Global stocks rallied on Tuesday on strong U.S. economic data showing that consumer confidence levels had climbed to a five-year high this month.
The key to restoring quality education is to replace the bureaucratic control of education with a free-market in education.
Big money is being made again in the stock markets. But should you invest?
The average student debt for 25 year-olds nearly doubled in the last nine years. We haven’t even begun to see the long-term effects of this crisis.
The stock market fell today on news that the FOMC Minutes showed some Fed governors wanted to begin pulling back on QE in the month of June.
As the first US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall said, “The power to tax is the power to destroy” — and who better to destroy than one’s political enemies?”
Last week we enjoyed a nice rise in our stock holdings as the global equity markets continue to spike higher courtesy of the worldwide campaign of monetary easing. This week, I am particularly bullish on Japan and the NASDAQ (and the NASDAQ 100).
On this week’s show, Pastor Mark Biltz shares an amazing discovery: Four back-to-back lunar eclipses set to occur on the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles and Passover in 2014 and 2015. What does it mean?
Are we supposed to forget that this kind of whitewashing of facts is standard operating procedure when it comes to the US government?
Several important events will be taking place this week that wise investors should know about. It’s hard to know what to pay attention to with our noisy financial media treating many meaningless news events with apocalyptic fervor. So here’s the news that we will be watching here at FTMDaily this week.
On this week’s show, stock investing ideas and and a global macro update…
We are certainly not in a recovery. We don’t see the long unemployment and soup kitchen lines like in the Great Depression, but that’s just because the lines are electronic now.
Today, ECB chief Mario Draghi restated his commitment to additional monetary easing, if needed. The markets liked it enough to put the Euro Stoxx 50 into buying range for short-term traders.
The ECB rate cut, down to a record 0.5%, will harm gold prices in the near term. However, the inflation of the Euro will ultimately drive gold’s equilibrium price even higher.
This isn’t your grandfather’s economy. You need to know how to adapt and grab the bull by the horns in order to thrive today.
U.S. Stocks remain in an uptrend. Here is a quick look at the technicals of some of the major indices and commodities.
So far, the “sell in May and go away” trade is not working. I recently alerted you to the fact that the U.S. stock market had resumed its uptrend after struggling briefly in late April.