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Why traders must stay optimistically cautious going forward

Why traders must stay optimistically cautious going forward

Chris Vermeulen | Equities.com |

The one interesting facet of the various research posts our team continues to digest is the continued bearish sentiment that exudes from some analysts. It appears these technical gurus have become married to the concept that global economic issues will cr


Trifecta Of Data Boosts The Market Higher

Adam Sarhan | Equities.com |

The market ended higher last week helped by a trifecta of positive data: The Fed, earnings, and economic data.


Global Central Banks Juice Stocks - Again

Adam Sarhan | Equities.com |

The big bullish change is that the Fed put, is alive and well.


Stocks Break Above Resistance As Earnings Begin

Adam Sarhan | Equities.com |

Stocks rallied for a fourth straight week as earnings season officially begin and positive news was released between China and the U.S.


The Economy IS Slowing

Lance Roberts | Equities.com |

There currently seems to be a very high level of complacency that the economy will continue its current cycle indefinitely. It is just our human nature.


The World’s Largest 10 Economies in 2030

Visual Capitalist | Equities.com |

According to projections by a prominent multinational bank, 7 of the world’s 10 largest economies will be in emerging markets in 2030.


Tracking the Trade War: US Car Sales to China Down, Parts From China Up

Mish Shedlock | Equities.com |

​What's supposed to have been "easy" has turned out quite differently.


Forecasting the Investing Habits of the Millennial Generation

Visual Capitalist | Equities.com |

Millennials are set to inherit the biggest wealth transfer in history, amounting to an estimated $30 trillion over the course of 30 to 40 years.


US Auto Overcapacity at 10 Plants 20,000 Direct Jobs: Not Just a

Mish Shedlock | Equities.com |

​The collapse of the sedan market has left Detroit automakers with too many plants. An auto recession has begun.


Visualizing the Snowball of Government Debt

Visual Capitalist | Equities.com |

The global economic tide can change fast, and in the event of a recession or rapidly rising interest rates, debt levels could come back into the spotlight very quickly.