Projections were good at the end of 2017, they got better as 2018 wore on, and they have only gotten better since earnings season started a week ago. » Read More
The good news is that when the market turns inward and looks at earnings and guidance, it likes it what it sees » Read More
The bar is much higher now. The good news is there is clearly a floor under the market with trade issues, and perhaps Syria, calming down. » Read More
Several factors will likely keep stocks strong for at least the next couple of quarters. » Read More
The trading community, which has bitterly complained for years about low trading volumes and low volatility, finally has something to cheer about.
Earnings season is upon us, and once again there are dire warnings that stocks will be weak because companies are entering a "blackout period."
Traders will be listening to what corporations will be doing with their new-found money from the tax cuts.
Traders are eager to change the conversation from trade wars and tariffs to the economy and earnings, but it's hard to do when President Donald Trump keeps upping the ante with China
President Trump could blow this up again, but for the moment the markets seem mollified and eager to move on.
Spotify is a big company with a big brand name that partially sells itself. Many other small companies will still need Wall Street to do the selling.
Opinions are divided about the markets in the second quarter.
A lot of the usual rituals of a traditional IPO will be missing this time, and traders expect volatility
Bob Pisani breaks down why tech stocks are so important to the market right now.
Tuesday's slump leads people to question whether the big momentum trade in tech is over
An existential crisis in social media stocks, confusion over how to discount a trade war and conflicting interpretations of the Fed's latest move are weighing on the market.
Zuckerberg controls nearly 60 percent of Facebook stock.
Facebook's biggest investors are quiet so far on the controversy but they may not remain that way for long.
Concerns about economic growth along with quarter-end profit taking are suddenly emerging to spook traders, Bob Pisani says.
With two weeks left in the quarter, traders are nervously eyeing hefty gains in technology stocks
It has been one month since the market bottomed on Feb. 9. It was a wild week, one for the record books.
Goldman Sachs is looking for talent in unusual places because it is trying to pull off a radical makeover, offsetting persistent weakness in its core business of trading by pushing into lending, the Financial Times reports.
The geopolitical turbulence and volatility putting downward pressure on stocks is working out just fine for commodities.
J.P. Morgan reportedly had to oust a security chief backed by Palantir after executives found out he was spying on them.