Stocks rallied this week recovering some gains lost in recent sell-off. The major indices traded less volatile than the last two weeks though volatility was still greater than where it was prior to the sell-off.
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This week we saw no change in the relentless momentum in stocks we’ve seen thus far this year.
Stocks continue to be relentless as more buyers came out for the new year to join the fun.
Learn what you need to know about TSP this week.
Read on for your weekly TSP wrap up.
The new year started off with gains across the board for the TSP funds. The TSP stock funds leaded as the C, S, and I-fund were all up more than 1.5% for the week. It seems big names are carrying the indices while the overall action may not be as positive as it seems. This… Read more »
Stocks rallied Monday which was a rebound after the sell-off the previous Friday; not all of Friday’s losses were erased but it was a plus for the bulls. However the Monday gains were erased Tuesday and the rest of the week contained choppy action with some gains on Thursday, as a result of weak economic… Read more »
Stocks were up Monday but slowly sold-off through the mid-week days as traders anticipated the release of the August jobs report Friday. The report was thought to give traders an idea of whether the Fed would raise interest rates or not in the next FOMC meeting. The consensus estimates were an addition of 185,000 jobs… Read more »
Stocks were thrown into positive territory Tuesday as the market was up at the open; the strong open also happened to be the peak of the week. Stocks sold off intraday Tuesday and the selling continued into Wednesday and Thursday. Janet Yellen spoke Friday Morning about the next potential interest rate hike. Her comments were… Read more »
The S&P 500 was down four of five days this week leading to more than a 1% loss in all the TSP stock funds. Anticipation for next week’s vote on whether Britain leaves the Euro Zone has been a hot topic for traders this week. Thursday’s gains were a indication of how stocks will react… Read more »