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Ralph Acampora says the Brexit created a historic head fake within U.S. markets. He explains why he's extremely bullish on equities.
Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul says the markets are "running out of steam," and a huge move lower is coming.
Tom Kloza of Oil Price Information Service sees a steady summer for crude, but a possible downturn in the fall.
Here's NorthmanTrader.com founder Sven Henrich's call for the S&P 500.
JPMorgan Private Bank's Stephen Parker says the "sell in May and go away" theory is a flawed concept this summer.
Zev Spiro, CEO of Orips Research, makes his case for why gold will reach $1,450.
If Great Britain leaves the EU, Wells Fargo says U.S. investors should buy stocks and not get spooked by volatility.
Peter Boockvar says investors should focus on a Brexit, not the Fed, as the key catalyst for global financial worries.
There’s an 80 percent chance the stock market will go up in the next month because of a rare technical trend, according to FBN Securities.
Gold, crude, stocks and bonds are rallying in lockstep, and that has created a very tricky trading environment, according to one market watcher.
The market is miscalculating when the Fed will hike interest rates, according to Matarin Capital hedge fund manager Nili Gilbert.
The Federal Reserve has its hands tied when it comes to conducting monetary policy, according to Saxo Bank's Steen Jakobsen.
The S&P 500 hasn't seen a 52-week high in over a year, and this could change the way you view the market.
Oil is no longer impacted by OPEC's decisions. Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service makes the case.
A stock market rally is coming, but it may not last as long as you think, argues Allianz Global Investors' top strategist.
Here's why Lindsey Group Chief Market Analyst Peter Boockvar says gold is heading higher.
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