Stock market turnaround? Why is October known as the “bear killer”.

While September has lived up to its reputation as a tough month for stocks, October tends to be a “bear market killer,” known for its historically solid returns, especially during midterm years. However, skeptics warn investors that negative economic fundamentals could overshadow seasonal trends, as stocks traditionally come to an end. S&P 500 SPX Index, … Read more

Opinion: The Fed is missing a crucial turning point in its fight against inflation because it believes in flawed data

The Fed can’t see the next potential economic meltdown because it’s still looking in the rear-view mirror, seeing nothing but High inflation. The risk arises because the CPI and PCE – the two most important measures of inflation – have a fatal flaw in the way they measure shelter costs. “ If you get your … Read more

Roger Federer talks about life after tennis

He said “never”. “You’ve never held the racket in my hand. You don’t have these things in Switzerland.” As for tennis, the legend of the man has closed the book. I met Federer on Saturday in a small office on the ground level of the O2 Arena, where, the night before, he played the final … Read more

Robert Sarver says he will look for buyers for the Phoenix Suns and Mercury after the NBA probe

Robert Sarver, owner of the Phoenix Suns and owner of Mercury, said Wednesday that he will begin the process of finding buyers for basketball teams, after An investigation into his behavior in his workplace The league paid a one-year suspension and a $10 million fine. An NBA investigation found Sarver said racial insults “when telling … Read more

Greatness spanned a generation during the era of Roger Federer and the ‘Big Three’

The ‘Big Three’ era in men’s tennis ended last week farewell function On the Instagram account of Roger Federer. To tell you how long he’s been around, Federer had 16 headlines by the time Instagram was invented. The Swiss master’s exit portends a period of dominance unlike anything tennis has ever seen – a period … Read more

Unbelievable hype about melting glaciers in Antarctica

Alarming reports that the Antarctic ice sheet is shrinking misrepresent the ongoing science to understand a very complex situation. Antarctica has been covered in ice for at least 30 million years. The ice sheet contains about 26.5 million gigatons of water (a gigaton is one billion metric tons, or about 2.2 trillion pounds). If it … Read more

The rise of the dollar causes problems for global economies

The US dollar is experiencing a one-time high in a generation, a rise that threatens to get worse slowdown in growth The inflation problems of global central banks are amplified. The dollar’s role as the primary currency in global trade and finance means that its fluctuations have wide-ranging effects. Currency strength is felt in Fuel … Read more

Six exercises to reduce back pain and maintain the flexibility of the spine

The hours we spend hunched over our desks and phones pile up. It strains the mid-back, or thoracic spine, which can turn into pain in other areas. In today’s screen-driven society, most people begin to push their shoulders forward, which leads to flexion of the thoracic spine and potential neck pain. A stiff middle back … Read more

The next financial crisis may already be ripe, but not as many expect

A growing number of traders, academics and bond market experts are concerned that the $24 trillion US Treasury debt market could head into crisis as the Federal Reserve began its “quantitative tightening” on high alert this month. With the Fed doubling the pace that its bond holdings will “roll” its balance sheet in September, some … Read more