NewsWatch: The stock market keeps rising while earnings keep falling — what if stocks are right?
There’s a debate on Wall Street over whether stock market investors know something that the rest of America doesn’t when it comes to what a post-COVID-19 pandemic future looks like. What if the bulls are right? See full story.
Elon Musk threatens to move Tesla out of California, then files lawsuit
Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted Saturday he will move the Silicon Valley car maker’s headquarters and operations out of California as the company’s main factory remains shuttered under a local shelter-at-home order. He also filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction for that reopening. See full story.
It’s one of the hottest ETFs of the coronavirus era — and the woman who nailed the 2018 stock-market shock created it just a year ago
Nancy Davis, the chief investment officer and founder of advisory firm Quadratic Capital, rolled out a new exchange-traded fund just a year ago, and it has quietly become one of the hottest performers in the epoch of coronavirus that brought much of the financial world to its knees. See full story.
The U.S. economy may be in for a ‘square root’–shaped recovery — and you won’t like it any more than algebra class
A small dead-cat bounce and then lower for longer is what a “square root” implies. See full story.
New study claims vitamin D deficiency may impact coronavirus mortality rates
Researchers have discovered a strong correlation between vitamin D deficiency and mortality rates from the novel coronavirus, a new study reveals. See full story.
If you are looking to splurge on mom on May 10, consider one of these five social distance friendly gifts. See full story.