Emotions are your worst enemy in the stock market.
Our misplaced trust in the stock market and smarter, safer ways to invest.
That could be bullish for the stock market if the household sector concludes that real estate is not the place for speculative gains any more.
We're not explicitly targeting for any set of stock market values, ... Most of us think that we're managing the whole economy and we're trying to target inflation, unemployment. Period.
The stock market declines are a little bit scary. People want to take the dollar weaker.
I was lucky enough to see with my own eyes the recent stock-market crash, where they lost several million dollars, a rabble of dead money that went sliding off into the sea. Never as then, amid suicides, hysteria, and groups of fainting people, have I felt the sensation of real death, death without hope, death that is nothing but rottenness, for the spectacle was terrifying but devoid of greatness... I felt something like a divine urge to bombard that whole canyon of shadow, where ambulances collected suicides whose hands were full of rings.
The stock market will likely continue to soften as long as leading indicators of the economy continue to lose momentum -- a phenomenon which could very well last into 2005.
The market has grown and people are more aware of wealth-generating opportunities and risks in the stock market, but (those are) risks they're comfortable to take, I guess.
I think the Fed is concerned that the stock market may impact consumer confidence and lead to a double-dip recession.
The inverted yield curve, which sent the stock market reeling yesterday, made gold one of the few safe havens.
We continue to climb in spite of the stock-market rise, all helped by the possibility that the Fed may no longer be continuing its raise (in interest rates). We are waiting to see if in fact that will happen.
We got the Fed ease, and the stock market, while it's down, is not anything horrific. Some stocks have come off their lows.
Once again the stock market will be the loser, especially as it already had tax disincentives compared to other countries.
Although the results are positive for the stock market, the BUX is ripe for a downward correction in view of the strong rally of recent weeks.
Unless the US stock market enters a serious downtrend for some reason, the domestic stock market should continue its bull run going forward.
The stock market had been weak due to the Wall Street performance and concerns about Asian economies. The ratings news helped to push the stocks down slightly, but it wasn't the driving force. For a change, Argentina had no negative influence.
Usually, when you have a stock market mania, it's driven largely by individual investors borrowing money to buy stocks at prices that are too high. And usually, when a bubble becomes unwound, it's because of margin calls.
To many people, putting his company on the stock market is a matter of course; but I haven't thought about it because I'm not short of money.
The stock market doesn't know if it should focus on the fact that the economy is strong and profit momentum is good, or that rates have to go higher.
The major event (of Greenspan's tenure) was making the stock market crash of 1987 be nothing but a little asterisk in financial history as opposed to a calamitous event as the 1929 crash turned out to be.
We're early in earnings season, and that's lending some hesitation to the stock market. But we'll get good earnings, and that will bring some confidence back.
An investment in the true cost of Christmas would have yielded a better return than the stock market over the past year. However, the true cost of Christmas hedge fund has yet to be created.
It will be a boon to stocks and to capital investment. Increasing the stock market will give business confidence a very big shock.
Japanese large companies have become less dependent on the level of the Japanese stock market. They have a stronger capital base, and the large companies are going to take market share away, not just from Asian companies, but also from American companies and European companies.
Strictly speaking it's not that the stock market views good news as bad, directly.