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Thursday's big rally was not enough to turn the downward trend in stocks. Read Article
Since there’s no real connection between the stock market and professional football, the Super Bowl Indicator is nothing more than a coincidence. Read Article
The impact of a strong U.S. dollar took its toll on large-cap indices. Read Article
Microsoft (MSFT), Procter & Gamble (PG) and Caterpillar (CAT) all take a shellacking on a poor, poor day for earnings. Read Article
Drones pose a big market opportunity -- but the lack of rules governing UAVs raise safety, security and privacy concerns. Read Article
The sweet spot of the market is shifting to the mid-cap stocks arena, to domestic companies, especially those that pay fat dividends. Read Article
Homebuilder stocks have lagged lately, but data points show a big lift in store for the housing market in 2015. Read Article
It is unlikely the market will make meaningful new highs without a pickup in volume and breadth. Read Article
Stocks must attract enough buyers to break the major indices from their current lethargy. Read Article
Despite the rebound that we've seen in the past week, it's time to sit out the current market. Here are three reasons why. Read Article
We’ve got a ways to go before we’re out of the woods as a global economy, but stock prices are poised to continue their bullish ascent in the meantime. Read Article
A non-confirmation by mid and small caps is a negative signal. Read Article
The new year is young, but 2015 bankruptcies have already rattled the stock market. Here's a gander at the corporate graveyard thus far. Read Article
The market has already discounted a 50 billion euro monthly bond-buying program. Read Article