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The Swiss franc stirred Europe’s market pot, oil prices swirled toward a bottom and earnings showed us a thing or two, too. Read Article
The focus is now on the 200-day moving averages of the major indices. Read Article
Bonds and utilities have broken above their bullish resistance lines. Read Article
Without accelerating growth or rising interest rates, we think the odds are stacked against the financial sector this earnings season because of low oil prices. Read Article
Tuesday's "outside reversal" was emotionally rattling and could have bigger implications. See my Daily Market Outlook. Read Article
Bank stocks were set to get a pick up from dividend hikes this year, but loan exposure to the energy sector is making regulators nervous. Read Article
In the last nine months, the medical marijuana industry in Canada has experienced a paradigm shift that was years in the making. The Canadian government changed the way it grants and distributes licenses for production of medical Cannabis. Read Article
Lower oil prices mean lower profits for oil companies and exploration and production (or E&P) companies. However, lower oil prices could also mean higher profits for a host of companies. Read Article
Oil's price decline is going to be rather short-lived, but overall, lower pricing is going to be a common occurrence going forward because the U.S. has so many reserves in the ground. Read Article
Mid-cap indices are displaying unfavorable short-term patterns. Read Article
New purchases should be avoided by most until the market calms down. Read Article