And just like that, the longest economic expansion the U.S. has ever seen is over.
GDP data for the U.S. first quarter came out 4.8% lower today, and while investors were preparing for an annualized drop of 5%, the report is still incredibly alarming.
Six years of growth are gone in the matter of two months.
There’s an urgency to restart the economy, including from President Trump. He’s asking some governors to lift lock-downs amid re-election.
In today’s video, I’m also covering whether top tech stocks will rally… the weakest sector right now… a high probability trade with entry and stop loss… and the best way to profit from the industrial sector.
BY ROGER STONE In 2015, when writing his dissenting opinion against FCC 15-24 — formally known as the Report and Order on Remand, Declaratory Ruling, and Order in the Matter of Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet, but commonly referred to as ‘Net Neutrality,” — Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Ajit […]
I’m so excited for baseball season to start this week, I can barely contain myself. I’ve got my subscription to MLB.TV ready to go, some Nathan’s Famous hot dogs – the official wiener of MLB – ready to grill up, and some Miller Lite getting cold in the fridge. Yeah, […]
COVID-19 infections have increased over the past few months, hospitals are starting to run over capacity once again in some states and unemployment numbers are looking worse than ever. While the overall stock market appears overstretched to most traders and investors, I have found three stocks ready to heat up […]