The cryptocurrency is cracking the $8,000 mark and has now skyrocketed 125% since 2019 began. But it's about to run into a key resistance level.
Invesco's Kristina Hooper is skeptical the U.S. and China will achieve a meaningful trade deal.
Bitcoin's back in focus on Wall Street after cracking the $8,000 level for the first time in nearly a year, and Fundstrat's Tom Lee sees more runway ahead of the digital currency.
As U.S.-China trade talks and tensions with Iran put pressure on oil prices, energy expert John Kilduff gives investors the key levels to watch.
Cresset Capital's Jack Ablin says there's a key factor holding the bull market together, and it has nothing to do with trade.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's Stephen Suttmeier highlights two charts that suggest stocks will rebound and hit new highs this year.
The Federal Reserve's tightening cycle and an "unprecedented" level of stock buybacks on Wall Street could push the U.S. economy over the edge, warns economist David Rosenberg.
Micro futures begin trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange this weekend, and they offer "huge" benefits to day traders, experts say.
Melon Active Fixed Income CIO David Leduc believes investors should avoid long-duration bonds to avert potential losses.
Wells Fargo Securities' Christopher Harvey raises his S&P 500 year-end price target to 3,088, a 16% jump above his prior forecast.
There's a bull market emerging in bitcoin, says Fundstrat's Tom Lee.
Blackstone's Joseph Zidle warns a lot could still go wrong when it comes to earnings season.
Ned Davis Research's Ed Clissold sees the market grinding higher as more earnings reports beat analyst estimates.
The U.S. may be backing itself into a corner, the commodities watcher says.
Standard Chartered's Suki Cooper says gold is closing in on oversold territory.
CFRA's Sam Stovall suggests the stock market will hit a setback next month.
Crude oil prices won't climb higher unless they stay above the critical $60 level, says Louise Yamada of Yamada Technical Research.
The best investment opportunities may be thousands of miles away.
Bleakley Advisory Group's Peter Boockvar sees two narratives gripping the market, and one could send investors running for cover.
Yields have tumbled over the past month. One technician expects them to make a comeback into the summer and is finding proof in an unexpected corner of the market.
Much of Wall Street may consider Europe a danger zone for investors, but BNY Mellon's Alicia Levine lists it as a top market pick.
Mayflower Advisors' Larry Glazer is discouraging investors from the tech space as more companies get ready to go public.
Bitcoin's recent surge could mark a near-term bottom for the volatile digital currency, says "Fast Money" trader and self-proclaimed bitcoin bull Brian Kelly.
Fears of a global slowdown hitting the U.S. economy will start to disappear in 2019, says PNC Financial Services Group Co-Chief Investment Strategist Jeff Mills.
OPIS' Tom Kloza believes the real motivation behind President Trump's recent tweet isn't oil — it's rising gasoline prices.
Why even the market bulls have a back-up plan right now.
One of Wall Street's biggest bulls suggests the latest market pullback is no fluke.
Crude oil prices are heading higher on a confluence of bullish tailwinds, but there are a few looming risks investors should be watching, says RBC oil expert Helima Croft.
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