Is there a more sustainable way to drill a hole? Consider that power drill stored at the back of a cupboard at home. On average it’s used for six minutes a year. Surely it would be better to rent one when you need to fix that wonky door? But this […]
Should job creation and job retention be treated as equal for purposes of the Illinois EDGE tax credit program?
You know who your star employee is. They are the one whom you can always count on to stay late to help you meet a deadline or pick up a crucial item you need for your presentation at the last minute. The truth is, without your best employees, you’d be screwed. […]
I’m currently going through something of a Destiny resurgence, as I await the coming big releases of 2015. I’ve headed back into the game in an attempt to crawl somewhat closer to the level cap, and seeing if the game has evolved in meaningful ways since I’ve been away. In short, […]
Truth be told, you’re making it hard for others to support your career. At least that’s the case if you are skipping any of the ten basic principles on this list. In the spirit of full disclosure, not every item on this list is easy to implement, but each is easier […]
Nixon was still president. Magnum Force was playing in theaters. And Japan was only on its eleventh postwar prime minister.
By identifying politically biased language in Encyclopedia Britannica and Wikipedia, Feng Zhu hopes to learn whether professional editors or open-sourced experts provide the most objective entries.
We’re used to talking about the Israeli tech ecosystem as the Startup Nation, focusing on the young country’s ability to quickly launch and scale innovative ideas and build companies from the ground up. Tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Apple understand the role the Startup Nation plays globally and they routinely acquire startups here.
The strong rally late Friday encouraged the stock market bulls as many of the daily technical studies turned higher. The major averages were able to close above their quarterly pivot levels so avoided weekly sell signals from the pivot analysis. Still, the daily technical studies need further strength before they could turn positive.
The strength on Friday was also enough to move the Two Sectors on the Edge back above their quarterly pivots by the week’s close. The Select Sector Financial (XLF) did close the week below its quarterly pivot. It was the only of the key sector ETFs to generate a new signal last week.
The 7.7% drop in the Shanghai Composite was in reaction to a crackdown on margin lending which has surged along with its stock market over the past year. It was the largest drop in six years but in Monday trading, the EuroZone markets were apparently not worried as they closed higher. They have continued higher in early trading Tuesday.
Last week, the utilities again led the market higher gaining 2.62%, but healthcare was one of the few market sectors to also close the week higher. In my weekend scan, there were three healthcare stocks that have very bullish monthly/weekly volume analysis confirming them as market leaders.
Admiral Michelle Howard speaks up about why forums for women to share wisdom and learn from each other are so important for our individual and collective success.