With Labor Day behind us, it's time to set your game plan for September and the rest of 2017.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma destroys lots of homes and autos. Look for everyone from insulation-maker Owens Corning to car-radio service SiriusXM to benefit.
Forex expert Douglas Borthwick says that if the dollar remains weak, the market will continue to move up.
Fixed-income expert Peter Tchir said that he thinks the market can expect either a five to 10 percent move to the upside or downside in the next month or two.
Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle, a former New York Stock Exchange trader and panelist on TheStreet's latest Trading Strategies roundtable, said this year could defy the history books due to the current state of the government.
David Yoe Williams, a commodities and gold expert and a panelist, said investors should be cautious as the market has reached dangerous highs.
Here's a rundown of my favorite plays for the month and the rest of 2017.
From following Trump on Twitter to checking out retail stocks and closed-end funds, here's your autumn gameplan.
Fed watcher Danielle DiMartino Booth sees balance-sheet tightening as more likely than another rate hike.
September is typically the worst month of the year for stocks, and this is what veteran strategist Sam Stovall fears the most.
September has historically has been rough on investors. What will happen this year?
Fitbit, Hibbett Sports, Zoe's Kitchen and Biglari Holdings all have struggled, with only FreightCar America in positive territory for the year.
They might be popular with investors, but all six have underlying concerns.
High U.S. consumer debt, D.C. political gridlock and a dangerous world make the precious metal a good bet.
Trump wants an export-friendly weak currency, and central banks and foreign countries seem ready to oblige.
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