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Charles Schwab’s Chief Investment Strategist, Liz Ann Sonders offers her stock market outlook for 2018. She talks to Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous where Sonders weighs in on inflation, the Federal Reserve, the biggest market risks, bitcoin’s meteoric rise, and her prediction on when we’ll be hit with a recession.
BMO Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski and Safanad CIO John Rutledge forecast growth and what to be careful of in the market and economy in 2018.
CNBC's Bob Pisani shares his expectations on the markets next year, including earnings, volatility and sector dispersion.
In the Trader column over the weekend, I took a look at the transportation sector--and even recommended United Parcel Service (UPS)--but one stock was noticeably absent: FedEx (FDX). In a March 18 column, I argued that weakness in transports wouldn't sink the market, and, at the time of peak Amazon.com (AMZN) worries, threw in a bullish take on FedEx to boot. "The company’s outlook for its fiscal year could suggest that the worst is behind it," I wrote at the time, and the market appears to have agreed: Shares of FedEx have returned 29% including reinvested dividends since then, more than double the S&P 500's 14% return.
U.S. stocks on Tuesday trade mostly lower, with the Dow struggling to hold on to positive territory, as investors return from the long holiday break, with technology stocks coming under pressure as shares ...
On December 20, 2017, the implied volatility of the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLU), which tracks the S&P 500 Utilities Index, was ~12%.
Several ETFs &stocks have easily crushed the market this year with a few funds generating more than 50% returns and a few stocks gaining more than 200%.
Wall Street's main indexes came under pressure on Tuesday following a 2.8 percent drop in Apple's shares on a report of weak iPhone X demand. Apple will slash its sales forecast for its flagship phone in the current quarter to 30 million units, down from what it said was an initial plan of 50 million units, Taiwan's Economic Daily reported, citing unidentified sources.
U.S. stocks were set to open lower on Tuesday in thin trading volume following the Christmas holiday as losses in Apple and a bunch of chipmakers weighed. Apple's shares fell 2.6 percent to $170.47 in premarket trading after Taiwan's Economic Daily reported the company would slash its sales forecast for the iPhone X in the quarter. Shares of Apple suppliers, including Broadcom, Skyworks Solutions, Finisar and Lumentum Holdings, fell between 1.47 percent and 3.4 percent.
U.S. stocks edged mostly lower in light trading early Tuesday as markets reopened following the Christmas holiday. Losses among technology companies outweighed gains by airlines and other industrials stocks. Energy companies rose as the price of crude oil headed higher.
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Comparing the performance of these sectors tells more of a story than simply saying 'Industrials vs. Tech.'
The major indexes are sliding this morning as Apple (AAPL), the market's largest stock, slides on concerns about the iPhone X. The S&P 500 has fallen 0.1% to 2,681.43 at 9:36 a.m. today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has declined 10.16 points to 24,743.90. The Nasdaq Composite has dropped 0.5% to 6,929.39. Today's loss appears to be almost entirely a result of Apple's 2.7%% drop to $170.16 on reports of sluggish sales of its new flagship phone.
Bitcoin and some retail stocks climbed, but early selling of Apple and its suppliers sent stocks lower at Tuesday's open.
CHK's stock price has fallen 48.6% on a YTD basis. The recovery in crude prices appears to have been offset by the performance of natural gas.
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m. Stocks are off to a sluggish start on Wall Street as technology companies move lower. Apple dropped 2.7 percent early Tuesday ...