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President Donald Trump was sworn in on two Bibles, including one that was used by President Abraham Lincoln and another that was gifted to Trump by his mother when he was a child.

The Dow has officially erased all gains minted during the Trump presidency

The Dow gained 49% from Trump's inauguration to its February 12 peak, but coronavirus risks have dragged the index more than 30% off its record high.

The stock bull market finds itself in crisis mode as it turns 11 years old. Here are the 4 reasons why it’s lasted so long — and why the e...

"We don't know where this correction bottoms out," said Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment officer of Charles Schwab.

One measure of market optimism is at tech-bubble highs. Here’s why that’s a worrying sign.

Options markets are so optimistic, they look like they did during the tech bubble of the early 2000s.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York

MORGAN STANLEY: Here are 5 reasons why US stocks will shrug off coronavirus and jump 5% by June

The S&P 500's January correction "should remain limited" before stocks continue their upward climb, strategist Michael Wilson wrote.

GOLDMAN SACHS: Lagging fund inflows can drive the stock market even higher

Goldman noted that "a large portion of positioning has still not moved into equity" from traditionally safer assets including bonds and cash.
Ed Yardeni on CNBC.

The stock market could tumble as much as 20% in early 2020, one long-standing bull warns

Yardeni expects earnings to grow 4% to 5% in 2020. He noted the safest bet is to wait for a market pullback to buy tech stocks while they're cheap.

As recession fears calm, a Morgan Stanley managing director explains why we’re only in the ‘first inning’ of another leg up for the ...

Volatility from trade-war headlines has dulled and Wall Street "finally keyed into what's going on," says Andrew Slimmon of Morgan Stanley.

A notoriously bearish hedge fund manager is more convinced than ever a crash is coming — and has pushed his short bets to a record

Fund manager Russell Clark is betting against the record-long bull market, as interest rate cuts and easing trade tensions send stocks higher.

A closely watched survey shows investors are the most bearish on stocks they’ve been all year

"Nearly all of this week's move out of the bullish camp went to the correction camp," said Ed Yardeni of Yardeni Research in a Thursday note.

Mom and pop investors are flashing a new warning sign that the equity bull market is about to come crashing down

Mom and pop are shifting out of equities into bonds because they fear the slowing economy and trade war tension will crumple stocks.