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A down day that breaks critical inflection points could result in an intermediate downturn. Read Article
If the NFL doesn't make right its botched handling of the Ray Rice situation in a hurry, the league's invaluable antitrust exemption could get sacked. Read Article
Food and gas prices are tumbling, putting billions of dollars into consumer's wallets for spending on everything else. Read Article
Be mindful of support and resistance lines as volatility is likely to be high. Read Article
Priceline.com is a high-growth investment, and PCLN stock is a strong buy under $1,250. Here are five reasons to buy PCLN now: Read Article
The strength in the U.S. dollar could mean the end to easy gains in emerging markets. Read Article
Wall Street wasn't thrilled with Apple's newly unveiled iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, prompting a broader market selloff. Read Article
The week following September's triple-witching day has not been kind to those who are long. Read Article
A surging U.S. dollar kept stocks and bonds from moving much, as foreign currencies continue to fall in the face of bad news. Read Article
The index has hoisted a warning flag that needs to be replaced by a new high. Read Article
The headline jobs report disappointment clouded over some important silver linings; besides, investors got past it by day's end anyway. Read Article
Stocks have held up in the face of bad news and still do not look overbought. Read Article
Current geopolitical tensions are not the only reasons gold prices remain flat. Only companies with low operational costs can expect to grow. Read Article