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.
Options prices have fallen to a one-year low, in what may be an indication that big investors are expecting a mild summer ahead.
Investors are ignoring a key indicator that will send the S&P 500 10 percent higher, according to the frequently bullish strategist.
With expectations of volatility dropping, it may be high time to buy some cheap options.
Yield-seeking investors are only beginning to turn to equities, says "Wizard of Wharton" Jeremy Siegel. He explains what that may mean for the market.
The market's inertia is beginning to set milestones. What will break the fog of low-volume neutrality?
After a period of moving in lockstep, crude and the S&P 500 appear to have unlatched.
These two stocks are surging on the back on housing growth and infrastructure rebuilding.
Marc Faber is known for his bearish outlook on the market, but he sees "significant upside potential" in a few sectors.