Has the E-Mini S&P 500 Future (ES_F) Formed a Secondary High?

Elliottwave Forecast | |

The current level around 2700 presents a formidable resistance.

Economic Data and Geopolitical Trends Indicate Continued Risk-Aversion in Markets

Richard Cox | |

Geopolitical tensions dominated the narrative once again this week, as investors look to macro factors for the next directional cues.

Is 2019 the Year that Blockchain Goes Mainstream? MIT Says So, Here’s Why

David Drake | |

The cryptocurrency industry is expected to recover after a tech review done by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) predicted that blockchain is likely to go mainstream this year .

​Practicums and Internships in Start-ups

Gary C. Bizzo | |

While both gain academic credit, internships are more full time experiences while the practicum gets a ‘taste’ of working in a specific industry.

​A Cold War with China Spells Trouble for Stocks

John Mauldin | |

US national security may be more important than risk asset performance for the first time in decades.

Are Investors Looking the Wrong Way? | |

The end of the government shutdown barely generated a response from the markets. What did? The rumor that the Fed may be considering ending its $50 billion-a-month drawdown of its balance sheet.

Markets Rebound: How Much Further Can the Stock Rally Extend?

Richard Cox | |

Stock markets displayed clear weakness at the end of last year suggests continued vulnerability going forward, and this could lead to reversals in recent market trends.

A Discussion of Accountability – #NorthamResign

CommPRO Global, Inc. | |

There isn’t any time when black face is acceptable – now, last year, five years ago, in grad school, high school or grade school.

​Protecting Your Data Privacy: Whose Job Is It Anyway?

Wendy Glavin | |

What are we going to do about all the data that’s increasingly controlling our lives?

Financial Myths: ​Looking for the Fastball, Got the Curve Ball — Part II

Michael McTague | |

All men are created equal, but states are not equal when they borrow money.