Following the stock market's worst Christmas Eve, traders "bought the dip" and sent the indexes soaring higher for an equally historic surge. However, Apriem's Benjamin Lau warns that sellers aren't through with this market yet.
With the government shut down and political chaos taking center stage, the stock market joined in on the panic in a shortened session before the holiday. However, economic fundamentals remain solid, Lau tells USA Today.
After being down by as much as 308.31 points, the Dow Jones Industrial Average settled with a dip of about 200 points amid concerns of cratering gas prices and disappointing data out of China. Apriem's
Even though it occurred as predicted, the stock market stability after the midterm election came as a relief to many. Apriem’s Benjamin Lau tells Bloomberg that may went long just because the uncertainty had passed.
Dow surges after midterm election, but Apriem’s CIO tells The Wall Street Journal uncertainty still looms with U.S. and China trade war
While stock markets jump after the midterm election, analysts are now looking at trade policy between U.S. and China as the next big market wave. Apriem’s Benjamin Lau talks to The Wall Street Journal about
After a sluggish year, industrials have seen the highest growth since March. Apriem's Benjamin Lau tells The Wall Street Journal that the recent strength in the sector is mostly due to domestic demand. See excerpt