Recession

After Brexit, 9 Reasons To Be Bullish On Great Britain

Today Mrs. May finally officially announced Brexit and kicked-off the process of divorce from the EU. A disaster for Britain, according to officials in Brussels, Berlin and Paris. Really? Whenever there is broad consensus it is worthwhile to challenge it.

4 Factors Driving Oil Prices This Summer

Uncertainty is dominating today’s oil markets, with production cuts, ballooning inventories and a rising rig count all adding to oil price volatility. And as the summer driving season approaches and oil companies return to their projects here are four key factors to watch closely.

Consumer Confidence Soars To Highest Since The Peak Of The Dot-Com Bubble

Conference Board Consumer Confidence smashed expectations in March - bursting to 125.6 (114 exp) - the highest since December 2000. Both the present situation and expectations soared, jobs plentiful jumped to its highest since Sept 2001.It is clear that confidence is inspired by stock market values, not real earnings growth.

It's "Judgment Time": Goldman Sees Three Options For Traders

Judgment Time … Options Include: 1) get bearish S&P for a trade; 2) don’t fight the primary trend -- this is a melt-up, and there are good (macro) reasons behind it; 3) simplify the portfolio; wait for better location to re-load length.

Weekend Reading: Lack Of Perspective

"While it is often said it is only “time IN the market” that matters, investors must remember “time” is the one commodity we can not replace."

Millennials Don't Consider Themselves Adults Until 30

The median age of millennials is 30 - meaning that half are older and half are younger - and 30 happens to be the age at which millennials tend to self-identify as adults according to new research by CBS.