Weekly jobless claims plunge to lowest level since 1969
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New filings for jobless benefit plunged by 71,000 to to 199,000 in the seven days ended Nov. 20, the government said Wednesday. This is the lowest level since 1969.
These company insiders are the only ones to watch -- and right now their buying is bullish for U.S. stocks
Share-purchase activity from corporate directors and officers suggests a positive 12-month return for the U.S. market.
HP and Dell show PC boom is still going strong, helped by corporate sales
The pandemic fueled boom in the personal computer business is continuing unabated, helped by hefty double digit corporate PC sales at both HP Inc. and Dell.
A bear market awaits tech stocks, with Tesla at the center, if this selloff continues, strategist warns
Our call of the day is looking at what happened with bond yields earlier this year and raising a red flag over tech stocks.
No matter your age, here's how to tell if your finances are on the right track
There's no one-size-fits-all approach. But to put your head in the sand is perhaps the worst strategy of all.
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