It's the start of a six-week period that has been the best of the stock market in each quarter of recent years.
Investors are looking at the precious metal as a safe haven again rather than a barometer of global economic growth.
Investors are nervously waiting for the results of Greece's national elections.
In each of the past two years, the stock market began a slide in the spring, a phenomenon often referred to by the old adage 'sell in May and go away.'
At the heart of it, all markets come down to buyers and sellers.
The biggest event for investors over the next six months is likely to be the November elections in the U.S.
Here's an update on the 10 indicators that could point to a selloff in the stock market.
This week will likely see more fits and spasms over headlines.
Jeffrey Kleintop looks at how tax changes may directly affect investors in the stock and bond markets.
Earnings growth is slowing and the markets are depending on the success of fewer companies.