NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- U.S. stock index futures were drifting higher Tuesday as investors return from the U.S. labor day weekend to begin September, which historically is considered the "worst" month of the year for markets.
Should that rate prevail over the next 10 years and profit multiples revert to the median level of 16.7, the S&P 500 would reach 2,646 by 2024 -- an annual price appreciation of 3 percent, Ramsey said.
U.S. stocks gained for a third day, sending the Standard & Poor's 500 Index to within two points of a record, as minutes indicated the Federal Reserve will continue to support the economy amid uneven gains in the labor market.
Investors spend a lot of time fretting about when the Federal Reserve will begin hiking interest rates. With that in mind, strategists at Wells Fargo Advisors have gone back and taken a look at what stocks did the last two times the Fed started a ...
A look at the spreadsheet using the Bespoke/Schwab data, shows the majority of sectors within the S&P 500 are �overbought� if you measure risk by the % of stocks trading above their respective 50-day moving averages.