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Growth in mobile advertising is expected to exceed $28 billion this year. Here's a look at how the major players -- GOOG, FB and TWTR -- will capitalize on the mobile mega-trend. Read Article
We can look for common issues that have appeared in the past before significant corrections, and from that perspective, biotechnology looks overheated. Read Article
The large-cap indices are not keeping pace with the Nasdaq and Russell 2000. Read Article
The weakness in this PMI reading is particularly notable as this survey is weighted towards small and medium-sized businesses that are mostly in the private sector versus the mostly state-owned large enterprises that get tracked in the official PMI survey. Read Article
With the major averages bonking their heads on resistance levels, the bulls will need to step up soon or risk losing momentum. Read Article
The removal of the word "patient" signaled that we could see a rate increase at the June Fed meeting, and lowered forecasts for growth and inflation signaled that maybe, just maybe, a rate increase could come later in the year, rather than sooner. Read Article
The triple-digit decline in the Dow Jones Transportation Average can't be ignored. Read Article
I stand by my previous comments that the Fed will not raise key interest rates this year, and that's good news for the stock market. Read Article
See how home sales, purchased goods and services, jobless claims, GDP estimates and consumer sentiment might impact your stocks. Read Article
Soon enough, investors are going to catch on that the S&P 500's earnings are being crushed by the stronger dollar, but with the stock market still yielding much more than the bank, I do not expect investors to pull their money out of stocks. Read Article
It is now in a strong position to break out of its narrow trading range. Read Article
My CBR signal has been accurate more than 70% of the time in the past 10 months. Read Article
The fact that the FOMC doesn’t have a set date to raise rates but is going to take a “wait-and-see approach” instead has given traders confidence that the weak economic data we’ve been seeing lately may cause the Fed to sit on its hands for a while. Read Article
Financials need to participate or the market is at risk of another low-momentum advance. Read Article
A few sectors look like prime targets for longer-term investments. Read Article
It's fairly safe to say that the next six years won't see returns as strong as those from the last six, but just because the last six years were strong doesn't mean we are poised for a crash. Read Article