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There are lots of reasons to believe that economic growth is fading. But using that insight to make money might not be so simple.
Market strategist Matt Maley is none too impressed by the Monday tech comeback.
Tech stocks are tanking, but the rest of the market is holding up. The big question now is how long this trend can continue.
The S&P 500 may be in for a near-term rally, according to a familiar pattern in the charts.
The market's recent strength is nice to see, but the bulls shouldn't celebrate just yet, says Miller Tabak equity strategist Matt Maley.
Stocks are in the process of gaining back ground after the recent one-day sell-off. But a few positive days does not a comeback make.
It may seem like this bull market will go on forever but AlphaOne Capital founder Dan Niles says a correction is coming.
While both silver and oil have suffered plunges in the past month, there is reason to believe Monday's respective bounces will continue.
Macron's win would seem to be great for the euro. So why is the currency slipping on Monday?
The recent moves in markets have belied the fact that the underlying economic environment remains soft, according to one macro strategist.
Markets are jumping on the French election outcome, but the best may already be over for stocks, according to this equity strategist.
The market decline is likely to continue, warns Matt Maley of Miller Tabak. But that doesn't mean it's time to panic.
The market's big inflation expectations may soon deflate, warns Max Wolff of 55 Capital.