Richard Beddard does some pruning and gets the ball rolling with another new holding for the Share Sleuth portfolio.
Bear markets usually see multiple false start rallies before the bottom is actually reached.
While the Federal Reserve’s commitment to open-ended quantitative easing removes some uncertainty facing investors, two key concerns remain.
One firm has hit on a winning formula, but another’s share price is indigestible – for the moment at least, says Richard Beddard.
As is always the case in times of an economic slowdown, companies with weak financial positions feel the effects first.
Government response to this crisis is not the primary driver of market sentiment right now, some argue.
The crises facing the global economy is, in many ways, unprecedented.
Richard Hunter kept a commentator’s diary during last week’s coronavirus-driven volatility.
It was hoped the Federal Reserve's move to cut interest rates to zero would be greeted warmly by investors, but the opposite has played out.