The biotech sector has gained more than 20% in the 4th quarter of 2019 but it looks like the rally has run out of steam.
November's strong jobs report could strengthen President Trump's belief that the U.S. economy is doing just fine despite tariffs.
Gold is primed to rally past the $1700 level sometime in 2020, but it's looking like it's going to retrace back to the mid-$1300s before it does.
The U.S.-China trade war is already slowing down the global economy. Why does Trump want to extend the pain heading into an election year?
In the financial markets, it's either feast or famine. Both U.S. and international equities are flashing buy signals almost across the board, while fixed income and precious metals are starting to look uglier technically.
Stocks resumed their winning ways last week but the disconnect between economic fundamentals and investor enthusiasm is making attractive trade opportunities fewer and more difficult to find.
The latest GDPNow forecast from the Atlanta Fed for Q4 just soared all the way to 1.7%.
This bank/REIT hybrid fund has popped up multiple times in my feed recently but I don't understand what's getting investors so excited.
The price of bitcoin has plunged more than 30% in just the past month. Is now the time to buy again?
The bull rally finally took a pause last week as equities posted their first losing week since September. The up trend is still in place but the action in Treasuries is intensifying.