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Only One Direction Can Be Right

05/14/14 - 01:50 PM EDT

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.

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What Do Treasuries and Copper Know That Equities Don't?

03/05/14 - 12:11 PM EST

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?

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Oddball Indicators Paint Mixed Picture

02/06/14 - 06:00 AM EST

A group of oddball indicators paint a mixed picture for stock market performance in 2014.

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After a 12-Year Low, What's Going on with Gold?

01/22/14 - 08:57 AM EST

Gold dropped 28% in 2013. Will gold be a bull or bear in 2014?

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Is China the World's Ticking Time Bomb?

01/15/14 - 08:25 AM EST

China's possible slowing 2014 GDP growth raises worrisome thoughts of an economic domino effect.

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Five Red Flags for the New Year

01/07/14 - 06:00 AM EST

As 2014 dawns, new anxieties have entered U.S. equity markets.

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Are You Ready for a June Swoon?

06/04/13 - 06:00 AM EDT

The Hindenburg omens aren't looking good and the market disconnects are looser and looser.

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Will Chaos Spread Across Global Markets?

05/28/13 - 01:45 PM EDT

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.

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Bubble, Bubble, Are We in Trouble?

05/21/13 - 06:11 PM EDT

Bad news is good news, and the Federal Reserve presidents are of at least two minds.

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Of Course This Market Can Go Down

05/07/13 - 06:00 AM EDT

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.

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