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The chart of an obscure index is making its way around Wall Street. Could it suggest that traders are getting worried about a crash?
Investors who have lost money in Snap shouldn't look to the options market — or to Wall Street research — for comfort.
Investors aren't properly pricing rising inflation into their decision making, according to one portfolio manager.
Despite the drop in oil, one trader sees a rally ahead for the commodity.
One historical analysis shows that when the Fed takes it slow, stocks can take it easy.
A close technical analysis of crude oil could reveal that the commodity is in for a major turnaround.
Some investors might wonder why regional bank stocks aren't faring better.
One trader thinks gold's run isn't done, and he predicts how high the yellow metal could go.
To perform well, investors ought to pay close attention to what research analysts recommend, Tom Lee says. Then they should do the opposite.
The Dow first hit 10,000 on this day in 1999. With the Dow above 20,000, a striking stat shows just how different the market is today.
Technology will continue to lead the market, according to one technical analyst, who recommends buying shares of Skyworks Solutions.
As expected, the Fed raised its federal funds target rate on Wednesday, and forecasts about two more rate hikes in the rest of the year.
Small-cap stocks are badly lagging their larger peers so far this year, and some strategists foresee more downside in the space.
The S&P 500 is in the midst of a historic streak.
Until the S&P 500 loses its momentum, traders shouldn't even think about turning bearish, according to market technician Jonathan Krinsky.
One Apple bull is betting that the tech giant's rally will continue.
John Bollinger, creator of Bollinger Bands, believes more gains are ahead for the market.
The ultra-low levels of volatility are unlikely to last, says UBS strategist Julian Emanuel.
Gold logged its ninth straight losing session Friday, its longest string of declines since July 2015. But does the drop spell opportunity?
The VIX seems to be sending a clear message: no fear here.
Matt Maley, Miller Tabak, and Erin Gibbs, S&P Global, discuss the retail sector with Brian Sullivan.
Gene Munster, managing partner at VC firm Loop Venture, and Ari Wald, Oppenheimer technician, discuss Apple's stock with Brian Sullivan.
Max Wolff, 55 Capital Partners, and Craig Johnson, Piper Jaffray, take a look at where gold is headed with Brian Sullivan.
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