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Michael Lewis and IEX's Brad Katsuyama talk about the "Flash Boys" book one year later.
What has been the impact of the book?
Equities tend to gain in the period leading into interest rate tightening cycles, then reverse when the tightening begins.
Stocks pop after Fed Statement.
Buying stocks overseas—including ETFs—can be perilous.
Investors should sit up and take notice of Tuesday's housing starts miss because the data is directly plugged into GDP.
If you doubt the effect that stimulus has on stocks, look no farther than the headlines from Asia and European equity inflows.
Risk remains to the downside.
Weak oil revenues and the strong dollar is weighing on earnings expectations for the markets.
Why the rally? Traders were surprised by the strength of the rally Thursday morning, which mostly occurred in the first 20 minutes of trading.
It's great that the big banks will raise their payouts, but don't think they are all suddenly turning into dividend all-stars.
While many fast casual restaurants are still posting respectable earnings, the guidance is getting more conservative.
Are stocks dead in the water thanks to the dollar rise?
The S&P 500 has seen drops greater than 1.25 percent in two of the last three session, just two weeks after setting an historic high.
The markets were obsessed with a stronger dollar Tuesday.
Of course, no one knows exactly, but there's plenty of guesses from the analyst community.
U.S. markets opened for trading sharply lower on Tuesday, hit by concerns over rising interest rates, a stronger dollar and weaker earnings estimates.
We had dropped for three straight weeks and could not sustain a rally...
The drop in earnings is cause for concern, but it's not enough to make market watchers hit the panic button.
Just about everything is up five percent this month