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Acuity Brands Drops On Downbeat Results; Go...

Jul 01, 2014No Comments

Closing out trading on Tuesday, the Dow traded up 0.87 percent to 16,973.74 while the NASDAQ surged 1.22 percent to 4,462.14. The S&P also rose,

Markets Surge; GM June Sales Rise 1%

Jul 01, 2014No Comments

Following the market opening Tuesday, the Dow traded up 0.71 percent to 16,945.92 while the NASDAQ surged 0.87 percent to 4,446.58. The S&P also rose,

#PreMarket Primer: Tuesday, July 1: Poroshe...

Jul 01, 2014No Comments

Despite growing pressure from the West and at home to extend the one week ceasefire, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday that he is

"Ending in tears" doesn’t m...

Jun 30, 2014No Comments

This is the second part of a two-part post. In part 1, I outlined the risks to the equity market (see This will end in

General Motors Issues More Recalls, Reach 2...

Jun 30, 2014No Comments

With minutes remaining in the trading day for Monday, the Dow traded down 0.13 percent to 16,830.49 while the NASDAQ surged 0.31 percent to 4,411.75.

MannKind Jumps On FDA Approval; Rayonier Sh...

Jun 30, 2014No Comments

Midway through trading Monday, the Dow traded down 0.08 percent to 16,837.93 while the NASDAQ surged 0.19 percent to 4,406.28. The S&P also fell, dropping

Markets Edge Higher; PPG To Acquire Comex F...

Jun 30, 2014No Comments

Following the market opening Monday, the Dow traded up 0.02 percent to 16,854.35 while the NASDAQ surged 0.17 percent to 4,405.27. The S&P also rose,

#PreMarket Primer: Monday, June 30: U.S. Da...

Jun 30, 2014No Comments

This week, economic data is expected to confirm once and for all that the US economy is back on solid ground after a shaky first

Dodge Economic Bullets with Greg McCoach...

Jun 30, 2014No Comments

The Gold Report: When we talked last October, you warned that the endgame for the economy was inevitable, as the government is running out of

This will end in tears, but when?

Jun 29, 2014No Comments

I have outlined in the past my long-term concerns over expected equity returns. Valuations are stretched (see More evidence of a low-return equity environment), but