Market indices are close enough to their apex where profits can be taken and cash be raised intelligently.
For Trump to get what he wants, he will tariff nations and cause an economic shock just to get the Fed to further cut rates.
The central bank's easy money fueled the past decade's gains on Wall Street, but the good times are coming to an end.
Investors panicked on Wednesday and sold stocks following Fed Chairman Jay Powell's seemingly hawkish remarks, but emotionless computer algorithms are driving prices right back up.
Taco Bell's parent company is rallying on good earnings, but the stock's technicals are a little too tough for me to swallow.
Wednesday's selloff wasn't deep enough to change my near-term outlook.
Jerome Powell's mid-course correction discussion was gobbledegook, and this market is no longer strong enough to absorb it.
From auto parts to car auctions and online sales, these stocks could put more pep in your portfolio.
The issue now is whether this selling is going to gain some traction.
Sometimes you need to be a little aggressive to get the names that appeal to you.