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Tech Stocks Recover and Futures Fly Higher: Why All the Doom and Gloom? Clarkgym3 Comments


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As a whole, ever since the turn of the year, markets have been bearish, with investor confidence incredibly low. With factors ranging from Russia’s exertion of influence in the Crimea, to tensions along the Korean border, 2014 has been the year of risk aversion. This, however, is no longer the case, with stocks starting to gain momentum and futures flying high. So, if this is the case, why all the doom and gloom?

April’s Data and Cause for Optimism

Although Russia’s annexation of the Crimea undoubtedly (and correctly) sent shockwaves through the markets, much of the original market tensions have subsided here. The issue remains that although April’s figures are broadly good, much of the optimism is failing to seep its way through to investors who are still adopting risk aversion strategies in spite of the opportunities that are consistently arising.

In fact, just this week, we saw good PMI readings from a variety of European countries (excluding France which was the only outlier) and all major European economies scored above 50 in the manufacturing and services…

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By : Adam | 14 May 2014
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Compare the 5 Best Online Brokers

By : Josh Rodriguez | 20 Dec 2013

Hey everyone, thanks for joining us for this weeks review. Today, we’re going to try something a little different. Throughout the past several months, we’ve been reviewing all kinds of investment platforms and brokers. So, today, we’re going to pick out what we believe to …

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Little Acorns Can Grow Into Giant Oaks

By : Adam | 2 Jan 2013

The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me. The stock market is not for stupid people who blindly follow what others do. It is not for chickens but for honey …

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