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. » Read More
By: Matt Maley
Bulls may have a reason to rejoice at a technical development emerging beneath the market's surface, writes Matt Maley. » Read More
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.
Matt Maley, equity strategist with Miller Tabak, is eyeing a key level in the gold chart.
In this environment, "bitcoin $10,000" has taken on meaning unlike what we saw last year.
Crude will likely sink further to $55 per barrel, writes Phil Streible, senior market strategist at RJO Futures.
Apple's technical picture appears increasingly ugly, writes Matt Maley of Miller Tabak.
Bill Baruch, president of Blue Line Futures, explains why he is buying the recent bitcoin sell-off.
Nvidia has been one of the best-performing stocks in recent years, soaring triple digits in the last 12 months alone.
The market will be watching several key factors in Alphabet's earnings report, writes Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management.
The greenback is getting walloped. Here's where it could be headed, according to Phil Streible of RJO Futures.
Investors may want to consider Tom Brady's performance if they're looking for answers about the market's direction, analyst Matt Maley says.
The 10-year Treasury note yield at 2.6 percent could have sweeping implications, writes Miller Tabak's Matt Maley.
Investment banking is going to see a big year, writes analyst Dick Bove with the Vertical Group.
Those who are looking for this rally to continue should be hoping for a pullback right here, writes Matt Maley of Miller Tabak.