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The U.S. market is extremely overvalued now by almost any measure, writes Mark Hulbert.
Our call of the day comes from billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller, who is convinced the Fed is going to cut rates, maybe even to zero, and says he has been buying Treasury bonds and these select tech stocks.
The move comes as market participants grow more convinced that the Federal Reserve will likely to cut rates later this year and follows a string of reductions by neighboring Asia-Pacific nations.
High body fat is linked to a four-fold increase in mortality risk after one critical life event.
Some 48 out of 49 top prescription drugs increased in price over six years, new research concludes.
European stocks trade at their biggest discount to U.S. stocks in years.
Asian markets mostly retreated in cautious trading early Tuesday, as global trade tensions continued and suggestions of a Federal Reserve interest-rate cut percolated.
A federal government crackdown on big tech is punishing Big Tech on Monday, with Shares of Alphabet Inc., Amazon.com Inc. , Facebook Inc., and Apple Inc. getting slammed after a series of reports that have rolled out since Friday afternoon claiming that those companies face regulatory scrutiny from the Trump administration.
A new study sheds light on how the complicated design of student-aid programs affects borrowing decisions.