The British Parliament is voting again tonight on Brexit, possible the most overcooked and tedious political saga of all time.
It might feel as if he hasn’t been president of the U.S.A. for very long – although to many it will already feel like an eternity – but we are now only one year away from when the 2020 presidential race will really get going as the parties’ primaries get underway.
Today’s monthly European Central Bank monetary policy decision saw the ECB leave policy completely unchanged, and an indication that rates will be left alone for several months yet.
In my previous post I wrote about how we were in a very flat market, in which it might be best to stand aside.
If you are going to trade the markets, you had better have a good reason for buying and selling.
I woke up today to the news that over 700 million accounts with passwords have been hacked and published. Yes, 700 million, you read that right.
Mexicans using their own cars or other motor vehicles are having a tough time filling up their gas tanks.
Markets generally are in the process of making strong counter-trend moves.