The Dow rallied to close the day in the green after falling as much as 200 points in the session.

Gold, Gundlach and the Greenback: Is Now the Yellow Metal's Time to Shine?

You can't just jump into gold based on old beliefs.

Gold and Bitcoin Likely to Suffer at the Hands of a Stronger Dollar

Look for the 'quasi-currencies' to become more positively correlated.

Bitcoin Is Trading Below $7,000, But I Want It to Fall Even More

I won't be bullish until it hits $5,000.

How GM Could Benefit From Trade Disputes

The U.S. deal with South Korea on steel tariffs makes things intriguing.

Gold Hangs on to Strength as China Challenges the U.S. Dollar: Market Recon

Precious metals ran up last week as stocks faltered, but kept their gains Monday even as equities rebounded.

Women on Wall St: Meet the First Woman To Be President of an Exchange

For Women's History Month, Alpha Rising is showcasing the women that have conquered Wall St. Today, meet Rosemary McFadden, the first woman to be president of a stock or futures exchange.

Odds of an Upside Oil Breakout Are Slim

Oil chart and market composition are negative in spite of seasonal positives.

Investing in Cryptocurrencies: The Fed Is Likely to Unveil a Digital Currency

The Federal Reserve will eventually enter the digital currency space, according to top experts from TheStreet's exclusive webcast "Investing in Cryptocurrencies."

Investing in Cryptocurrencies: It's Too Early to Call Bitcoin an Asset Class

Cryptocurrencies aren't an asset class just yet, according to one expert.