With a big sell-off leading into Thanksgiving, U.S. stock markets are showing signs of serious weakness for 2018 spurring talk of a bear market.
Data show that economic changes since Trump's election are mostly positive, such as employment and unemployment rates, but Federal debt is rising.
Cryptocurrency and stock markets both fell amid growing concerns on global economies and trade wars between big nations such as the U.S. and China.
September is considered to be a rough month for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial and Nasdaq. However, gold shone the brightest this month.
U.S. stocks rose as major companies reported strong earnings this season. Most of these companies also beat their earnings forecasts.
The NASDAQ, Russell 2000 and S&P 600 all rose to new heights while DJI and other big indices did not amid fears of trade wars.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' recent employment report indicated that there was an increase in nonfarm payrolls last April.
Reading a lot and having a mentor can help newbie traders in their stock market journey.
The stock market crashed twice — first was on Feb. 5, then four days after that. What seemed to be an initial pickup for the year...
Over the past few days, the stocks doubled in pricing, making the stock market overvalued. A correction is only a matter of time.