Many small-caps, growth names and biotechnology stocks have found good support and are developing tentative uptrends.
This might be surprising to hear, but the complex tends to move higher as the Fed is raising rates.
When the Fed is tightening, they are like a car trying to back into a parking spot without a rear-view mirror. They only know to stop when they hit the curb.
Plus, in a tough market the semiconductor sector takes a particularly hard whack to the head.
Plus, a look at rising mortgage rates and why SoFi Technologies is a stock for which I continue to hold out hope.
Every year you see investment publications pushing fixed-income products. Here's the risk with those.
I am extremely nervous about any asset that has benefited from TINA or FOMO.
The central bank dropped a hawkish bomb in the press release that I don't think many were expecting. Here are my thoughts on what was said and what comes next.
Was this a good report or a bad one?
There are other reasons that contributed to Friday's selloff that still need to be resolved.