Dow Futures Tumble on Fed Insider’s ‘Troubling’ New Bombshell

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures plunged in premarket trading Tuesday. Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, said economic activity is “levelling off” in a “troubling” new trend. Global stock rally hits the pause button after a week of solid gains. The U.S. stock market is taking a hard-earned breather on […]

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A Housing Crisis Is Brewing Because 4.3 Million People Can’t Pay Their Mortgages

Over 4 million individuals have not been able to pay their mortgage payments for 30 days or more. The housing market may see additional selling pressure as pressure on homeowners mount. Renters have also been unable to afford payments, putting additional risks on leasers. A staggering 4.3 million people have been unable to make their […]

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The Stock Market Is Looking Bullish – So Why Don’t Americans Agree?

Expectations of higher stock prices fell in May, according to the Fed’s consumer expectations survey. Consumers see a mean probability of less than 50% that stock prices will be higher a year from now. Consumer sentiment about the stock market is dipping as analyst sentiment grows stronger. When the U.S. stock market started to rebound […]

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The Fed Rescued Stocks from a Bear Market – But Bulls Won’t Like What Comes Next

Investors have learned by experience that it’s dangerous to “fight the Fed.” Since March’s promise of unlimited spending, the stock market has reversed its free fall with a strong rally. A shift in Federal Reserve buying trends suggests that the stock market has little upside left – and a potential drop ahead. “Don’t fight the […]

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Dow Stumbles as Wall Street Debates the Case for Negative Rates

The Dow Jones stumbled on Thursday after another dire jobless claims report. Speculative trading is dominating retail investment platforms, while seasoned stock market investors sit on the sidelines. The Federal Reserve may discuss negative rates this month. The Dow Jones went nowhere on Thursday after another miserable jobless claims report snapped the U.S. stock market’s […]

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Here’s Why Surging Gold Prices May Tee You Up for a Late-Year Plunge

Gold just had its best month since last August. But three converging factors point to a possible crash ahead. Central bank selling, deflation, and stabilizing oil prices all present grave threats to goldbugs. The gold price surged in April, posting its best month since August 2019. Unprecedented central bank and fiscal stimulus unleashed a flood […]

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America’s $2 Trillion Crush on Jerome Powell Will Disappear Come Payback Time

More Americans have confidence in Jerome Powell than any Federal Reserve chair since Alan Greenspan. His decisive $2 trillion stimulus packages mean more Americans think he will do the right thing than Donald Trump. But how will Americans react when Powell’s generosity ends, and the bill has to be paid? America has a soft spot […]

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Dow Jones on Edge as Fed Insider Admits Recession Is Unavoidable

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) swung wildly overnight, pointing to a nervous stock market open. Former Federal Reserve advisor said there’s little chance of avoiding a recession. Millions of jobs will be lost in the U.S. as major cities go into lockdown over the coronavirus. The stock market looks poised for a nervy open on […]

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Dow Futures Crash 1,041 Points as Fed Capitulates To Trump

Dow futures dropped 1,041 points despite a surprise announcement from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. The Fed made another emergency rate cut on Sunday, this time all the way down to 0%. Donald Trump cheered this effort, but Dow bulls appear unconvinced. In an incredible move reminiscent of the financial crisis in 2008, the Federal […]

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