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 perennially bearish "Dr. Doom" foresees a tumble that, in his words, "can easily" take the S&P 500 down to 1,100.
When a key gauge of investor nervousness declines as much as it has recently, a tough week for stocks tends to be ahead.
In a world mired in sluggish growth, those looking to buy attractively valued growth stocks may need to get creative. Asset manager Jason Donville has some ideas.
The candidate has been mentioned by name on five major earnings calls over the past month, in contexts that range from the opportunistic to the comical.
Even those who fear a late-summer slide might want to reconsider the typical defensive strategy, according to Oppenheimer technical analyst Ari Wald.
Record highs for stocks are often associated with big moves and earth-shaking events. But that doesn't exactly describe Monday's action.
U.S. Steel is now up more than 200% on the year. And no one has been caught more by surprise than the analysts covering the name.
A look at 1995 gives us a lesson about what the future could bring for the market, according to Chris Verrone of Strategas Research Partners.
The usually bullish strategist advises that investors should “sell the beach, buy the teach.”