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Stocks Grow More Dangerous by the Day

Breadth is weakening as the market becomes more and more overbought. More 

No Sales, No Profits, No Bull: When Valuations And Central Banks Collide

Total business sales have fallen 5% from their July 2014 peak of $1.365 billion. Here's why the erosion of sales is a cause for future concern. More 

The Federal Reserve’s Path: Four Hikes, Two Hikes, Zero Hikes, QE4

Three months ago, the Federal Reserve anticipated raising overnight lending rates four times in 2016. Now they are projecting just two hikes. So which is it? More 

If Investors Get More Stimulus, Will They Take More Risk?

The U.S. economy continues to show signs of frailty, with little sign of a change for the future. Here are the charts you need to see today... More 

Stocks Squeak By as U.S. Dollar, Oil Drop Lower

Stocks ended Thursday higher despite the erratic behavior in oil, as the Dow gained 0.5%, the S&P 0.2%, the Nasdaq 0.1% and the Russell 2000 0.4%. More 

Stocks Rebound on Crude Oil Strength, Dollar Weakness

Moving forward, unless OPEC and non-OPEC producers can actually hammer out a deal, the crude oil oversupply situation is reaching critical levels. More 

Why Good and Bad News Don’t Help Stocks Anymore

Since the Great Recession the Fed has consistently backed efforts to keep the markets higher. What will happen now with rates moving up? More