S&P 500 Index (^GSPC)

2,037.41
75.91 3.59
Prev Close 2,113.32
Open 2,103.81
Day Low/High 2,032.57 / 2,103.81
52 Wk Low/High 1,810.10 / 2,132.82
Exchange CBO

Talk of 'Blood in the Streets' Gives Portfolio Managers Buying Opportunities

Stocks fell on Friday in the wake of Britain's stunning vote to leave the European Union, affording buying opportunities for investors willing to jump into a decidedly uncertain market.

The Bear Roars Around the World as Britain Votes to Leave EU

The vote pulled the rug out from under world markets.

Positive 'Brexit' Vote Could Keep the U.S. Bear Market at Bay

But further weakness in small-cap stocks will shift all five major averages to negative this week.

How Will the 'Brexit' Vote Affect These Sector ETFs?

Britain's vote on leaving the EU could have an affect on the S&P 500 and the sector exchange-traded funds that track it.

Charts Point to Negative June for These U.S., Global Stock Markets

The second half of 2016 could look a lot like the first half if the June swoon kicks in.

Want to Avoid Investing Like the 'Dumb Money'? Here's What You Need to Do

Learn three steps to avoid investing with the dumb money crowd.

2 Highly Toxic Energy Stocks That You Should Sell Now

Don't succumb to false hopes that these two deeply indebted oil and gas drilling companies are 'value plays.' They're dangerous investments that offer negative returns. Dump them now.

Why the S&P 500 Should Bounce Higher at 2070

With the market seemingly topped for now, and with lower targets in our sights, the question now is a matter of where the bounces come in.

Risk-Averse Investors Choosing Consumer Staples, Utilities

Risk-off strategies are the rage this week, the charts show.

Gold Prices Are Poised to Move Higher, While Crude Oil Should Decline

Here's what the latest charts say about the direction of gold, oil and stock prices.

Trade the Bull-Bear Tug-of-War

None of these five ETFs have a negative weekly charts. The Dow and transports are neutral, the S&P 500 and small caps are overbought, and the Nasdaq is positive.

Have Your Stock Market Investments Really Performed So Well?

Since 2000, the S&P 500 has averaged only 2.4% a year. The old advice to buy and hold stock indices may be killing your retirement savings.

2 'Summer Stocks' Poised to Sizzle in a Lukewarm Broader Market

As we face the official start of summer, these well-timed tourism sector stocks should give off the much-needed heat that the rest of the equity market lacks.

Which Country Has the Longest Bull Market? The Answer Will Surprise You

This Southeast Asian country has gone the longest of any market in the world without a major correction.

S&P Hits New High but We're Not Out of the Bear's Woods Yet

The S&P 500 was helped by the materials, financials, health care and utilities sectors, but their technical charts are flashing warnings.

Struggling to Make Sense of This Market? Read These Charts

Weekly charts for the S&P 500, Dow Industrials, Nasdaq and Russell 2000 aren't looking bullish or bearish. Here's what to do.

Beware Ominous Charts for S&P 500, Utilities, Nasdaq, Russell 2000, More

A flight to safety to dividend-paying utilities remains a warning as some global stock markets are in bear market territory.

Why Stocks Will Continue to Rise and Oil Could Reverse in the Mid-$50 Area

The stock market is going even higher, while crude oil is set to reverse and gold is approaching a very important support level.

These Stock Market Charts Offer Reasons for Optimism

These three major stock market indices are again making runs at these base-top pivots, offering reason for cautious optimism.

Buy Palo Alto Networks Stock Now for a 11% Rebound

The stock, as it has done the past three months, will reverse course in the next couple of weeks and regain the 50-day at $147, delivering an 11% gain.