Stocks in September Have Often Struggled. The Good News: The Selloff May Have Already Begun.

Illustration by Elias Stein Text size The stock market’s worst month—September—will soon be upon us. The S&P 500 index has averaged a 1% loss in September dating back to 1928, says Dow Jones Market Data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has notched a similar September loss going back to 1896. It’s clearly the bad month … Read more

Intel Stock Could Be Worth More Dead Than Alive. Why This Analyst Sees 50% Upside.

Text size Intel was once the most valuable chip maker in the U.S. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg While badly wounded, Intel isn’t dead yet. And at least one analyst thinks there could be considerably more value in the beleaguered chip company’s shares than Wall Street generally believes. Let’s be clear: The situation is bleak. Intel (ticker: … Read more

Stock Futures Rise After S&P 500 Narrowly Avoids Closing in Bear Market

Text size Commuters exit from the Wall Street subway station in New York. Amir Hamja/Bloomberg Stock futures were signaling a higher start for Wall Street on Monday after the S&P 500 rallied on Friday to avoid closing in a bear market. Contracts linked to the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 144 points, or 0.4%, S&P … Read more