Maxwell Meyers is the Executive Producer for CNBC's Options Action, Futures Now and Talking Numbers. Since joining CNBC in 2005, Meyers has served as the Senior Producer of The Strategy Session, Money in Motion Currency Trading and a Producer for both Fast Money and Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Prior to joining CNBC, Meyers worked at CNNfn, where he was a part of the launch of Open House. He has written for Kiplinger's Personal Finance, The Bond Buyer and CNBC.com.
Despite what the Bond King is doing, don’t bet against this bond rally ending anytime soon.
As if this record-setting rally needed another superlative, a new statistic is now making the rounds on Wall Street and getting traders to scratch their heads in disbelief.
Could too much of a bad thing actually be good? That appears to be the case with U.S. equities, which continue to rally despite a preponderance of bad news.
One tried-and-true market theory is saying to buy stocks now.
While many investors remain mesmerized by the record rally in stocks, commodities like wheat and corn have logged huge losses in the past month.
The S&P has gone 468 days since experiencing a correction of 10 percent or more. That's the fourth longest streak on record. How long will it last?