Market Thoughts Archive
Posted on January 15, 2020
Just like in 2019, more and more analysts are saying that they expect a strong year for stocks. This is supported by federal bank policies and several historical factors. See what experts expect for 2020.
Posted on January 08, 2020
Tesla had an interesting 2019. They started with serious setbacks and losses, but at the end of the year they showed that they can generate profits and meet their promised production. The brand is a roller coaster for investors now, but it may be more successful in the future.
Posted on January 03, 2020
It is rather unlikely to repeat last year’s bull run, but 2020 might be good year as well. A US presidential election year is usually a strong one. What’s more, long standing tensions (like the trade war and the Brexit) may come to an end. Let’s see what we expect for 2020!
Posted on December 23, 2019
Stock markets have had an extraordinary year. After a mediocre ending in 2018, this year S&P 500 broke several records. More than two-thirds of the index’s companies gained value. The US economy had its very first decade without a recession. Let’s dig into the details of 2019!
Posted on December 18, 2019
Negative interest rates trickle down to retail customers, as some German banks started to impose them on individuals. Many believed that Germany was the last place pushing back against negative rates, as the country is famous for being a prudent saver.