Ralph Acampora, called the godfather of technical analysis says a pause in the rally is coming.
The Northman Trader Sven Henrich is back, and he's got two charts that show a pullback could be coming for the market.
You may want to call him the Sigmund Freud of Wall Street.
One technician sees oil, pinned below $50, more than doubling its current price.
One strategist says there is one indicator that is signaling a breakout for the S&P 500.
A top strategist at Russell Investments says the stock market rally could be losing its muscle.
David Stockman has a stern message for investors: You're living in a fantasy land about Trump.
Marc Faber has a warning for investors buying U.S. stocks.
After years of calling for a correction that has yet to happen, the so-called Dr. Doom found himself under fire.
"Like whitewater rafting, you let the market take you where it needs to go."
One strategist seeks two major risks that could derail the market rally.
Peter Schiff and a trader hit back at one another during a CNBC interview on "Futures Now."
Investors are about to see a very strong earnings season, says one strategist, who gives his take on what to expect.
Forget the Trump rally, says one strategist, investors should focus on market fundamentals to read what's coming next.
Get ready to open up your wallet a lot wider at the gas pump.
Gold had a good first quarter, and it bodes well for the second.
Raymond James'Jeffrey Saut warns investors that stocks are susceptible to big losses near-term.
One JPMorgan strategist believes markets could see another leg up should the health-care vote pass.
One Bank of America technical strategist says history is implying a big move up for the S&P 500.
There could be a bigger pullback on the way — one hinging on the notion that President Trump is losing political clout.
One of the Street's top strategists believes the bull market isn't done just yet.
The world's largest asset firm sees a risk which could create losses for investors.
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