From The WealthPress Team
Maybe you’re considering trading but don’t know where to even begin? Or maybe you’re looking for an easy-to-use trading platform?
It’s hard to trade stocks when they are at (or near) their all time highs.
Sometimes it’s hard to see stocks continuing to rise into unseen levels. But, if you had that mindset three weeks ago, you would’ve missed out on some serious gains.
Global markets are conflicted this morning as concerns over the pandemic rise, exhausting almost all the buying enthusiasm that’s recently pushed prices higher.
Right now, the U.S. economy is teetering between being able to support itself and taking a major dip. With all the madness going on in the world (and markets), I keep hearing friends and colleagues ask themselves if they’re prepared for a recession.
Cases of the virus have been continuing to increase and the economic forecasts outlook has been revised lower by the banks again…
Despite an overnight rally in tech shares and the Nasdaq hitting another all-time high, global markets slipped this morning as the pandemic dimmed hopes for a worldwide recovery.
Global markets and U.S. shares are on the rise this morning as investors disregard the surge in new virus cases in heavily populated areas around the world, choosing instead to set their sights on an economic recovery.
We’re watching some pretty sharp events take place. In the past six months alone, we’ve seen a nasty trade war with China and a global pandemic.
But there’s more where that came from…
Just days ago, major airliner stocks were set to soar… but in today’s market madness, they’ve already landed back on the ground…
This should come as no surprise, but the single best sector to outperform the overall market right now is the tech sector.
Oil stocks are in a bad place right now…
Global markets and Wall Street are on the rise this morning as hopes for the development of a virus vaccine intensify.
In fact, many investors are optimistic after Pfizer and BioNTech announced positive data from an early-stage vaccine trial, but meanwhile states like California and Texas are reporting record highs in new cases.