The conventional projection is for six more, though some want it to stop at three.
Benefitting from the corporate tax cut, and well-funded now, private-sector plans may have a rude awakening, consultants say.
Amid news of new trade talks with China, Wharton professor warns that worsening hostilities would trigger a bear-market plunge.
Productivity, industry concentration, working insecurity, and baby boomers make up Natixis economist’s list.
Even with core CPI the highest in 10 years, the number shouldn’t ‘spook’ the Fed, says Pantheon’s Shepherdson.
The Dow is up 4.6% since he took over, putting him in the middle for debut chairs.
This summer has produced a nice rally, and LPL says that portends a good run the rest of the year.
Polls, options, and the fear gauge all point in a sunny direction, for now.
Historically, value outperformance happens when an economic boom has played out.
Labor demand likely strong enough to keep pushing unemployment down.
Growth of holdings climbed 8% last year, Preqin data indicate.
With the Democrats likely to take over the House, legislative gridlock may have a Wall Street impact, study shows.
Upsetting events have a way of showing up this month and hurting stocks, LPL’s Detrick warns.
Weakness in once market-leading tech threatens to reprise the winter 10% slide, the firm says.
Pantheon’s Ian Shepherdson says tax cuts spurred 4.1% increase, and he thinks future readings will be lower.