"Sell in May and go away" is a Wall Street adage that may not be such a bad idea, according to one strategist.
Consumer discretionary index – made up of automobile, media, retail, and hotel companies among others – are down and that might be bad for the market.
Tavis McCourt of Raymond James gives three things that investors will learn from Apple earnings.
As the weather warms up, UBS thinks the housing market will follow. Can we bet on a spring housing rebound?
If filling up your car seems more expensive, that’s probably because it is more expensive.