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Stocks start the week strong, then get stronger after the election. For oil, the uncertainty still flows. In the portfolio, we added to 3 positions and exited another.
Hillary Clinton is either about to become the first woman president of the United States or lose to Donald--who'd'a' thunk it--Trump.
If you think Hillary Clinton's headed to the White House, here's how you can bet on it through the stock market.
Jobs report can't give market much relief, but all eyes are on Tuesday's election. In the portfolio, we added to 2 positions and exited another.
Why did investors run from FB?, Jim Cramer asks.
Jim Cramer names companies with credibility, like NXPI and AAPL, and those that don't have it, including FIT.
The election, Fed, earnings and oil were all part of today's market selloff. Plus, a look at 3 AAP holdings.
Pfizer shares were slipping after the drugmaker posted a premarket earnings whiff.
A write-down on deregulated power assets pushes the utility into the red on a GAAP basis.
U.S. stock futures rise; the Fed begins a two-day policy meeting; BP's quarterly profit comes in at almost half of what it was a year earlier; Shell's earnings top estimates.
Wall Street ends a choppy day of trading after crude oil prices see losses accelerate throughout Monday's session.
U.S. stocks hold onto slight gains by midday Monday an earnings-driven jump in utilities offsets a decline in energy.
American Electric Power (AEP) will report its 2016 fiscal third-quarter results before tomorrow's opening bell.
The second-to-last week of Election 2016 did not go as Hillary Clinton would have liked, to say the least.
News the FBI is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton's email use as Secretary of State rocked markets Friday. Many Clinton-friendly stocks were in the red as well.
The Federal Reserve will again convene in the coming week to discuss monetary policy, but investors will instead focus on what it may mean for a rate hike in December.
Last week was, by many measures, a good one for Hillary Clinton. It was strong for stocks that might surge under her presidency as well.
Strong earnings and big deals aren't enough to break the market out of a trading range.
Stocks hold mixed on Thursday afternoon as Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene push health care higher, while defensive names slip on a spike in Treasury yields.
Stocks fluctuate by late Thursday morning as a rally in Twitter shares fades.
M&A dollar volume is down as dealmakers worry about political uncertainties at home and abroad.
Hillary Clinton's standing in the polls has solidified in recent days, despite hiccups. The stocks that stand to do well with her in the White House haven't done particularly well.
Flood of earnings, data and reports restrains the market, with no help from Wednesday's debate. We added to one of our portfolio positions.
Stocks that might surge under a Hillary Clinton presidency have not followed her recent rise in the polls.
We took advantage of several down days during the week to add to a recently added position.
Hillary Clinton's odds at victory in November improved last week, but the stocks that stand to do well under her presidency remained largely unmoved.
We continue to look for places to opportunistically deploy our cash after a luke-warm jobs report failed to provide the market with additional clarity.
The Fed, oil and banks were the main market movers this week. We exited one portfolio position and added a starter position in a tech name.
The defensive nature of utilities in ETFs, coupled with the low risk and high dividends they produce are attractive to many investors, especially during times of market uncertainty.
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