One market watcher believes that if the Fed hikes rates, investors should be ready for a market tantrum to repeat itself.
Peter Boockvar of The Lindsey Group warns that the market is unprepared for a Fed rate hike.
Peter Boockvar of The Lindsey Group joins CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis to why the Bank of Japan meeting is the most important.
The Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar says a September rate hike is a 'non-event.' Is the market in store for a Fed shock? And how to trade oil if the Fed hikes rates. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
The Fed meeting is underway. The impact of the Fed and the Bank of Japan, with Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders, Jim Iuorio and Scott Nations, both at the CME.
A major U.S. firm makes a controversial prediction about where gold prices are going next.
The bulls have history on their side, according to Oppenheimer technical analyst Ari Wald.
Ari Wald of Oppenheimer comments on what could happen to the markets in the event of a Fed rate hike with CNBC's Jackie Deangelis.
RBC commodity strategist Christopher Louney gives his price targets for gold.
RBC commodity strategist Christopher Louney says the gold rally is ending, as the precious metal slides to two week lows.
Ari Wald of Oppenheimer explains that history is showing that a market rally is ahead, and investors should think about cashing in.
We may have had a data deluge today, but right now this rally is all about Apple.
Apple's rally is about more than just Samsung's battery woes. There may be more to the iPhone 7 than meets the eye.
Sameer Samana, analyst at Wells Fargo, believes the market will set even more records.
Why more market records are ahead. Can oil solve its oversupply issue? And a trader bets on bonds ahead of the Fed meeting, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Most blame it on crude, down earlier on a report that says the world supplied with oil, and that demand will not be as strong.
Stocks have gone on a roller coaster ride from Friday through today alone.
One thing's for sure: central banks around the world are becoming more resistant to lowering rates and expanding quantitative easing (QE).
A sharp stock market pullback is imminent, according to Gluskin Sheff's chief economist, David Rosenberg.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren has reminded everyone the markets are not positioned for a September rate hike.