Here's how you should trade the S&P 500, oil and gold this week, following last week's dramatic post-Brexit trading.
Fear sells in the financial media -- but don't give into it. Your strategies should change little if at all.
Josh Mahony, a market analyst with IG Markets, says the current rally is only short term.
Soros calls a for radical overhaul of EU fiscal policy, plus more on how he hedged for Brexit.
The Australian dollar is poised to rally against its New Zealand counterpart, technical analysis shows.
EUR/USD has a clear trend line breakout on the daily chart, now it is coming up to retest the breakout before continuing it's downtrend! Get ready to short!
A selling frenzy often ensues quickly in response to surprising events, while a financial catastrophe usually builds up over time.
Brexit's impact delivered a blow to global markets, now being felt in China, Brazil and Mexico as falling currencies spur renewed anxiety over inflation and investor flight.
They give advice to investors amid the turmoil and predict that GDP will fall in the U.K., while the Federal Reserve will be particularly cautious.
There has been a run on currencies since Britain's vote to leave the European Union. The yen might not be the safest play.
Technical analysis shows that stocks will remain under pressure while gold will increase in value.
The Brexit vote has highlighted the fact that the world is facing a real crisis of leadership and there is no indication of where this leadership might come from.
The U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union sent shock waves through the markets, creating political turmoil and causing enormous amounts of speculation about what it all means.
The British have chosen to leave the Europe Union, and markets fell hard on Friday as a result. How should U.S. investors react?
If you listened to pundits and betting markets, you would have thought that Brexit would fail. But if you listened to Twitter sentiment, you'd know it was going to succeed.