The meat of earnings season starts Tuesday, and we will find out soon enough.
Let's check the charts of gold, silver and copper and see how these commodities could pan out.
A weaker dollar is likely to put a bid under oil prices.
CEO speak will be as important as anything the Fed Heads say this week or anything that spills out of the clown car in Davos.
Disney is not the first well-known firm to be taken on by Peltz and Trian.
The market has consistently overestimated how willing the Fed is to shift to a more accommodative stance.
The charts here are neutral now, but any large dips will likely be fantastic long-run setups for the bulls.
The technical signs are mixed but are showing some recent improvement.
It's rare to see a speculative position in gold that's anything other than largely bullish, and liquidation events have generally been stepping stones for fresh rallies.
The business relationship between the U.S. and China is changed forever. That removes many of the margin-increasing benefits of globalism from the corporate profit proposition.
Over the past 12 months, the boom and bust tendency for wheat, oil and gas was put on full display, but will 2023 go back to the fundamentals?
Here are two 'paper trades' I've put together to learn about how commodities work and to get the swing of trading them -- safely.
The ability to adapt is the single most important character trait present in those who do well in difficult spots.
Lumber prices appear poised for an upside recovery.
The Fed should have used a scalpel in executing recent policy adjustments. It chose to use a sledgehammer.
Speculators have been slowly liquidating their long positions to the smallest seen in at least five years.
If the CPI number prints a bit frosty, there will be and should be some questions.
For both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite, in aggregate, Monday was the slowest trading day since August.
Thanksgiving holidays are known for oil market collapses.
I've seen the holidays wreak havoc on unsuspecting bears -- don't be an open target this time.
The big kids have been far more active in rallies. Selloffs have more than likely been composed more of traders taking profits, while those big kids have sat on their hands.
I wonder if The Oracle considered WFG before buying into LPX?
Fed Vice Chair Lael Brainard did not sound quite as dovish as her comments were made out to be Monday. That said, Brainard certainly did not sound hawkish.
The S&P 500 has posted a positive return for the 12-month period after a midterm election 19 consecutive times. That's a pretty nice batting average.
Here are the key price levels on copper futures and FCX to watch.
What have I learned after all these years of following commodity markets? High prices bring supply. Let's dig into what that means for investors.
Just months ago, we heard cries about Europe running out of gas amid a harsh winter. Now, with gas prices down at least 50%, what will happen with fuel-oil switching?
Here's what this could mean.
The U.S. has drawn a line in the sand on oil prices. This seems to be a critical error.
Whether you are speculating in currencies or commodities, or are a long-term investor in stocks and bonds, you are indirectly trading the U.S. dollar.