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    Warren Buffett Shares Latest Views On The Markets At Shareholder Meeting

    At Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting, Warren Buffett shared his views and answered questions on the markets and his investments.

    Buffett continued to stress his belief in betting on America for the long term. However, he pulled back from making any short-time market call. He remains very bullish on the U.S. on a 20-year view. He believes the range of outcomes for the pandemic were extraordinarily broad. Now the range of outcomes has narrowed somewhat, but remain highly uncertain over the next 6-12 months with the possibility for follow-on impacts or the virus returning after the summer months. Still, he didn’t want to make an explicit call on the virus itself, joking that he did ok in accounting but was a disaster in biology.

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    Stocks Rally, Dow Rises Over 400 Points Despite Record Job Losses

    The market moved higher, even after 20 million job losses in April.

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    The stock market finished nearly 2% higher on Friday, despite one of the worst monthly jobs reports in history, as investors continued to look toward a reopening of the economy and bet that the worst of the economic impact from coronavirus has passed.

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    With Economy So Bad, Why Are Stocks Up? Should You Buy?

    The economy does not predict the stock market -- nothing does. Get over it and keep buying into stock index funds.

    People expect stocks to rise if the economy is improving and drop if it’s getting worse. But that idea is wrong. So rather than feel confused because stocks are going up as the economy plunges into Great Depression territory, I keep investing in stock index funds every month — regardless of what the market is doing.

    Conversely, a shrinking economy should send stocks down because a company’s share of that shrinking pie will mean lower sales — which will cause the company to burn through cash (a result that can be made less bad through layoffs). The Economy Is Getting Worse, Yet Stocks Are Rising. Based on this theory, it stands to reason that stocks should keep plunging.

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    Stocks This Week: Sell Short Wells Fargo And MMM

    The indices are likely to pull back and consolidate recent gains in the second half of May. Here are short sales.

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    Dow Jones, DAX 30 & ASX 200 Forecasts for the Week Ahead

    Global equity markets weathered two important central bank decisions last week, but more lie ahead and economic data continues to deteriorate. Will volatility reemerge?

    The Dow Jones enjoyed a moderately strong performance last week as investors grappled with the possibility of a negative Federal Funds rate. The prospective decline in rates was laid against a backdrop of soaring unemployment as Friday’s non-farm payrolls report revealed the sharpest employment decrease on record. Still, the potential for lower rates alongside a gradual reopening of the US economy proved sufficient catalysts for an opportunistic Dow Jones.

    The DAX 30 also has a relatively sparse economic calendar apart from a flash GDP reading this Friday. The data for both Germany and the Euro Area will provide crucial insight for investors looking to ascertain the depth of economic despair in the region.

    Similarly, upcoming Australian employment data will shed light on the ASX 200. As it stands, unemployment in Australia has been relatively contained compared to the United States, which could see a surprise reading seriously undermine sentiment. Until the data is delivered, the ASX will likely track other equity markets and broader risk trends

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    New York Stock Exchange Will Partially Reopen After Memorial Day

    Two months after shutting down due to the coronavirus, the New York Stock Exchange will allow some traders to come back to the floor on May 26, NYSE President Stacey Cunningham announced after the market closed Thursday.

    Anyone who enters the building will have their temperature screened and will be required to wear a mask.

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    Philip Morris’ Stock Down 12% Despite Revenue Growth; Time To Buy?

    Philip Morris’ stock (NYSE: PM) lost about 12% of its value in the last 3 years, with the stock price dropping from $77 at the end of 2016 to $68 as of 18th May 2020. At the same time, Philip Morris’ revenues steadily increased from $26.7 billion in 2016 to $29.8 billion in 2019.

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    But how did the company’s stock suffer this beating with Philip Morris’ revenues seeing a corresponding increase of 12% in the last 3 years?
    Well, of course there is a reason – it’s earnings (profits earned after all the expenses and taxes) and future growth outlook. Turns out Philip Morris’ earnings margins (profits as a % of revenue) have seen a lot of volatility in recent years, with the margin falling from 26% in 2016 to 24% in 2019.

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    Stocks This Week: Buy Eli Lilly And Xilinx

    Here are a pair of stocks that will benefit from market strength.

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    The S&P 500 closed above the 3000 level

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    It was another good week in the market last week, with strong advance/decline numbers and widespread optimism in the economic recovery. Tom explores what this means for market risk and investor sentiment as we head into June.

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