Dow Jones Futures Rise As Market Rally Nears Record Highs; Nvidia, Google Are Buys; Tesla Rivals Nio, Xpeng Report Sales

Dow Jones futures rose Tuesday morning, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures, with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 nearing all-time highs. The stock market rally continued to strengthen last week, with more breakouts and buying opportunities picking up. But investors should step cautiously, ready to act in a still-tricky market.


Goldman Sachs stock, Nvidia (NVDA), Google-parent Alphabet (GOOGL) and General Electric (GE) are all in buy range.

Nvidia stock and Google are on IBD Leaderboard. Goldman Sachs (GS) is on SwingTrader and the IBD 50.

Tesla EV

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How Wema Bank is Supporting Nigerians with Loan Offerings

Managing Director/CEO of Wema bank, Mr. Ademola Adebise

Hamid Ayodeji

There are many reasons to take out a loan. From needing a bigger shop or office space to buying a new device, or simply needing to take care of an emergency, loans come in handy. But not all loans—or loan providers—are the same. The best loan providers will offer a low interest rate, long repayment terms, no collateral, and little to no paperwork. And like people say, the best loans should leave you alone.

The meaning given to the word “loan” has undergone so much change. Loan processes are going

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5 Stocks That Can Help You Achieve Financial Freedom

Today, as we gather with friends and family, or simply enjoy a day off from work, let’s not forget about the millions of people who’ve fought valiantly for our country since it declared its independence 245 years ago. On Memorial Day, we honor those more than 1.2 million people who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice throughout history to preserve the freedoms we have today, including the freedom of speech, the right to vote, and the right to chart our own financial course. 

For more than a century, the stock market has offered the opportunity for John and Jane Q. Public to

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2 Reasons to Keep Investing Despite the Cryptocurrency Market Dropping

The fact that the cryptocurrency market is extremely volatile should surprise absolutely no one. But the precipitous fall that’s happening is catching everyone’s attention. 

Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) and Ethereum (CRYPTO:ETH), whose combined market capitalization represents nearly two-thirds of this burgeoning asset class, have both been crashing since their respective recent highs. In a similar fashion to the dynamics of the stock market, investors might be inclined to immediately sell and run for the exits. 

Don’t panic. Here are two very important reasons to keep investing despite the market dropping. 

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1. The potential for disruption still exists

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Stock futures are flat after muted Wall Street session

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange, June 2, 2021.

Source: NYSE

U.S. stock futures were flat early Thursday morning, following a quiet day of trading on Wednesday.

Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average were unchanged. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures both gained marginally.

During the regular session, the 30-stock Dow rose just 25.07 points to close at 34,600.38. Similarly, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite ended the day up 0.14%.

“It’s unclear if this week’s flat S&P 500 Index is a continuation of the holiday week relaxation, May’s malaise seeping into June, or just part of

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Wall Street stocks lag behind record-setting European bourses

Wall Street stocks trailed behind European bourses, which hit fresh records as commodity prices rallied on hopes that the global economic recovery would continue gathering pace.

The blue-chip S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite indices were essentially flat by the time the closing bell rang in New York, following a US long weekend for Memorial Day.

A handful of “meme stocks” favoured by amateur investors, meanwhile, continued their rally from last week, with the video game retailer GameStop up 12.2 per cent and the cinema operator AMC jumping 22.6 per cent. BlackBerry closed the day up 14.8 per cent.

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A big jobs report looms in the week ahead, as markets enter the often-weak month of June

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.


May’s employment report is the big event in the week ahead, as stocks enter the often weak month of June. Stocks are finishing May with a mixed performance. Big cap indexes like the S&P 500 and Dow notched gains. The S&P rose a half percent, and the Dow rose 1.9%. The small cap Russell 2000 was flat, up 0.1%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq declined 1.5%.

June is not historically a strong month for stocks. Bespoke Investment Group points out that over the past 50 years, the Dow

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Juventus will renew Morata loan from Atletico Madrid

The 28-year-old forward will spend another season in Serie A, with the Turin side set to pay €10 million for the privilege

Juventus have elected to extend the loan deal of Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata for a second season, Goal can confirm.

Morata arrived for a second spell at the Turin giants last summer on a temporary basis, with Juventus having the option to extend the deal by a year, buy the Spain international or terminate the agreement this summer.

And Juve have elected to keep hold of the 28-year-old forward, with the deal set to cost them a

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10 Best Cryptocurrencies Redditors are Buying

In this article, we will take a look at the 10 best cryptocurrencies Redditors are buying. You can skip our detailed analysis of these cryptocurrencies, and go directly to 5 Best Cryptocurrencies Redditors are Buying.

The free fall in the prices of cryptocurrencies over the past week has exacerbated investor concerns around volatile technology stocks. However, market experts like Cathie Wood, who reportedly holds the largest institutional investment in cryptocurrencies through her firm, Ark Investment Management, have dismissed the recent fall in value of digital assets as a temporary setback, backing currencies like Bitcoin to touch record

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Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for May 31

U.S. futures slipped along with European stocks on Monday as traders await fresh catalysts, with the key American jobs data later this week set to provide further clues on the outlook for the world’s biggest economy amid lingering inflation concerns.

Contracts on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq declined, with trading hours curtailed due to the Memorial Day holiday in the U.S. The dollar weakened against a basket of peers. The euro gained after data showed Germany’s inflation rate rose to the highest level since October 2018, while price pick-ups in May were also reported by Spain and Italy. There’s no

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