Alex Rosenberg is a producer at CNBC, where he serves as the digital writer and editor for "Trading Nation," "Futures Now" and "Options Action." Prior to joining CNBC, Rosenberg was a member of NBCUniversal's Page Program. He has a bachelor's degree from Brown University, and he is a CFA charterholder.
The “bond vigilantes” have returned in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory, according to Ed Yardeni, who coined the term in 1983.
Stocks have surged since Donald Trump's victory, but options trader Andrew Keene is looking to fade the move.
Fixed income and equity markets "are following completely different narratives," one economist says.
Donald Trump's surprise win had some market watchers comparing it to the Brexit vote, with both events both different and similar.
"The market is seeing Trump as the growth president," strategist Boris Schlossberg says.
As of midday Tuesday trading, the S&P 500 is enjoying its best two-day run in more than four months. But some say the rally is already over.
"The options market says 'Hillary won, move along, nothing to see here,'" one expert told CNBC.
The S&P 500 closed lower on Friday for the ninth straight session — the first time it has experienced that many losses in a row in nearly 36 years.
The S&P 500 has just fallen in eight straight sessions for only the second time in the past two decades.