Institutional investors are shorting the S&P 500 Index at levels not seen since 2016. Is this a sign of things to come or a good contrarian indicator for the bulls?
Plunging technology stocks weighed on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Wednesday morning. Negative virus headlines added fuel to the fire.
Equities have been trekking higher since April, but the rally is probably on its last leg, according to JPMorgan.
The stock market could be in the middle of a dangerous bubble, inflated by enthusiastic investors betting on a speedy economic recovery.
More than two-thirds of professional investors think the stock market surge is a bear market rally, which typically precedes a deeper crash.
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The U.S. stock market is facing a critical inflection point that could dictate the flow of trade in the short term.
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The Dow Jones went on a 911-point rampage on Monday. But this is the worst kind of stock market rally, and that should scare you.
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The stock market will eventually reflect the underlying economy. It would be better for this reckoning to happen sooner rather than later.
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