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The new bull market will be led by the stocks of these three industries.  Tech and the FAANGs will fall by the wayside

The new bull market will be led by the stocks of these three industries. Tech and the FAANGs will fall by the wayside

We do not yet know if the recent rally triggers a new bull market in equities. But here’s a sure bet: once the new bull market is here, entirely different groups will lead. It will be with the old – think of the FAANGs – and with the new. To find out which new sectors …

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Stock market rally amid FTX blast and Facebook-parent layoffs, says investors could whistle past recession graveyard

Stock market rally amid FTX blast and Facebook-parent layoffs, says investors could whistle past recession graveyard

Investors stunned by last week’s strong rally in stocks may want to listen to Tom Waits’ song, 1978’s “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard,” to sober up the dangers that still lurk. The surge in stocks catapulted the S&P 500 SPX index, +0.92% TO SPY, +0.97% almost back to the 4,000 mark on Friday, also taking it …

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Citi says investors have up to six weeks to continue to squeeze bears after inflation surprise

Citi says investors have up to six weeks to continue to squeeze bears after inflation surprise

Well, that was something. Inflation is slightly lower than expected, then the rockets are out – the best one-day percentage increase for the S&P 500 SPX since April 6, 2020 and the best one-day percentage rise for the Nasdaq Composite since March 24, 2020. If inflation has really peaked, there are really only two questions: …

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Here's the problem under the hood of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway

Here’s the problem under the hood of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway

It’s Midterm Day in America, so get your gun ready (where the law allows), get your local election lawyer to dial quickly, and break out the popcorn. United States, United States. More on that later. The company lost $2.7 billion in the third quarter, although its earnings are notoriously volatile and the losses were driven …

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Here's how much more Chinese stocks could rally from zero-COVID, Goldman Sachs strategists say

Here’s how much more Chinese stocks could rally from zero-COVID, Goldman Sachs strategists say

Stocks on Wall Street are set to rebound to start a new week, with politics in the spotlight as the US midterm elections are about to begin. Many expect a divided Congress and a political stalemate for two years, which isn’t necessarily bad for the markets, which tend to prefer a divided government. Neil Wilson, …

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“Oh my God, why am I not at the market?  This Forecaster Says Investors Will Be Shocked By What Happens Next

“Oh my God, why am I not at the market? This Forecaster Says Investors Will Be Shocked By What Happens Next

Slower, but higher rates and no pivot this side of Christmas. That was the message from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell after the central bank’s fourth straight hike. Bruised investors look set to continue selling stocks on Thursday as yields rise. Not everyone agrees with Powell. “The Fed is making a huge policy mistake, and they …

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“Oh my God, why am I not at the market?  This Forecaster Says Investors Will Be Shocked By What Happens Next

“Oh my God, why am I not at the market? This Forecaster Says Investors Will Be Shocked By What Happens Next

Slower, but higher rates and no pivot this side of Christmas. That was the message from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell after the central bank’s fourth straight hike. Bruised investors look set to continue selling stocks on Thursday as yields rise. Not everyone agrees with Powell. “The Fed is making a huge policy mistake, and they …

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