Mark Hulbert

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President Donald Trump with China’s president, Xi Jinping, in Beijing for trade talks in 2017. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Donald Trump is increasingly betting that stock market strength is the key to him being re-elected next year, according to Bloomberg and CNBC reports (...)

US president Donald Trump: he  has threatened to shut down the government if his funding demands for the US-Mexico wall are not met. Photograph: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

US stock markets have been shaky lately. In fact, they’ve been shaky since peaking 11 weeks ago. Are we any closer to a bottom? Bears might see such (...)

Although the rhetoric coming from the Trump administration is “pretty wild and heated”, the reality has been “pretty mild”. Photograph: Win McNamee/Getty Images

The escalation in global trade tensions hit stocks last week. Should investors be worried? Certainly, a proper trade war could do real damage. A 10 pe(...)

Traders on the floor of the NYSE, August 31st, 2017. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Are investors losing faith in Europe? The price action might suggest as much. The Stoxx Europe 600 hit six-month lows last week, while Germany’s Dax a(...)

Snap’s valuation, expected to be in the region of $20-$25 billion, means it will likely trade on a stratospheric price-sales ratio of 55. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Snap, the parent company of photo-sharing app Snapchat, is set to make its stock exchange debut next month in what is the biggest US technology initia(...)

It seems the FTSE 100 has forgotten how to decline in 2017, hitting a record number of consecutive daily gains and all-time high after all-time high. (...)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton smiles on stage at a rally  in Las Vegas. Photograph: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

There’s been much chatter about how financial markets would respond to a Donald Trump victory in today’s presidential election. However, a related que(...)

More than just a name change for Google What’s in a name? About $30 billion in the case of Google/Alphabet, judging by last week’s upbeat market react(...)

Should investors wish for a US market decline in 2015? Yes, say money managers Barry Ritoltz and Ben Carlson. Neither is bearish – rather, both(...)

“Is shorting the euro the new one-way bet?” CNBC’s hyperbolic headline follows the euro’s rapid descent, from $1.39 in May to below $1.27 last week, i(...)

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