

“Stocks Slide as Investors Take Profits” – WSJ article ft. Rob Stein

U.S. stocks edged lower as investors looked to cash in on some of the year’s strong gains and weighed the potential impact of reduced Federal Reserve stimulus. (READ MORE…)

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14Nov

“DJIA, S&P 500 at Records; Yellen is Focus” – WSJ article ft. Bryan Novak

U.S. stocks closed at new record highs Wednesday on rising hopes for continued central-bank stimulus efforts. (READ MORE…)

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8Oct

“Debt Ceiling Worries Press U.S. Stocks Lower” – 4traders article ft. Bryan Novak

U.S. stocks extended recent losses as the continuing stalemate in Washington prompted stepped-up selling from investors looking to cash out of the market after a year of big gains. (READ MORE…)

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8Oct

“Stocks Finish Lower as Stalemate Drags On” – WSJ article ft. Bryan Novak

Stock investors stepped up the pace of selling Tuesday, sending major market indexes to their lowest levels in more than a month amid the stalemate in Washington. (READ MORE…)

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8Oct

“LinkedIn, Tesla, Netflix: ‘Momentum’ Plays Get Bruised Tuesday by Debt Ceiling Concerns” – WSJ article ft. Bryan Novak

What goes up a lot, must come down a lot. Amid a sea of red in the stock market Wednesday, some of the names seeing the biggest losses are stocks that have been huge winners this year, favorites of the so-called momentum crowd. (READ MORE…)

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10Jul

“Stocks Seesaw, Then Jump on Bernanke Remarks” – WSJ article ft. Bryan Novak

Stocks ended the day barely changed after the Federal Reserve’s latest policy-setting meeting minutes showed a divide among officials over when to end stimulus. (READ MORE…)

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1Jul

“Asset Managers’ Top 3 Picks for Q3” – IBD article ft. Bryan Novak

A new quarter marks a new beginning for a market facing rising interest rates and uncertainties about monetary policy. We asked three money managers to share their best ETF investment ideas for achieving outperformance in the third quarter. (READ MORE…)

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24Jun

“Stocks Sink in Broad Selloff” – Wall Street Journal article ft. Bryan Novak

Stocks closed broadly lower but escaped the worst of the day’s declines after a selloff in Treasury bonds lost steam midday. (READ MORE…)

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