Month: October 2021

Fed Taper

Treasury Set for Own Tapering With $1 Trillion in Debt Cuts Seen

(Bloomberg) — The Federal Reserve won’t be the only one announcing a taper on Wednesday. The Treasury Department, for the first time in more than five years, will likely unveil a scaling down of its behemoth quarterly sale of longer-term securities. In time, the Treasury’s reduction in issuance of coupon-bearing debt — notes and bonds […]

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U.S. Dollar
Weak U.S. Dollar

Profiting From a Weak U.S. Dollar

Between 2003 and 2008, the value of the U.S. dollar fell compared to most major currencies. The depreciation accelerated during 2007 and 2008, impacting both domestic and international investments. Currently, the dollar is strong and is well above the average for the past 10 years. The dollar’s strength reflects a robust U.S. economy, low Federal Reserve […]

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Meme Stocks
WallStreetBets Reddit

Avis Budget’s ‘unnatural’ stock surge has options traders prepped for a volatile earnings reaction

Avis Budget Group Inc. could crush third-quarter earnings expectations but the stock could still sell off, just like what happened last quarter, as the view “this is as good as it gets” for some on Wall Street seems “logical,” according to Deutsche Bank analyst Chris Woronka. The car rental company CAR is scheduled to report […]

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Santa Claus Rally
Stock Market Seasonality

What's the best month for stocks? Hint: the next four weeks

The stock market’s record run is poised to gain steam in the weeks ahead — if history is any indication. The start of the holiday season is typically a strong time of year on Wall Street, a pattern that analysts point to as a reason to remain optimistic that the stock market will remain at […]

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Student Loans

3 ways to reduce student loan debt before Biden's payments freeze ends

3 ways to reduce student loan debt before Biden’s payments freeze ends Americans who were worried about federal student loan payments resuming in October stopped sweating after President Joe Biden’s administration decided to extend the freeze on payments and interest for an additional four months. That means the roughly 42 million federal student loan borrowers […]

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Frugal Money Habits
Saving Money
Warren Buffett

9 ways Warren Buffett's frugal habits can help you save money like a billionaire

9 ways Warren Buffett’s frugal habits can help you save money like a billionaire He might have billions of dollars to his name, but unlike other celebrities and financial gurus, Warren Buffett prefers to live life simply. The investing icon practices what he preaches when it comes to financial discipline, saving and paying off debt. […]

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Alloy Steel
Flat-Rolled Steel
Trade Of The Day
TradersPro Sunday

Ternium S.A. (TX) Is Starting A New Uptrend

Ternium S.A., through its subsidiaries, manufactures and processes various steel products in Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Brazil, the United States, Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. It operates through two segments, Steel and Mining. The Steel segment offers slabs, billets and round bars, hot rolled flat products, merchant bars, reinforcing […]

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Liquefied Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas Crisis

Natural Gas Prices Could Soar Even Higher As Europe Braces For A Cold Winter

As Europe enters the heating season with natural gas inventories at the lowest level in a decade, policymakers, consumers, and industries are left at the mercy of the weather, hoping for a mild winter to avoid further tightening of the already tight European gas market. Following the colder than usual 2020/2021 winter, Europe has been […]

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Auto Industry
Electric Trucks
Electric Vehicles

Consider Ford as a Bet on Its Outstanding International Sales

Quick: if you had to pick one automotive business to invest in for a lifetime, what would it be? Ford Motor (NYSE:F) is as valid a response as any. For many generations, F stock has provided reliable returns. Ford (F) trucks lined up on the lot of a Ford dealership. Source: Jonathan Weiss / […]

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Electric Vehicles

The Pros and Cons of Investing in Nio Stock

It’s easy to sour on equities like Nio (NYSE:NIO). The so-called Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) of China shot up more than 3,000% between March 2020 and January of this year. Investors were no doubt dreaming of mammoth gains in 2021 with a growth curve that would make them feel like Elon Musk. NIO stock: A shot from […]

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Penny Stocks
Top Stocks
Top Stocks To Watch

5 Penny Stocks With the Potential to 10X in 2022

While never entirely out of fashion, penny stocks are drawing new-found attention from retail investors. One reason for this interest is that many new traders see the penny stock market as a way of turning a small investment into a big payout. Another reason is that, despite their volatility, penny stocks may seem like a […]

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