By Ed Zwirn
New York Post, July 9, 2017
Small investors are piling into stocks at a frantic pace — the event that allows veteran Wall Streeters to call a top of the market.
These individual, or retail, customers invested a net of more than $1.8 billion in US equity funds during the week ending June 28, the first positive reading this indicator has seen since Nov. 4, 2015, when it weighed in at more than $2 billion, according to a report issued by EPFR Global. Continue reading →
Larry DeAngelo – Everything Happens to Me
Larry DeAngelo sings “Everything Happens to Me” (1940), a pop standard written by Tom Adair and Matt Dennis. It was first recorded by the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra. Unusually, the song focused on Sinatra’s vocal, with no trombone solo by Dorsey. Years later, Sinatra rerecorded the song with the Hollywood String Quartet; this version was featured on his 1957 album Close to You.
By Ed Zwirn, New York Post, July 2,2017
China’s hottest auto export to the US is a Buick, and that may not sit well with the Trump administration.
General Motors produces the Buick Envision exclusively at a factory in Shanghai, mainly for the Chinese market. About 32,000 of the vehicles, which sell at a base price of $34,065, have been sold in the US since the company introduced the compact SUV to the US market last summer. Continue reading →
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