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.
If the S&P fails to make a weekly closing high on Friday, bulls may start to fear that a repeat of 2015 is in store.
For yield-hungry investors, 1959 is remembered as the year that dividend yields and bond yields flipped. Are we now seeing another 1959-like moment?
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The Nasdaq has failed to join the Dow and S&P in hitting record highs. Here's what that tells us about stocks as a whole.
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