3 Reasons Europe’s Crisis is Worsening

News Flash: The financial problems in Europe are not contained regionally, nor are they contained globally. This is not a scare tactic as Paul Krugman-types say More 

Are You as Diversified as You Think?

The markets have rebounded since the 2008 but their have been some major changes to risk asset correlation measures that investors must understand More 

The U.S. Dollar is Contrarianism Defined

The U.S. dollar had a record amount of bears in September and October. So why were we bullish on the dollar? Wall Street missed a high probability trade. More 

European Financials: Look, Don’t Touch

Despite the sector's strong run lately, the eurozone is still a mess. No need to rush in yet -- wait for the next shoe to drop before buying. More 

Do Earnings Really Tell Which Way the Market is Headed?

During earnings season, the focus is on earnings and company guidance. But analyzing more relevant factors provides a better guide to what really moves stocks More 

The Global Currency Trade Is Heating Up

Bond, stocks and gold are all tracking the dollar-euro relationship. What does this mean for the financial market outlook? More 

We’re All Euro Traders Now

Since late July, almost all major asset classes have moved in lockstep in response to cues from the euro. What does this tell us about the outlook for stocks? More