‘She never explained anything’: I’m a senior citizen and I lost $100,000 in the stock market this year. Can I sue my financial adviser?

‘She never explained anything’: I’m a senior citizen and I lost 0,000 in the stock market this year.  Can I sue my financial adviser?

I am a senior citizen and have suffered major losses to the tune of $100,000 in the recent stock market turmoil. Can I sue my financial adviser? I understand the dynamics of the market as far as its ups and downs, and have ridden them out before. However, it’s been different with the market in … Read more

Jeffrey Gundlach says bonds are ‘wickedly cheap’ compared to stocks — and offers one way to get a 9% return without much risk

Jeffrey Gundlach says bonds are ‘wickedly cheap’ compared to stocks — and offers one way to get a 9% return without much risk

You can forgive Jeffrey Gundlach, a long-suffering Buffalo Bills fan, if he has the NFL on his mind now that the team he supports looks like the Super Bowl favorite. The chief executive of DoubleLine Capital says he recalls an ad for Crown Royal whisky, in which a referee tells drinkers to take a water … Read more

September sadness could explain why stocks are being hit hard this month

September sadness could explain why stocks are being hit hard this month

September appears to be the worst month for Seasonal Affective Disorder, which may be the missing link for why the month is so bad for the stock market. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a depressive mood disorder related to the change of seasons. While most of us have heard of SAD, few associate it … Read more

Why stock-market bears are eyeing June lows after S&P 500 falls back below 3,900

Why stock-market bears are eyeing June lows after S&P 500 falls back below 3,900

Goodbye, summer bounce. The S&P 500 finished Friday below a crucial chart support level that’s served as a battleground in recent years, leading technical analysts to warn of a potential test of the stock market’s June lows. “Over the last three years, the level on the [S&P 500] with the most amount of volume traded … Read more

The Fed isn’t pivoting. Why were stock investors the last to know?

The Fed isn’t pivoting.  Why were stock investors the last to know?

After Friday’s brutal session for stocks, it appears equities were the last asset class to accept the notion that the Federal Reserve likely won’t be pivoting to a less aggressive monetary policy stance soon. Judging solely by movements in yields and exchange rates, it seems like bonds, gold and the dollar all days ago started … Read more

Stocks may be headed for another selloff according to RBC’s ‘hedge fund hot dogs’ basket

Stocks may be headed for another selloff according to RBC’s ‘hedge fund hot dogs’ basket

A group of the most popular stocks owned by the world’s largest hedge funds are starting to underperform the broader market once again. According to a team of analysts at RBC Capital Markets, this is a sign that US stocks could be headed for another blowup. For several years now, a team of equity analysts … Read more

Why China-Taiwan tensions moved to the forefront of financial market worries

Why China-Taiwan tensions moved to the forefront of financial market worries

It’s an island off the coast of China, with a land area comparable to Maryland and Delaware combined. Its population is about 1 million higher than that of Florida. Often overlooked in world headlines, Taiwan is grabbing the financial market’s attention as the biggest macro risk of the day, prompting many traders and investors to … Read more

Stock market bottom or bear bounce? What skeptics want to see as S&P 500 extends gain

Stock market bottom or bear bounce?  What skeptics want to see as S&P 500 extends gain

US stocks on Wednesday were attempting to build on a big and broad Tuesday bounce, but skeptics aren’t yet convinced the move is more than a bear-market rally. Tuesday’s rally was “undoubtedly impressive, especially following a sharp reversal lower the previous day,” said Kevin Dempter, a technical analyst at Renaissance Macro, in a Wednesday note. … Read more

Dow clings to gain as earnings season kicks off, with investors scaling back Fed rate-hike expectations

Dow clings to gain as earnings season kicks off, with investors scaling back Fed rate-hike expectations

US stocks rose, but trimmed earlier gains, as investors focused on positive elements in the quarterly results of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Bank of America Corp. in an attempt to build upon upside momentum ahead of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike next week. How stocks are trading The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA … Read more

Beleaguered crypto lender Celsius files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Beleaguered crypto lender Celsius files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Calling it a “a defining moment,” embattled crypto lender Celsius Networks has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. In a statement late Wednesday, Celsius co-founder and Chief Executive Alex Mashinsky said the filing in US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York “is the right decision for our community and company.” “I am … Read more