Stephen Gandel, Bloomberg News

Stephen Gandel

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  • Fortune
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Recent articles by Stephen:

Add Stock Buybacks to the Causes of the Market Downturn

Stock repurchases turbocharge the low-volatility trade. → Read More

Pressure Points to Look for in Stocks This Week

Moving averages, interest rates and the price of oil could signal a direction. → Read More

How Far Can the Stock Market Plunge?

A hard look at the numbers suggests the sell-off shouldn't be a lot worse. That doesn't mean it won't be. → Read More

How Far Can the Stock Market Plunge?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average’s 1,000-point plunge into correction territory on Thursday has raised fears of a much bigger drop. → Read More

How Far Can the Stock Market Plunge?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average’s 1,000-point plunge into correction territory on Thursday has raised fears of a much bigger drop. → Read More

Don't Forget This Bull Market Hasn't Been Correction-Proof

This is the fifth one since 2009, not to mention plenty of other drops. → Read More

Don't Forget This Bull Market Hasn't Been Correction-Proof

Stocks skidded into correction territory late Thursday, down 10 percent from their recent highs after a 4 percent decline during the day, and the widespread reaction was astonishment about the rarity of such an occurrence, at least in the last decade. → Read More

Trump Loves the Market. He Just Doesn't Get It.

Seeking affirmation from stocks will only lead to heartbreak. → Read More

The Market Time Bomb That's Bigger Than the VIX

Loan funds pose a potential liquidity problem, which could have a destabilizing effect. → Read More

Regulators Let Wall Street Turn VIX on Its Head

Products tied to volatility make it worse for the market and individual investors. → Read More

What Earnings Giveth to Stocks They Can Taketh Away

Profit growth, especially in the double digits, isn't always a backstop for the market. → Read More

What Earnings Giveth To Stocks They Can Taketh Away

The stock market plunged on Monday, extending a slide that started last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank as much as 1,500 points before recovering to close just down 1,175. The S&P 500 Index dropped more than 4 percent. This, of course, wasn’t what was supposed to happen for a specific reason: earnings. → Read More

Don't Worry About Bonds Just Yet, Stock Investors

Yields have a way to go before they disrupt equities. → Read More

The $1,000 Answer to the Tax Question

Everyone's situation is different, but the outcome isn't. → Read More

Now It's the Fed That Appears to Be Moving Slowly

The 10-year Treasury yield takes off while the overnight lending rate stands still. → Read More

The Par Flush Adds to a Pool of Risks for CLO Investors

The latest twist sends gains down the pipes past bondholders to equity holders. → Read More

Earnings Season's Good News Comes From the Top

Forget the profit noise. A surprising strength in revenue growth is raising expectations. → Read More

Investors Need Trump to Leave the Dollar Alone

Meddling with the U.S. currency could disrupt the market's low-rate, low-inflation balance. → Read More

Investors Need Trump to Just Leave the Dollar Alone: Gadfly

Donald Trump Jr. said recently that the only color his father sees is green. But dollar traders have seen mostly red since President Trump took office. → Read More

Investors Need Trump To Just Leave The Dollar Alone

Dollar traders have seen mostly red since President Trump took office. The greenback has fallen 11 percent against a group of other top currencies in the past year, with the latest drop coming this week after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin stomped on it, suggesting that he would welcome an even weaker U.S. currency because it would benefit trade. → Read More