The Chinese want to buy more soybeans. The U.S. wants real change. Sounds like there's not a lot of common ground.
This combination of macro uncertainty combined with a market under technical pressure is going to make it very tough for the bulls to make progress.
With low price-to-earnings multiples, these stocks could be buys right now -- depending on your take on recession.
These guys are going to make a lot of money by moving to this route.
Trading range action will be a helpful first step for this stock market.
As these three big discount brokers move to commission-free trading on certain products, how will they make a profit? And are they now a buy?
Thinking of the market as going through a rolling correction with various sectors experiencing bear markets at different times gives the action a different character than if you think of it as a single entity.
Investors are culling the stocks that are worth owning and shedding those that aren't, and Starbucks is a prime example.
The structure of your portfolio can change dramatically when you are managing through a recession. How to view the current economic picture and how it will affect the markets.
The big problem for the bulls Tuesday is that there isn't any tweet on China trade to bail them out.