Adam Shell, USA TODAY

Adam Shell

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  • Indianapolis Star
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  • ABC10
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Recent articles by Adam:

Trump gets "B" or "B-minus" from Wall Street pros

Even with strong stock gains, market experts hope that more of the president's pro-business promises become reality. → Read More

Would a government shutdown hurt stocks?

The odds of Congress letting the U.S. run out of cash and forcing it to close for the first time since 2013 are “low,” but it still bears watching as a surprise could rattle investors. → Read More

Wall Street to Millennials: Don't fear the stock market

Surveys show this young generation fears stocks and has little saved for retirement, but there are signs of a shift. → Read More

Nasdaq closes above 6,000 for first time

The tech-heavy index finishes above the milestone 17 years after first topping 5,000. → Read More

Nasdaq closes above 6,000 for first time

The Nasdaq composite tops 6000 milestone 17 years after first topping 5000. → Read More

French vote results fuel market relief rally

Unlike Brexit shock, 1st round of French election goes way Wall Street hoped for → Read More

Don't care about the French election? Your 401(k) does

Wall Street pros say American investors' portfolios could be jarred by France's election. → Read More

Dow dragged down by single stock sell-offs

How can one stock influence the Dow so much? The answer has a lot to do with how its daily moves are calculated. → Read More

Scary headlines, calm markets: Stocks shrug off a world of worry

The market is still close to record highs despite rising tensions around the globe. → Read More

Consumers boost BofA while trading drags on Goldman

Bank of America got help from consumer spending. Goldman Sachs was hurt by weak trading. → Read More

Index that tracks political conflict hits high

The “Partisan Conflict Index,” which tracks the “degree of political disagreement” among U.S. lawmakers, is at a record high. → Read More

What Trump's take on dollar, rates means for you.

The president says the dollar's too strong and prefers lower rates; why should you care? → Read More

JP Morgan tops profit forecasts, says consumers "healthy"

Large U.S. bank reports first-quarter earnings of $1.65 per share, topping forecasts → Read More

Trump says 'dollar too strong,' pushes buck lower

President Trump made headlines and moved currency and bond markets when he said the strength of the U.S. dollar was hurting the competitiveness of U.S. companies that do a lot of business abroad. → Read More

Another day of turbulence for United Airlines stock

Airline's shares under pressure amid PR crisis after passenger forcibly removed from plane → Read More

United Airlines stock loses altitude, sheds $600 million in value

Airline is paying a high price for dragging a passenger off of an overbooked flight → Read More

Stocks poised for big move, but which way?

The sideways trading action in the stock market since early March can’t last forever. Eventually, something’s got to give. → Read More

Stocks shake off U.S. strike on Syria, jobs miss to end turbulent week a tad lower

Investor jitters rose after job creation in March came in weak and geopolitical fears rose → Read More

Stocks do U-turn Wednesday after Fed cites high prices

Blame the downside reversal in stock prices Wednesday on the Federal Reserve. → Read More

High hopes for profits is a risk for stocks

Wall Street analysts expect first-quarter profit growth to top 10% → Read More