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Danny Riley of MrTopStep and Brian Shepard of the CME review trading action in the S&P ahead of the FOMC statement.
Scott Redler, chief Strategic Officer for T3Live, and Lindsey Bell of TheStreet, set up the trading week to come, looking in at major sectors and stocks that many traders will be watching.
Coach and Whole Foods post results, plus jobs, GDP and the FOMC meeting make for a busy week ahead. TheStreet's Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill have details.
With 150 S&P 500 companies reporting next week, TheStreet's Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill, discuss which stock they will be watching.
After digesting a few bank earnings Friday, TheStreet's Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill, discuss what to expect from Huntington Bancshares.
Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of T3Live.com, is joined by Lindsey Bell of TheStreet for the full edition of The Morning Call, covering today's stock picks and levels to watch.
Gold remains an attractive asset for long-terms holders given the uncertainty that remains in Europe, says Will Rhind of ETF Securities.
Andrew Keene of Keeneonthemarkets.com, explains why he is scaling back his long positions and taking a less bullish stance on the market.
The yellow metal should trade sideways going into the jobs report says trader Eric Zuccarelli.
With the Q2 in the books, TheStreet's Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill look ahead to what Q3 will bring.