Apple, the S&P 500, and Nasdaq reached new milestones Monday as Big Tech continued to lead the market forward.
The S&P 500 Index has completed a 51% recovery from its March bottom. On Tuesday, it came within 0.2% of its all-time high.
China and Russia are ditching the U.S. dollar at a faster pace. In the process, they are fueling the record rally in gold.
The market cap of FANGMAN has hit a new all-time high. The tech bubble is far from bursting, contrary to various predictions.
Gold prices are surging because the economy is in trouble. That scenario doesn’t bode well for the Dow Jones.
After a down week, the technology-focused Nasdaq Composite Index is within striking distance of a new all-time high.
Three key factors could push airlines down: weak financials, a second wave of the pandemic, and high daily operational costs.
Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures point to a strong stock market open ahead of ‘record’ jobs data on Thursday morning.
Boeing stock dragged the Dow Jones into the red today, but Apple helped launch the Nasdaq to a new all-time high above 10,000.
The Tesla stock is now at $898 after a 7.56% upsurge on June 2. Five key factors set it up to surpass its record highs in the near-term.