Earnings season is in full swing, with a little over half of S&P 500 companies having reported quarterly earnings, and the options market is implying meaningful moves for several stocks this week.
A disconnect between the best- and worst-performing sectors this year is raising a note of caution to some market watchers.
A portfolio manager explains why he just went overweight value over growth.
Blue Line Futures' Bill Baruch says bitcoin's bounce has more room to rise.
Consumer staples is the worst-performing S&P 500 sector this year, but Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors says the group looks so bad, it's actually good.
Some market watchers are forecasting further downside for chipmaker stocks.
While investors have been focused on large-cap tech and the surge in commodities, small-cap stocks have quietly come within a stone's throw of the recent all-time highs.
Rising inflation is the single biggest risk to investors now, according to an analysis from Deutsche Bank.
Some of the stocks expected to see the biggest moves on their earnings report may fall on footwear and a beleaguered Dow stock.
With volatility rocking the market again, investors are searching for signs as to where stocks could go next. One chart-minded analyst says three charts may hold some clues.