Laszlo Birinyi is taking a cautious approach to the stock market, even as it attempts to recover from the coronavirus-driven slump.
The Dow Jones dropped 23% and the S&P 500 dropped 20% in the 1st quarter of 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic slammed the global economy and sent the stock market crashing.
A conversation about the latest market-moving events, including the coronavirus outbreak, as Wall Street wraps up a wild first quarter.
When stocks go from setting all-time highs to tumbling 20% into a bear market in only three weeks, there are precious few places for equity investors to hide. But that doesn't mean defensive, low-volatility stocks aren't doing their jobs.
The Dow Jones and FTSE 100 have fallen more than 20% since the start of the year.
U.S. financial markets on Friday were up 5 percent before the opening bell.
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Demand for cloud computing services has spiked during the coronavirus outbreak and Microsoft has been a "huge beneficiary from the lockdowns," the "Mad Money" host said.
After starting the day stronger, markets dropped to end the week down by double digits compared to last week.
The stock market was Trump's prize accomplishment, and the flag he could wave against all criticism. As of yesterday, that's gone.
The global markets edge lower, putting an historic three-day surge in jeopardy.