Halloween Hershey Market News Tootsie Roll 

Three Candy Stocks With Breakout Potential Ahead of Halloween

Investors on the prowl for a dividend-paying income stock in a company with a respected brand, solid management and strong fundamentals needn’t look any further than what Halloween has to offer. These three candy stocks might make a welcomed addition to your stock portfolio just in time for the holiday: The Hershey Company, Tootsie Roll Industries, and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. 1. One Hot Candy Stock: The Hershey Company (NYSE: HSY) On Jun. 12, Jim Cramer said: “The company’s relatively new management team has been executing a very smart turn around…

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Market News Money Market Funds 

Money Market Funds Foretell Punishing Reversal for Stocks Mirroring 2008 Financial Crisis

The Dow and broader U.S. stock market are surging once again after the United States and China secured a partial trade deal that avoids the escalation of further hostilities between the two superpowers. For all the hype surrounding “phase one” trade agreement, the U.S. and China remain far apart on most of the hotly debated issues that have prolonged the tariff war for the past 15 months. If we follow the money, we can quickly see that investors are preparing for the worst. Activity in one segment of the financial…

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Dow Jones Market News Trade War 

Dow Futures Wobble as U.S.-China Trade War Escalates Ahead of Critical Talks

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) posted narrow gains in aftermarket trading Wednesday, as the threat of an escalating trade war between the United States and China continued to weigh. Dow Futures Rise; S&P 500, Nasdaq Follow Futures contracts on all three major U.S. indexes rose slightly in overnight trading, with the Dow Jones mini climbing 57 points, or 0.2%. S&P 500 futures added 0.3% and the Nasdaq 100 contract climbed 0.3%. Dow Jones futures point to modest open for U.S. stocks on Wednesday. | Chart: Bloomberg Equities…

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Market News Opinion S&P 500 

Active Trader Predicts a Stock Market Crash in Q4 Due to Liquidity Crisis

The S&P 500 (SPX) may have bounced from last week’s selloff but it seems that investors remain jittery. You can’t blame them. Uncertainties from the trade war, global dollar shortage, and weak manufacturing data are all threatening an index that’s trading close to all-time highs. As a result, fear is driving stock market sentiment. Investors are overwhelmed by fear. | Source: CNN It appears that the future may be starting to look gloomy for the index. We talked to an active day trader and she revealed that a frightening fourth…

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gold Market News us dollar 

Gold Price Tumbles as Signs of Pervasive Dollar Shortage Emerge

The price of gold tumbled on Monday and threatened to slip below $1,500 an ounce after the precious metal became more expensive for holders of foreign currencies. Under normal circumstances, dollar-denominated gold and other precious metals tend to fall when the greenback strengthens. Gold Price Tumbles; Silver Follows Futures on December gold tumbled all the way down to $1,501.20 a troy ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract was last down $8.20, or 0.5%, to $1,504.70. The price of gold tests the lower range…

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Market News Opinion S&P 500 tom lee 

Weak US Economy Flashes ‘Risk On’ Signal for Stock Market Bulls

The S&P 500 extended its recovery on Friday, adding to Thursday’s solid bounce following an intense two-day stock market correction. The bullish price action prompted many traders to predict that the market’s bellwether index had already bottomed out. A professional trader believes that the SPX is bound to rally soon | Source: Twitter These traders are not alone in their optimistic outlook. Fundstrat co-founder Thomas Lee remains mighty bullish on the stock market. He believes that the S&P 500 will print new highs despite faltering economic data published earlier in…

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Dow Jones Market News Op-ed S&P 500 

This Dow Rebound Is Just Another Step Towards the Big Crash

The media and stock market analysts are all aflutter today following the stock market’s dramatic rebound. Thirty minutes after today’s open, the Dow cratered 300 points in a matter of minutes, only then claw its way back and finish up 122 points. The stock market has been caught in a trading range for a number of months, as news oscillates between bullish and bearish. On the one hand, the market is jittery about the ongoing trade war with China, the cratering of the manufacturing index, and the threat of presidential…

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Donald Trump Dow Jones Market News 

Dow Futures Search for Reprieve After Chaotic Selloff as Investors Assess Over-Hyped Trump Rally

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and broader U.S. stock market rose in after-hours trading Thursday, clawing back some of their brutal losses from the prior session. As the outlook on the U.S. economy continues to deteriorate, Bloomberg provided a sobering take on the so-called Trump rally. Dow Futures Rise; S&P 500, Nasdaq Follow Futures for all three major U.S. indexes rose during the Asian session, mirroring a similar performance just 24 hours ago. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 81 points, or 0.3%, to 26,066.00….

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Beyond Meat Business News IPO Market News Op-ed WeWork 

Unicorn IPOs Have Incinerated $45 Billion This Year

The proposed WeWork IPO has totally collapsed. Founder Adam Neumann is out as CEO, and the company has slashed real estate deal activity and fired staff. The company’s credit rating has been cut to B-, and its bonds are plunging. Softbank recently valued WeWork at $47 billion, now some analysts say it may be worth much closer to zero. Unlike Softbank, stock market investors dodged a bullet with WeWork. But unicorn IPOs have crushed investors this year regardless. In fact, looking at ten of the biggest IPOs of 2019, collectively,…

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gold Market News silver us dollar 

Gold Price Plunges 3% as Fed’s Repo Operation Ignites Dollar-Shortage Fears

The price of gold was under pressure Friday, extending a weeklong slump that saw the U.S. dollar rise to multi-year highs against a basket of currencies. Gold Tumbles; Silver Follows Futures on December gold delivery reached a session low of $1,493.30, putting them on track for their lowest settlement in over a month. The contract was last seen at $1,504.60, having declined $10.60, or 0.7%, on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold price unwinds from recent highs. | Chart: Bloomberg Bullion is down more than 3%…

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