The markets tend to follow a certain pattern before and after Tax Day.
The markets are being weighed down by a few key red flags right now.
Even with a bigger defense budget the U.S. military could end up being less prepared, a former Marine Corps officer said.
Interviews with ship builders, unions, and a review of public and internal documents show major obstacles to President Trump's plan.
Now that the Fed rate hike has passed, how long will the market continue to give the "Trump rally" the benefit of the doubt?
There's a simple reason for why the stock market rallied after the Fed raised rates as expected.
A new report from OPEC spells even more trouble for struggling oil companies.
Some, like utilities, gas and electric companies, paid only 3.1 percent in taxes on their domestic income over the last eight years.
One of Trump's priorities is to expand the Navy. That likely means more jobs for shipbuilders after years of stagnation.
Threats from abroad and congressional hearings scheduled Wednesday could highlight the need to update the weapons technology.
Credit Suisse highlighted a group of stocks that could be poised to outperform the market in the months ahead.
There's a very good reason market capitalization is still king when it comes to indexing.
Citi Research on Wednesday issued an unfavorable tone on defense stocks, downgrading two companies to neutral from buy.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on which defense names could benefit from increased military spending as outlined by the president in his address to Congress.
President Trump pledges to increase military spending as arms sales boom globally. What does this mean for U.S defense companies?
The White House wants $54 billion more in defense spending for fiscal 2018 – news that is being well received Monday major defense stocks.
Rising tensions between Trump and the Fed have traders scratching their heads.
Buybacks keep rolling along, but here is why they are no panacea for all of the market's problems.
Jeremy Hill, Old Blackheath Companies, and Oliver Pursche, Bruderman Brothers, share their stock picks.
Traders may want to think twice before backing out of the reflation trade right now.