Let's look closer at the charts and indicators.
Even if Maduro steps down or is forced out, it will take years to rebuild the country's oil industry.
AMSC CEO discusses that and China challenges.
The long-term demand bolstered by secular shifts in technology are keeping many onboard the ship for semiconductors in the long term.
2 Hong Kong housing market fiascos demonstrate how sentiment has declined.
The markets will continue to be volatile as global economic data shows bearish signs into the start of the new year.
But there is a lot of oil in the market, so if the market does undergo a recession or a slowdown, oil prices can, and will, trade lower.
Apple suppliers' shares are approaching a 30% slide since the start of 2018.
Experts suggest ways to put your portfolio into high gear with EV investments.
All eyes are on the Fed now, and all Powell needs to do is stick with the 'gradual rate hikes' story.
It is Chinese car manufacturers, not U.S. ones, that are suffering the most with Chinese sales.
ARCE has been trading between $20.50 and $24.50 since its IPO.
All the lonely people can't lift Alibaba.
It takes more than just a day's bounce to call it a trend.
The biggest risk right now is the yuan level versus the dollar.
The market is giving no clue as to which way it is headed, so stick to fundamentals.
Data has been decent, but is showing signs of softness as the demand collapse in the rest of the world feeds into U.S. data.
I have geared my Transports allocation toward the rails this year.
The Chinese central bank is moving to boost asset prices and offset trade war and slowdown fears.
Turkey contagion, Italy contagion -- the bears have moved on, but the lesson is the same. Don't take bear talk as gospel.
As the market plays wait and see, the Chinese infrastructure boost is kicking in, making copper a good bet.
Oil markets are fine on the supply side, but demand will be a problem into the next quarter.
The perception of commodities being linked to the Chinese economic cycle made them victims during the harsh selloff.
Watch the trade war with China and the rising U.S. dollar to figure it out.
From beaten-down currencies to U.S. Treasurys, it's always valuable to assess the prospects of various asset classes.
If emerging markets collapse, they will take the U.S. down with them.
The competition heats up for the coveted Asia market.
Trade war fears stoke speculation, but are not breaking confidence in the beauty conglomerate.
A big question is whether the Fed will follow a U.S.-centric interest rate path or will consider current turmoil in emerging markets.
Rather than an outright short on commodities, consider a spread bet between long energy and short base metals.