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Is the US stock market overvalued, cheap or just right? A debate

Stocks are pricey, overvalued and prone to crash is something one is hearing since the early 1990s.
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Investing in foreign stocks? Know the tax treatment, filing of income tax returns

An individual can acquire foreign shares under an employer share plan or by direct purchase using the liberalised remittance scheme.

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Tech leads U.S. stock rally, sends Nasdaq to high

The MSCI World Index is now at the highest level since early June, with investors putting their faith in an economic recovery powered by historic government stimulus.

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Warren Buffett’s new investment: Berkshire Hathaway breaks Covid silence with Dominion Energy deal

The agreement signaled to the market that Buffett is willing to pounce despite his cautious tone in May about the pandemic.

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Investors betting on companies investing for future profits, better tailored to the new world

Yields on other investments have fallen, and the government has taken much of the risk out of stocks with its willingness to support troubled companies.

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U.S. stocks have ‘considerable’ upside, history suggests to Leuthold

History shows the S&P 500 started climbing in the 1982 and 2009 episodes when the economy was still many months away from making up for prior contractions.

The survey stated that Wall Street was past ‘peak pessimism’ but June optimism was fragile, neurotic and nowhere near dangerously bullish and that the largest number of FMS investors since 1998 thought the stock market was ‘overvalued.’

Blistering Nasdaq momentum is approaching dot-com escape speed

The largest American companies are seeing their advantage widen drastically as a result of it, with investors flocking to anything with size and stability.

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US Stocks: Wall Street jumps on record payrolls surge

Investors headed into their long holiday weekend buoyed by a record payrolls jump, which provided assurance that the U.S. economic recovery was well under way.

US Markets: Stocks rise with Nasdaq at record on vaccine hope

Fed officials showed no readiness at their June meeting to commit to yield-curve control.

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U.S. stocks surge to notch best quarter since 1998

Optimism for reopenings and economic recovery helped consumer-discretionary stocks in the S&P 500 surge the most ever in the second quarter.

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International Investing: Active Vs Passive investments – Gain from global experience

Unlike in India where you have a handful of options for passive funds, globally – there are scores of funds with varied themes for which an index or an ETF or a passive fund may be existing.

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Chinese firms are pricing their U.S. IPOs above range, a sign of strong demand

The strong appetite for these deals ends a more than one-year hiatus for Chinese firms pricing U.S. listings above their ranges.

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Americans hold huge pile of cash that’s key to economic recovery

Unlike in 2008, when that money mostly piled up in banks’ accounts at the Fed, funds are pouring into Americans’ checking accounts.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Index: 5 facts to know about Dow 30 as it completes 124 years

The index consists of top 30 blue-chip companies but unlike some of the leading indices, Dow 30 represents companies that are only based in the US.

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Wall Street banks get easier Volcker rule – Know the key details

Approved changes to the Volcker Rule let banks increase their dealings with certain funds.

International Investing, Active Vs Passive investments, global index funds, etf, fund managers, assets

Facebook’s $5.7 billion Jio stake wins regulatory approval

Ambani’s $65 billion Jio Platforms unit has sold more than 20% in stakes to buyers including Facebook and U.S. private equity firms KKR & Co., and General Atlantic.

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Billionaire Hamm adds $57 million of faith in his shale driller

Hamm has remained one of shale’s biggest proponents during the market downturn that began more than a half-decade ago.

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All eyes on Federal Reserve data to hold up the economy

Companies benefiting from workers staying at home such as Netflix Inc. and Amazon.com Inc are doing well.

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Wall Street higher on signs of recovery, Nasdaq hits record high

The Nasdaq hit a fifth record high this month with Apple Inc providing the biggest boost after at least three brokerages raised their price targets.

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Your investments in stocks hold the key to owning a home in America!

With proper planning, timely execution and informed stock market purchases, your dream to own a home in the US is within reach.

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U.S. housing set to ride out the pandemic’s economic storm

The U.S. housing market is expected to remain a bright spot amid a sharp downturn as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak economic havoc.

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US economy doing ‘amazingly’ well: Trump

President Trump is focused on building a great economy, the strongest economy that the US has ever had.

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US Stocks: Wall Street climbs on upbeat economic outlook

The Nasdaq opened above its all-time closing high lifted by shares of the largest U.S. companies by market capitalization.

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S&P 500 closes nominally higher amid COVID-19 spikes

There are a lot of impulses in the market for investors to weigh, sift through and take into account to figure out the next direction.

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