Rising bond yields are seen as good for the economy, but bad for stocks. This is causing an identity crisis for markets.
Cresset Wealth's Jack Ablin suggests a powerful market shift is coming in favor of bonds.
Trump, like Reagan, is an outside-the-beltway president, says Ralph Acampora. What else do they have in common?
One veteran technician says the charts are pointing to another rally in crude.
As earnings kick into high gear, investors have brushed the trade war threat to the background. That could be a mistake.
Gold may be coming off two year highs, but Ambrosino Brothers' Todd Colvin isn't predicting the end of the rally.
One of the biggest bitcoin bulls on the street says the cryptocurrency could more than triple this year.
Blackstone's Joseph Zidle says investing in long-term bonds is a mistake right now.
With President Trump deliberating U.S. involvement in Syria, markets see the rising tensions as a boon to oil.
The Bleakley Advisory Group's Peter Boockvar believes stocks are facing more trouble.
The U.S. is exporting crude at a record pace. That has the potential to unbalance global oil markets.
Despite the correction, CFRA's Sam Stovall doesn't see the bull market flatlining.
Bitcoin just closed out the worst first quarter in its history. One expert sees it rebounding from recent losses.
With earnings season set to kick off in less than two weeks, one strategist says the market's pain could be behind it.
There's one technical indicator that, should it appear, could have investors running from bitcoin.
Big tech's hot streak may be officially going up in flames, according to Mayflower Advisors' Larry Glazer.
As the Fed pares back bond holdings, the U.S. government brings more to market. That could have an impact on yields.
The markets had a down week, but to one market analyst, this is not a time for worry; it's time to buy.
The Fed raised rates for just the sixth time since the crisis. One analyst says the Fed's pace borders on ridiculous.
Steep market sell-offs trapped bulls above a key level of resistance this week, according to one technician.
The stream of news out of President Trump's White House has become a liability for Wall Street, a strategist said.
Vertical Research’s Michael Dudas explains why gold investors should closely watch the dollar.
Technician Louise Yamada sees a pullback scenario unfolding for oil based on key levels.
With the turmoil in Washington taking over headlines, one portfolio manager has a message for investors.
The S&P 500 will end the year higher, but it's going to take the winding road to get there, says one market strategist.
The former OMB Director under President Reagan sees nothing but pain ahead for the stock market.
A chorus of analysts has called the end of the 30-year bond bull market. Not so fast, says one trader.
As the yield on the 10-year heads higher, markets still struggle with how to handle it, T3Live.com's Scott Redler says.
Federated Investors’ Phil Orlando sees strong earnings pushing the bears to the sidelines.
With a bull run on pause, Altaira Capital Partners' Ralph Acampora consults history for clues on the markets' next move.
Cresset Wealth’s Jack Ablin sees rising treasury yields rattling stock market investors.
Louise Yamada of Louise Yamada Advisors tells CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis why oil could be headed even higher.
The threat of a trade war has eased, but stock markets should stay vigilant, says Invesco's Kristina Hooper.
Ambrosino Brothers’ Todd Colvin explains what could take gold to $1400 an ounce.
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