Markets have a history of being prone to booms and busts, and few have been more prone to them than the Canadian TSX Venture Exchange (CDNX).
It's unclear if the bull market is ending, but negative gains were seen over the past week. Gold outperformed other stocks while crypto is outlining losses.
In the previous week, the Dow Jones set two new all-time highs, closing at 5.55 percent.
Real estate is in a bull market and mortgage rates have increased 4.72 percent, a level not seen since May 2011.
The national debt of the U.S. is on the rise again and going beyond the $20 trillion mark.
The US stock market seems to be steady right now, but the possibility of a trade war with China and the Facebook controversy are driving its...
Michael Flynn's guilty plea caused a reversal in the market, but it rebounded shortly.
Bubbles have been emerging in various markets, but there hasn't been one in commodities.
Several things should break positively in the stock market, including Trump's tax cuts, for DJI to see double-digit gains.
Aside from the stock market's good news, the American consumer sentiment seemed to be at its peak as it rarely goes higher than 100.