Puru Saxena's picture

According to our methodology, the primary uptrend on Wall Street is still intact; however, we are starting to observe some troubling signs which suggest that we may be in the final innings of this bull market.

Urban Carmel's picture

There's a tradable set up in gold. Sentiment, seasonality and the price pattern (especially the 2% intraday reversal on Friday) are all favorable. Importantly, there is a clear stop if price fails to rally. An even better set up...

Patrick O'Hare's picture

You might have heard that the Federal Reserve is thinking about raising the fed funds rate before the end of the year. The Treasury market certainly has and you can see as much at the front of the yield curve. What's happening at the back end of the yield curve, though, is raising a number of questions...

Tim Iacono's picture

After Wednesday’s five-year high in existing home sales and fresh record high in median sales price, here’s a quick look at where home values are rising the quickest and where bidding wars are common via this WSJ...

Marc Chandler's picture

China has amassed one of the largest pools of capital. It was in the form of central bank reserves. At its peak, it was around $4 trillion. The composition of these reserves is a closely guarded secret. However...

Oil Price's picture

The promise of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind is that they’re increasingly cheaper, cleaner and easier to harvest. But they’re also fickle, so that a period of cloudy skies or calm winds can greatly reduce...

Sheraz Mian's picture

Earnings remain front and center on the busiest day of the Q2 reporting session thus far, with more than 50 S&P 500 index members reporting results. A few positive reports notwithstanding, the overall tone coming out of...

Doug Short's picture

This morning's release of the June Existing-Home Sales shows the highest sales in eight years to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.49 million units from a slight downward revision of 5.32 million in May...

Global Risk Insights's picture

Economists and the Federal Reserve officials are increasingly resolute that interest rates will rise in 2015, but markets are expecting rates to rise slightly later than they did last quarter. Conflicting portraits of the...

Michael Shedlock's picture

In spite of the fact that Uber is the most banned company in the world, it thrives for one simple reason: People like it, especially business travelers and millennials, even if politicians don't. For the first time ever...

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