Key contrarian indicator falls to 9-month low as stock investors grapple with heightened global risk

Even as worries about emerging markets and President Donald’s trade war continue to dog the stock market, a closely watched contrarian indicator hit its lowest level in months, underscoring the market’s resilience at a time when global risk looms large. See full story.

For retirees, the early bird does not always get the worm. See full story.

“Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd called out for the press “to stop complaining — and start fighting back” against a campaign to “destroy the legitimacy of the American news media,” in a piece he penned for the Atlantic Monday. See full story.

Nike shares sink, but Oppenheimer analyst Brian Nagel said any near-term “backlash” from its controversial ad featuring Colin Kaepernick should be overshadowed by the power of the message sent to its current roster of athletes. See full story.

The S&P 500 Index’s valuation to earnings has dropped considerably. See full story.

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