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Posted by Kristen August 26, 2015

Credit Not Money Rules Today’s Global Markets

Money may not rule the world, but today’s news headlines would have us all believe that credit does. After a glum day for global markets on Monday, China stocks tumbled an additional seven percent Tuesday morning. Chinese markets are in bear territory. The Chinese stock market has been on a roller coaster ride for the Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 24, 2015

China stocks plunge but other Asian markets hold on

  (CNN Money) The benchmark Shanghai Composite was about 5% lower in morning trading. Losses were sharper on China’s smaller Shenzhen Composite, which shed 6%. The Shanghai Composite has now declined 42% from its June 12 peak, erasing all gains year to date. Markets were faring better elsewhere in Asia. After starting the day in Continue reading →

Remember your objective, your goal, your plan, and hold tight

As expected markets were even worse on Monday than on Friday. It was scary, but there is no need to panic. Ignore all bears who are coming out of all directions screaming that this is it, this is the end, and this is the beginning of an even bigger crash! It is not. I can Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 23, 2015

Rout set to continue on Monday but do not panic

I have two news for you, one bad and one good. The selloff is going to continue on Monday as futures are already down another 2.5% as of now; yes it may change by the end of the night and we may open higher and see a V shape recovery, but as of now, it Continue reading →

Investing for A Good Cause: Breast Biopsy Space

If the thought of contributing to a meaningful cause through an investment, and profiting from that move appeals to you, consider one of these medical device publicly-traded companies. Striving to make strides in the area of breast biopsies, these companies have shown an intense goal of addressing one of the world’s most deadliest cancers – Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 11, 2015

A Stunned Wall Street Reacts To China’s Currency Devaluation

Tyler Durden: There is much stunned confusion among Wall Street’s “best and brightest” following China’s historic Yuan devaluation overnight which was predicted by exactly zero of said best and brightest, just like nobody expected the SNB to give up its own peg to the EUR in January.     The problem as the WSJ puts Continue reading →

Posted by Tedra DeSue August 10, 2015

Stock Splits: How You Can Benefit As An Investor

With awe, I’ve watched stocks soar to highs that were once deemed impossible by some market players. Companies whose share prices are well over $500 are those that may be considered ripe to split their stocks. Stock splits can be advantageous to investors, as well as to companies. In this piece, I will discuss these Continue reading →

Forget Greece. The Sky Is Falling In China

Greece’s three-week bank shutdown cost businesses over 3 billion euros according to the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Despite such astonishing news from Greece, this week national news outlets focused their resources into forecasting that the sky is falling in China. In the famous children’s story of Henny Penny, the chicken who believes the Continue reading →

Greek finance minister resigns – futures rally

A Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis announced that he resigns due to “certain preferences” among some Eurogroup participants. In other words, those participants couldn’t stand him anymore. And $SPX futures responded to the news with a rally (which of course will be a short lived, most likely): I only have a few words for this: Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 05, 2015

Greeks vote NO and send futures to abyss

Here we go again. Now I can say I thought Greeks would reject the Euro-offer, but before that I didn’t dare to say it. What if they chose the opposite, right? I must say that this vote contains so much stupidity in it that it stunned me a lot. If we take off all the Continue reading →