We know there are quick and often violent reactions to the Fed's pronouncements, so be prepared, even that means sitting on your hands.
The U.S. Department of Health has announced that it favors reclassifying marijuana, but traders would do well not to be sucked in by the recent surge in cannabis names.
Traders would do well to take a wait-and-see approach to the market ahead of the Fed's next meeting.
It appears business financing concerns are getting priced into small-cap stocks, as seen in the struggles of the iShares Russell 2000 ETF.
As Apple tries to find a bottom, Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, a major shareholder, traded at record highs both on Tuesday and Wednesday.
This pick reflects my bearish top-down view of the marketplace.
The SPDR Select Sector Financial ETF has managed to avoid the same cascade as the iShares Russell 2000 ETF, but it isn't a picture of health, either.
One fund is in worse technical shape than the other, though both are dealing with support issues.
The stock has recently produced a bullish golden cross buy signal.
Let's check out the charts of the KRE, a barometer/thermometer of the regional banking industry.
Plus, buckle up for what is likely to be a volatile September, and Taylor Swift soon could appear in a movie theater near you.
One looks primed for a possible squeeze while the other is on the brink of a breakout.
Why are the healthcare and utilities ETFs not going up now? Let's take a deep dive.
Much of the cryptocurrency moves - up and down - have been driven by emotion.
There is no reason to rush to put significant capital to work, but good opportunities should continue to develop if the job market is cooling off
The fund's technical setup is flashing bullish.
Plus, Boeing stubs its quality-control toe again and a lament about why the Treasury borrows so much money short term.
What started as a celebration after Nvidia's earnings release Wednesday evening ended in burst party balloons by the close of trading Thursday.
And this trader is betting against the retail sector -- including against Walmart specifically -- via options plays.
From a technical viewpoint, the iShares Russell 2000 ETF isn't in the same league as its two bigger index ETF brethren.
This small-cap ETF has declined enough where a breakout could be worthy of consideration.
Plus, the United Auto Workers apply pressure on the legacy automakers with the union's big wage demands in their contract talks.
Let's get the consumer and producer price numbers in our hands, watch how traders react, then decide on our next move.
Traders and investors should take appropriation action.
You'd be correct to say it is very conservatively positioned based on the belief that stocks could be in for a big tumble.
Traders must be vigilant as the Invesco QQQ Trust has dipped below a key moving average.
The market is at an important juncture as pressure on interest rates builds and the positive impact of earnings comes to an end.
The combination of the conclusion of major earnings reports and the start of negative seasonality was a great setup for a market reversal.
Here's my overall strategy right now and how I'm playing Uber.
It might be wise for index bulls to take some profits after the runs in these funds, but nothing here screams to fight the trend and short them.