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Trade war fears have weighed on U.S. equity markets, but Chinese stocks are bearing the brunt of the international tension, equity strategist Matt Maley says.
Here's why Blue Line Futures' Bill Baruch says the calming of bitcoin’s wild swings could signal a bottom.
Stocks have regained some momentum, and Matt Maley of Miller Tabak sees one name as a potential catch-up trade.
Emerging market stocks have seen better days, but a relief rally may lie ahead, according to equity strategist Matt Maley.
Mike Binger, senior portfolio manager at Gradient Investments, explains why PayPal's huge iZettle acquisition is bullish.
On the heels of surging Treasury yields, a popular homebuilder-tracking ETF, the ITB, posted its worst day in three months.
Larry McDonald, editor of the Bear Traps Report, explains why Amazon shares could pose a threat to the market.
Semiconductor stocks are breaking down after posting their best year since the financial crisis, and this has negative implications for the broader technology sector.
As the bank earnings flurry rolls on this week, the financials sector should be able to play catch-up and return to being one of the best-performing groups in the market.
Bulls may have a reason to rejoice at a technical development emerging beneath the market's surface, writes Matt Maley.
The tech wreck is weighing on the broader market, but strategist Boris Schlossberg sees further pain if tech stocks don’t stabilize soon.
It will be imperative to watch for any retaliatory measures from U.S. trade partners as a result of newly announced tariffs, Michael Binger says.
Several interesting themes have emerged from the bond market recently, most notably in high-yield bonds.
It appears Powell is ushering in an entirely different era at the Fed, in more ways than the obvious transition.
The relationship between oil and energy stocks has diverged to a notable degree, and investors may wonder how to play the spread.
Don't call it a comeback just yet, writes Matt Maley, equity strategist with Miller Tabak.