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Sponsored Content - The present monetary tightening cycle now seems to be nearing its end (as far as rate hikes by Fed Chairman “Fire Marshall Jay” and his crew are concerned, anyhow; The Fed will reportedly continue trimming its balance sheet for the foreseeable future). That has many investors giddy, says Chris Temple, editor and publisher, National Investor Publishing.
Technology bulls and bears fought Friday to a draw as traders remained unimpressed by the latest batch of stronger-than-expected earnings reports from big technology companies, states Jon Markman, editor of Strategic Advantage.
The November uptrend continued. All eleven S&P SPDR sectors were higher last week, notes Bonnie Gortler of
The West Texas Intermediate crude oil is out of whack with Brent crude and the rest of the commodity complex this morning, says Phil Flynn of PRICE Futures Group.
The EUR/USD’s upward drift continues as it edges ever closer to the 1.10 handle, now just 50 pips shy of that psychological barrier states Fawad Razaqzada of Trading Candles.
Good post-holiday-Monday-morning! Stocks finished last week off mixed, and they’re under a bit of pressure in the early going here. Gold and silver are notably higher, though, while crude oil is modestly lower. The dollar and Treasuries are flattish.
The main reason for the stock rally earlier in November was the sharp decline of long-term interest rates. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note plunged from almost 5% to 4.5%, a big move from bond markets. Meanwhile, I continue to like two large cap names with leverage to a handful of powerful trends, writes Carl Delfeld, editor of Cabot Explorer.
My twin grandsons, age seven, give me immeasurable joy. I especially enjoy reading bedtime stories to them. Recently on the docket was the 1930 classic The Little Engine That Could, and it occurred to me that now’s an opportune time to write about small-cap stocks and their strong prospects for next year. The iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) is an ETF for profiting from them, advises John Persinos, editor of Investing Daily.
Apple (AAPL) reported fiscal fourth quarter sales dipped 1% to $89.5 billion, with net income up 11% to $22.96 billion and EPS up 13% to $1.46. During the conference call, CEO Tim Cook stated: “We’ve continued to invest in the future and managed for the long term. And we've carved a path of groundbreaking innovations and delivered with excellence every step of the way,” notes Ingrid Hendershot, editor of Hendershot Investments.
Traders have unique needs and opportunities in tax planning. Get organized well before the year-end so you don’t miss out, states Robert Green of

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