Strong corporate earnings should continue to drive major U.S. indexes over the coming week, offsetting sustained political concerns.
As the economy heads into the later stages of its cycle, investor concerns are piling up.
Morgan Stanley analysts see a bull case scenario for Amazon with significant upside for the e-retailer.
While U.S. equities have had a good run since the financial crisis, the good times are coming to an end.
There could be ongoing volatility in the stock markets over the coming week as economic strength offsets trade concerns.
Major benchmarks could finally exit multi-month range patterns if second quarter earnings provide clarity on the revenue impact of trade wars.
Concerns over trade policy and the direction of the economy could continue to be a drag on the major U.S. indexes into the coming week.
Soros added to his portfolio considerably in the last quarter, with Tesla being one of his most notable buys.
The major U.S. indexes ended the week higher, with small-cap stocks outperforming.
Given the proximity of major support levels and clearly defined trade setups, a significant move higher could be in the cards, despite volatility concerns.