The Fed's easy money policies won't be able to protect the market from a recession, according to the Reagan administration's OMB director.
It's been a wild ride for stocks as trade tantrums and global growth fears have ignited a surge of bearish sentiment around the markets. But, a top technician says the charts are signalling new highs could come sooner than investors think.
RBC Capital Markets' Helima Croft blames the trade war for oil's drop into bear market territory.
J.P. Morgan's Jason Hunter highlights key levels in the charts that suggest stocks may be starting to find solid ground.
The increasingly volatile stock market provides few hideouts, but one of them appears to be bitcoin, says Bleakley Advisory Group's Peter Boockvar.
Yield curve inversions have historically been good indicators of oncoming U.S. recessions, but Wells Fargo Securities' global head of rate strategy says that may no longer be the case.
Federated Investors' Phil Orlando takes down his exposure to stocks due to growing uncertainty surrounding trade.
PNC Financial's Jeffrey Mills warns that the trade war could give investors another scare.
After crude oil's worst week of 2019, top technical analyst Louise Yamada sees the stage set for further declines.
Bank of America slashed its global rate outlook for the year amid trade tensions, and its head of U.S. rates strategy says even that forecast may be too optimistic.
BNY Mellon's Alicia Levine believes Wall Street is making a big mistake when it comes to the trade war.
QMA chief investment strategist Ed Keon has significantly pulled back risk exposure during the past few weeks due to the escalating U.S.-China trade war.
BofA-Merrill Lynch's Jill Carey Hall believes fundamentals do not favor small caps as a sound investment right now.
The cryptocurrency is cracking the $8,000 mark and has now skyrocketed 125% since 2019 began. But it's about to run into a key resistance level.
Invesco's Kristina Hooper is skeptical the U.S. and China will achieve a meaningful trade deal.
Bitcoin's back in focus on Wall Street after cracking the $8,000 level for the first time in nearly a year, and Fundstrat's Tom Lee sees more runway ahead of the digital currency.
As U.S.-China trade talks and tensions with Iran put pressure on oil prices, energy expert John Kilduff gives investors the key levels to watch.
Cresset Capital's Jack Ablin says there's a key factor holding the bull market together, and it has nothing to do with trade.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's Stephen Suttmeier highlights two charts that suggest stocks will rebound and hit new highs this year.
The Federal Reserve's tightening cycle and an "unprecedented" level of stock buybacks on Wall Street could push the U.S. economy over the edge, warns economist David Rosenberg.
Micro futures begin trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange this weekend, and they offer "huge" benefits to day traders, experts say.
Melon Active Fixed Income CIO David Leduc believes investors should avoid long-duration bonds to avert potential losses.
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