Bloomberg’s IPO Index is up over 40% this year.
Some 18.8% of S&P 500 stocks have traded to 52-week highs.
IBM and Chevron are among the Dow’s worst performers since August 2 high.
Why Q2 earnings surprised on the upside.
Since 2009, Apple’s P/E ratio has fallen from 22 down to 11.
The US and European auto industries are on divergent paths.
Since June 24th, the Russell 2000 is up 6.1%!
Below is a final look at the performance of various asset classes in the first half of 2013. Performance numbers are for the various US-listed ETFs that cover that asset classes shown. The US was clearly the place to be in the first half of …
The Fed’s tapering plan has hit overseas markets hard.
Dubai and Nigeria deliver white hot returns, while the U.S. is the No. 2 G7 market.