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What if the world's banks bought shares in their nations' select companies?
Commodities are contracting, equities are falling and safe havens aren't safe. The best trade for now is no trade.
Bad news? It's collapsing. Good news? The foundation is still strong.
These are treacherous times, so remain calm and nimble, and don't take on risks that haven't been fully investigated.
It's time to stay calm and nimble, and avoid any risks that haven't been fully vetted.
Hovnanian and Toll are still mired in a funk, but hold appeal for traders.
Adding more funds to a losing trade can be ruinous to your portfolio.
The upcoming political conventions should shed further light on energy policies.
Insights from a weekend conversation about the market.
How the tide turned on ag plays.