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Volatility Reigns, Oil Prices Stall, What it Means for U.S. Stocks

European markets are tumbling and U.S. futures have fallen before the open, coming one day after extreme volatility hit American markets.

Once again, European markets are tumbling and U.S. futures have fallen before the open, coming one day after extreme volatility hit American markets and as wild swings have hit investors as of late. Complicating matters, oil prices are nearing four-year lows, creating opportunities for investors -- if they're willing to catch falling knives. Alan Knuckman is the Chief Market Strategist for Barchart Bullseye Options, and he's taking the market's temperature before the open, trying to hunt down bargains in airlines, international markets, and even in technology stocks this morning.

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