Adam Shell, USA TODAY

Adam Shell

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Recent articles by Adam:

Investors: 5 market milestones that mattered in 2017

From Dow "24K" to Bitcoin mania, 2017 has featured barrier-breaking moments for markets. → Read More

Poll: Holiday gift spending will leave many in debt for months

Some say it will take up to six months to pay off their holiday bills → Read More

Bitcoin futures trading kick-off could signal digital currency's move to mainstream

Bitcoin's price surges as its first day of futures trading provides glimpse of more mainstream future → Read More

Current stock market rally: Rational or irrational exuberance?

Stock valuations, while stretched, “appear reasonable” given the high level of corporate profitability, analyst says. → Read More

Bitcoin tops 16,000, and its $270B market value tops Home Depot

Bitcoin's market value of $270.6 billion makes it more valuable than all but 12 of the 500 companies in the S&P 500 stock index. → Read More

Are tech stocks losing their top-dog status on Wall Street?

Tech stocks lose momentum as investors flock to other parts of the market in search of value. → Read More

Wall Street is upbeat on bank stocks in 2018

Bank stocks are seen benefiting from less regulation, higher interest rates and tax cuts. → Read More

Dow jumps 200 points on tax overhaul optimism after Senate passes its bill

The Dow, which barreled past 24,000 last week, rallied sharply early Monday as Wall Street cheered the Senate's passage of its tax cut plan. → Read More

Stocks pare losses despite news of Michael Flynn pleading guilty to lying to FBI

Stocks recover from dive as political risk spikes for Trump. The president's ex-national security adviser pleads guilty to lying to FBI. → Read More

401(k) investors: December is Dow's best month over past 100 years

The year's final month has been the best for Dow gains over the past 100 years. → Read More

Dow closes above 24,000 for first time

The Dow set a new record Thursday, closing at a record 24,327.82 points. → Read More

Dow closes above 24,000 for first time

The Dow set a new record Thursday, closing at a record 24,327.82 points. → Read More

401(k) investors rejoice: Dow tops 24,000 for first time

The Dow, which has jumped more than 300 points, notched a fresh milestone Thursday, topping 24,000 for the first time, adding to the sizable 2017 gains of 401(k) investors that have exposure to stocks in their retirement accounts. Right after the start of trading today, the blue chip stock index ticked above the big number. At its high point Thursday, it was up as much as 387 points at a new… → Read More

401(k) investors rejoice: Dow closes above 24,000 for first time

The blue-chip index has posted 62 record closes in 2017 on its historic run past 24,000. → Read More

Bitcoin's big swing at $11,000 launches renewed talk of bubble

The currency's volatility, which took it above $11,000 then back below $10,000 on Wednesday, has Wall Street wondering what's next. → Read More

Dow posts biggest gain in 3 months on tax overhaul optimism

Dow jumps 256 points on tax bill progress after Senate committee OKs version of bill. → Read More

Tech stocks are partying like its 1999, but Wall Street pros say it's no irrational bubble

Tech stocks are top market performers in 2017, but talk of a bubble may exaggerated. → Read More

401(k) investors could profit from traditional post-Thanksgiving stock rally

If history repeats itself, the stock market could rise about 2% between the holiday and end of the year. → Read More

Q&A: Famed economist Henry Kaufman says robots are 'greatest challenge' to workers

Henry Kaufman, famed Wall Street economist, says workers will be replaced by technology and markets could some day be tripped up by a computer glitch. → Read More

New ETF gives investors a way to profit from retail wreck

A new ETF enables investors to make money by betting on a further decline in brick-and-mortar retailers as online retailing gains dominance. → Read More