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Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Advisors recommends protecting against further losses by buying put options.
A correction has stocks swimming in a sea of red, but one measure of fear has remained unusually calm.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the market turmoil Friday. Could this be time to take advantage of weakness or stash cash?
Stocks were hit by a rush of selling that sent major indices deeper into the red. One technician warns there's significant downside ahead.
Bespoke's Paul Hickey explains why negative analyst sentiment is good for stocks.
JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic explains why he sees a surge in oil and a bear market for stocks.
The oil market has yet to reach a "shock price point" that will persuade drillers to lay down production, John Kilduff says.
Only 17.9 percent of individual investors believe stocks will rise in the next six months, an AAII survey found.
It's a correction, right? Just like August.
Wells Fargo posted mixed quarterly results, as profit slightly beat expectations but sales failed to top Wall Street's estimates.
The next move for global markets might be determined by the Japanese yen.
BlackRock Chairman and CEO Larry Fink says the stock market could fall another 10 percent and oil prices could test $25 per barrel.
Earlier Friday, the U.S. Commerce Department said that retail sales posted an unexpected drop in December.
BlackRock chief Larry Fink responds to critics of ETFs, and makes his case for why they're safer than mutual funds.
Shares of Citigroup fall sharply despite a better-than-expected quarterly earnings beat.
Friday was a day of superlatives for the financial markets with stocks, oil and bonds all posting significant negative milestones.
Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll says markets can avoid a bear market if two things happen.
Consumer sentiment in the U.S. came in better than expected for January, according to a Friday report.
Despite this week's market turmoil around the world, one of Wall Street's biggest bulls maintains the end of the correction may be near.
The CME's tool for tracking the probability of a hike has dropped, most recently indicating just a 38 percent chance of a move.
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