Economist Harry Dent warns investors of the triggers which could create a sharp pullback
The Trump rally is setting the markets up for an epic crash, says Dent Research Founder Harry Dent.
A Dow collapse is inevitable, and the index will drop to as low as 3000 in next few years, according to Dent Research Founder Harry Dent.
Mark Eibel of Russell Investments discusses why he sees the rally fading with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
There's a change in the market wind, which explains why stocks keep on rallying.
PNC strategist Bill Stone cites a stronger dollar and the potential for global growth to slow down for his below-consensus forecast.
Strategists and analysts are having a devil of a time figuring out what—if any—impact the Trump victory will have on corporate earnings in 2017, but CFOs seem to think it's mostly good news.
Experts scramble to factor Trump's corporate tax plans into the 2017 earnings equation.
The Trump rally seems to be losing steam and earnings could come in softer than the street expects in 2017, according to PNC’s Bill Stone.
Financials and technology could give investors the biggest upside in the stock market going into 2017, according to PNC’s Bill Stone.
PNC Chief Investment Strategist Bill Stone predicts the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates at next week's policy meeting.
Dennis Gartman explains why the rally in oil, and OPEC deal, will not last long.
Here's what investors should have done instead of cherry-picking key sectors to buy and sell.
The Italian political system is a mess and one of the main reasons the economy is weak.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" discusses his thoughts on the OPEC agreement.
Why focus on corporate tax cuts? Because it's the only thing in the "Trump rally" that has any kind of plausible numbers associated with it.
If it wasn’t for the dollar and yields, the S&P 500 would be rallying even higher right now, says Siegel.
The Federal Reserve will hike interest rates two to three times next year, according to Wharton's Jeremy Siegel.
New data suggests U.S. retail investors returned to the markets with a vengeance in November.
He correctly called Dow 19,000, and now the Wharton School's Jeremy Siegel predicts the index could hit 20,000 by year's end.
Oil markets could receive another blow on Wednesday when the U.S. government reports oil stocks data on Wednesday.
Gold on Tuesday inched up from its lowest in over two weeks as the dollar shed some of its gains.
Oil prices retreated from near-five-month highs in advance of data expected to show a build in U.S. crude inventories.