For 10 years conditions have been "just right" for stock markets. Goldilocks reigned supreme. Now the bears are back.
Theresa May's deal with the EU pleases no one. It's not the Holy Grail that was promised, but it might be enough to pass muster.
If raising interest rates hurts the US economy, why is the Fed dead set on continuing this policy? It has no choice.
Depending on which data sets you're looking at, the UK economy could either be in trouble or doing just fine.
Oil was supposed to go to $100 per barrel. Bulls were too bullish. Now the oil price has dropped, bears are too bearish.
Brexit is blamed for subdued house prices but the UK housing market is in trouble with or without a Brexit deal.
In spite of their constant bickering, the US and China have enough incentives to smoke the peace pipe later this month.
The US mid-terms have resulted in a gridlock with a red Senate and a blue Congress. That's great news for investors.
The money manager who successfully shorted subprime mortgages is now betting against UK stocks. Should we be worried?
After October's stock market correction, investors are pondering whether to sell, shift into defensive stocks, or do nothing.