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Market of the Week

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Global Trade and U.S. Small Cap Equities

Market of the Week

Market of the Week

Can the equity bulls keep control?

60 Seconds: What is the Russell 2000 and Should You Invest in It?

60 Seconds: What is the Russell 2000 and Should You Invest in It?

The Russell 2000 represents 2000 small publicly traded companies -- essentially the engine of our economy. And it has been en fuego lately, so maybe there's room in your portfolio for you to invest in America. Give us 60 seconds and decide now!

Lee Munson on the Market, Trade and the Possibility of a Recession

Lee Munson on the Market, Trade and the Possibility of a Recession

Munson told TheStreet that a recession is at least 12 months away considering where interest rates are currently.

3 Must Reads on the Market From TheStreet's Top Columnists

3 Must Reads on the Market From TheStreet's Top Columnists

Jim Cramer and our other experts look at Domino's, strong dollar plays, and investing in biotech stocks.

Lee Munson Discusses the Market and Areas of Opportunity for Investors

Lee Munson Discusses the Market and Areas of Opportunity for Investors

Munson sees the banks as an opportunity for investors.

Lee Munson on Why Investors are Shifting to Small-Cap Stocks

Lee Munson on Why Investors are Shifting to Small-Cap Stocks

There are three reasons investors are moving to small-cap stocks, according to Lee Munson.

Video: This Is What May Happen to Stocks if the S&P 500 Crosses 2,800

Video: This Is What May Happen to Stocks if the S&P 500 Crosses 2,800

The S&P 500 is awfully close to a key level: 2,800.

It's Not Always Smooth Sailing for Cannabis Firms In Need of Capital, CEO Says

It's Not Always Smooth Sailing for Cannabis Firms In Need of Capital, CEO Says

When a cannabis company needs money to fuel growth, it's never as simple as heading to the bank to shop investors.

Video: Here Is Why Tax Reform and Tariff Tailwinds Aren't Priced Into Small Caps

Video: Here Is Why Tax Reform and Tariff Tailwinds Aren't Priced Into Small Caps

Small cap stocks are largely immune from tariff worries and tend to be bigger beneficiaries of tax cuts than large multi-national companies.