It's never a prudent thing to try and pick tops and bottoms in any market, but rather look for established ranges and scale in and out of trades.
Commodities have been under pressure over the past few weeks in the wake of a strong U.S. dollar and uncertainty around the Fed's monetary policy.
Social media giant, Facebook, announced it is entering the payment services space.
Gold broke through important levels of support at $1,180 and $1,160, Eric Zuccarelli, independent metals trader on the NYMEX trading floor, tells TheStreet's Jill Malandrino.
Federal Reserve President Janet Yellen and the FOMC take center stage in the Trading Week Ahead.
The S&P 500 is just about to touch its 100-day moving average, an indicator technicians use to gauge the strength of the underlying that they are trading.
Trader Luke Rahbari does not expect crude to get back to over $60 per barrel by the summer, even with increased seasonal driving demand.
Gold has been under pressure as the U.S. dollar remains strong.
Commodity markets moved lower following better-than-expected non-farm payrolls data as the dollar spiked.
Market volatility made a come back following non-farm payrolls data and now the attention shifts to the FOMC and monetary policy.