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Gold made a brief attempt at rallying, but one technician says it's already gone as high as it will go.
Investors are bailing out of high-yield bonds, spreads are widening and prices are falling as the global economic picture deteriorates.
Little-used SEC Rule 48 is suddenly a buzz word as the stock market correction has led to wild trading—and the need to control it.
As concerns about a global slowdown increase, traders say investors will turn to high-tech internet companies for growth.
By any measure, we are at extreme levels.
More workers are diversifying their retirement savings. Here's when it may pay to treat your 401(k) as a jumping off point.
Harvard economist Ken Rogoff said Wednesday the chances of a sharp drop in economic growth in China have become more likely.
Despite Microsoft's recent fall, one trader is betting $2.6 million on a long-term rally.
As stocks continue to see a major selloff, Peter Schiff says markets are about to lose the one last thing propping them up.
Big investment banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are most at risk of liquidity challenges as markets sell off, Dick Bove says.
As a way to gauge risk, one technician says to watch a connection between two major market concerns.
Morgan Stanley flagged identified 20 oversold European stocks that it said could pose investment opportunities given recent market volatility.
"Now there's a sense that they don't know what they're doing," Roger Altman says of Chinese officials.
Jim Cramer wants investors to use a market bounce to put these stocks on the chopping block.
Banks stocks received a flurry of upgrades Tuesday, as the market selloff in the past week reset valuations for the group, Wall Street analyst said.
Even with today's market tremors, strategists say it still makes sense to stick with Apple, Amazon and Netflix.
"Fast Money" traders picked stable stocks after the Dow and S&P 500 saw their biggest negative reversal since October 2008.
Jim Cramer explains what caused the huge rebound, and reversal, of the market on Tuesday and why investors should buckle up for more.
Investors looked for answers after a steep negative stock market reversal, the worst since October 2008.
A bronze sculpture in China showing a bull firmly pinning a bear to the ground has garnered swift attention in the country.