The U.S. market is the world’s largest and most liquid. It’s also the safest and most developed. It’s home to high-flying tech companies like Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), manufacturers like Ford (NYSE: F) and Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), and financial juggernauts like JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS). Traders bet billions of dollars on commodities in both New York and Chicago. And U.S. Treasury bonds remain the world’s preferred safe-haven investment, while the dollar reigns as the dominant reserve currency.
So it’s no secret that Wall Street Daily is especially focused on opportunities right here in the United States.
The bull market deniers have been out in full force lately. From Pimco’s Bill Gross, who swears that “all asset prices are bubbly,” to billionaire Jim Rogers, who keeps urging caution because “the big, big rally in the U.S. stock… More »
Our Publisher, Robert Williams, just sat down with The Oxford Club’s Investment Director, Alexander Green, to discuss his compelling new book. Alex is one of the greatest minds in finance, as his track record proves. The book, An Embarrassment of… More »
The world’s newest Nobel Prize-winning economist, Robert Shiller, didn’t mince words this weekend. He told Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine, “I am most worried about the boom in the U.S. stock market.” Why? “Because our economy is still weak and vulnerable,”… More »