There’s a gold rush going on in the markets.
What should investors do in the face of the recent market volatility?
Fears of a recession have been lessened by the rise in consumer spending.
After a slow first quarter for 2015, the U.S. economy showed signs of rebounding in April. Optimism among small business owners is fueling the momentum, but what is driving their capital expenditures?
Exceeding even the most optimistic forecast, consumer confidence reached a nearly seven year high in July. There’s a message in this for those following the jobs market, as Nina Glinski reports for Bloomberg.
What kind of performance should investors expect in the second half of 2014? The Leading Economic Indicator has just been released, along with a new forecast.
Will the secular bull market continue? Although there is no clear movement right now in stocks, Liz Ann Sonders has analyzed the current economic indicators and advises investors about what to expect.