The digital currency could re-enter a bull market in just six months, strategist and bitcoin bull Tom Lee says.
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A recession will happen in the next year or two, according to former OMB director David Stockman.
Invesco's Kristina Hooper sees opportunities for investors as countries cope with slowdown fears.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's Stephen Suttmeier sees a near-term dip giving way to record upside.
Oil prices could fall to the low $40s if they can't hold above the critical $52 level, says John Kilduff of Again Capital.
Wells Fargo's Christopher Harvey resists changing his 2019 price target because he sees near-term turbulence ahead.
The next round of earnings could spark a wave of market volatility, according Blackstone's chief investment strategist.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is on its best winning streak since 1995, but the 'godfather' of chart analysis, says a pullback is necessary before rallying further.
Medley Global Advisors' Ben Emons sees low inflation generating a favorable environment for stock market gains.
If you're not putting money to work during market pullbacks, Cresset Wealth's Jack Ablin suggests it'll be challenging to make profits this year.
The expert known for predicting the 2015 crude collapse weighs in on the year's rally.
Technician Louise Yamada says it's premature to determine whether the market downturn is securely in the past.
Wall Street bear Peter Boockvar warns that 2019's market rally is flawed, and a major setback will slam stocks.
As bond yields fall on global growth fears, Wells Fargo is making some changes.
A 2018 market bear sees new reasons turn positive on stocks, but he warns a deep pullback threat remains.
The JPMorgan analyst behind a report that found major firms are losing interest in cryptocurrencies predicts a new crypto rush.
The markets have surged into the new year with the S&P 500 posting its best January in more than three decades.
The Weather Co.'s Daniel Leonard predicts the polar vortex's days are numbered.
Crude oil is on track to post its best January performance in history, but Mike Kelly of Seaport Global says it may have hit the ceiling.
PNC Financial's Jeffrey Mills sees signs a sharp pullback could hit stocks.
The Federal Reserve will meet this week to talk monetary policy. That has drawn the ire of major critic Dr. Ron Paul.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch believes it's premature to call an end to the correction.
One of Wall Street's largest investing firms warns that a global growth slowdown could sink the U.S. into a recession this year.
Technician says the charts are pointing to another pop for gold.
Mayflower Advisors' Larry Glazer believes the hill's political stalemate is favorable for Wall Street — at least in the short term.
Invesco's Kristina Hooper lists China as a top investment despite earnings warnings from U.S. multinational companies.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's Paul Ciana uses a currency chart to show the broad market's "risk on" rally has legs.
Federated Investors' Phil Orlando says bears are putting extreme negativity ahead of strong economic fundamentals.
Blackstone is telling investors not to give up on 2019, and perhaps they're starting to listen.
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