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Markets are down Wednesday, but the Dow and S&P 500 recently set new highs while the Nasdaq and Russell 2000 continued to struggle; only one of these directions can be right.
The stock market has roared for the past year. But treasury yields are dropping, and Dr. Copper has been ailing. How can investors make this work to their advantage?
A group of oddball indicators paint a mixed picture for stock market performance in 2014.
Gold dropped 28% in 2013. Will gold be a bull or bear in 2014?
China's possible slowing 2014 GDP growth raises worrisome thoughts of an economic domino effect.
As 2014 dawns, new anxieties have entered U.S. equity markets.
The Hindenburg omens aren't looking good and the market disconnects are looser and looser.
There is a specter of intense price volatility across major asset classes in markets around the world. The U.S. could be in for a rough ride ahead.
Bad news is good news, and the Federal Reserve presidents are of at least two minds.
Too much bullishness is widely in evidence as investors and traders have been totally conditioned to 'buy the dip' and believe that the Fed has their backs.