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Will the S&P 500 thrive or dive after a dismal January?
Simon Maierhofer is the founder of iSPYETF and publisher of the Profit Radar Report. Investor's Business Daily once wrote that: “Simon says and the market is playing along.
Phew, the S&P 500 Correction Is Over—for Now
The S&P 500 rose more than 2% Friday, lifting the stock market index out of the correction in which it had been stuck the past two weeks.
Fundamentals point to rough year for S&P 500
Meanwhile, during January, first-quarter 2016 earnings growth has been revised down by nearly five percentage points to show a decline of 3.8%.
S&P 500 Q4 Earnings Midway Check-Up  Action Forex
Short Squeeze Fuels Biggest One-Day Rallies in S&P 500: Chart
Companies with the highest short interest were among the best performers in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index Thursday.
5 Top-Rated S&P 500 Dividend Stocks to Buy in February
U.S. stocks ended an awful January in which investors fled from stocks and invested in safe haven assets, including government bonds and gold.
S&P 500 rattles the technical range
The S&P 500 has rattled its range this week, rising from its latest successful test of major support. But more broadly, the U.S.
Stocks close mixed; S&P 500 holds August low
U.S. stocks closed mixed Tuesday, stabilizing after a sharply lower start to the year despite pressure from a fresh decline in oil prices.
No Rally Safe in S&P 500 as Traders Forget About Buying the Dip  Bloomberg
S&P 500, Dow end slightly higher as oil rout resumes  MarketWatch
S&P 500 Futures Clinging To Key Support; Battle Lines Drawn
Yesterday was an aggressive day of range-bound trading that left traders battling at lines of major congestion between 1902 - 1907 on S&P 500 futures. With moving averages flat and momentum neutral, the charts should continue to swing from buyers ...
Ugly earnings may mean a scary S&P 500 plunge — 20%, for starters
Lackluster economic data, plunging oil prices CLH6, -2.27% petering global economic growth and a rising dollar DXY, +0.42% are just some of the issues the U.S.
How many barrels of oil can the S&P 500 buy?
Based on closing prices Tuesday, the S&P 500 was at 1,904. A barrel of oil was 31.4. That means the price of the S&P 500 index could buy 60.6 barrels of oil. But at the rate we're going, the trend could continue - higher stock prices relative to lower ...
S&P 500 Profits Silenced as China, Oil Obsession Commands Stocks  Bloomberg