Bill Hastie |

A day of volatile trading yesterday left the U.S. equity market with moderate losses across the board.  The Dow and S&P 500 dropped 130.40 and 28.48 points, or

Bill Hastie |

Another mixed day on Wall Street yesterday, saw the Dow as the only winner of the day gaining 36.78 points, or +0.13%.  Technology and many COVID-recovery

Melissa Martin, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Certified Pilates Instructor |

September is the month of the official start to fall. I don’t know about you, but this is personally my favorite season of the year. Not only because my

Bill Hastie |

That was an August for the record books!  The U.S. equity markets, led by the red-hot technology sector, posted some very impressive numbers.  The Dow, which

Bill Hastie |

More solid economic news kept the U.S. equity markets rolling yesterday, with broad-based gains in many sectors of the market.  Technology posted another solid

Bill Hastie |

A broad-based rally on Wall Street yesterday saw all three major market stock indices gaining more than 1% and advancing stocks outnumbered declining shares by

Bill Hastie |

Last week was second consecutive week of increased volatility and mixed returns, and last Friday was a perfect example.  The Dow and S&P 500 finished the week

Bill Hastie |

The U.S. equity markets are modestly firmer this morning following another broad-based rout yesterday.  The Dow fell 405.89 points, or -1.45%.  The S&P 500 and

Bill Hastie |

Yesterday was a day of recovery in the U.S. equity markets, or perhaps better described as investors buying some of the very best names of the NASDAQ at

Bill Hastie |

Another major rout for the U.S. equity markets yesterday led downward by the technology sector.  If fact, the tech sector dipped into correction level yesterday

Bill Hastie |

Last week ended with a sharp sell-off on Thursday and Friday, shaving about (using the S&P 500) 5% off the market.  The decline was led by the NASDAQ

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