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Not Another Manic Monday, Bond Bidding, Coinbase Excitement, Semiconductor Wars

If you're looking for the meme traders, we found them. They're trading cryptocurrencies ahead of the Coinbase direct listing.

A Big Picture Look at Tech Stocks and Treasuries

Trends spanning over several months can be thwarted by a trend that spans over years.

Boom -- We'll Get One, but How Big Will It Be?

Let's see what could turn a 'boom' into a 'pop.'

Where Are the Sell Signals?

Four new closing highs achieved as technical sell signals are absent.

Market Checkup: What the Latest Charts and Data Are Saying

The S&P 500's valuation continues to be extended.

Market Deep Thinkers, Powell's Soothing Tone, Inflation Lurks, Checking Nvidia

An interesting cast of characters share their thoughts on the current market condition and how to act from here.

Highlights From the March FOMC Minutes

I expect that stronger economic data will actually cause the market to assume more rate hikes down the road.

A Pause That Refreshes?

It would not be unusual to see a consolidation of recent market gains before the current uptrend resumes.

What Is Consensus?

This is a perfect time to make sure you haven't strayed too far into the mainstream, which has been the wrong trade for well over a year.

A Plea to Meet in the Middle, Jobs Pick Up, Yield Curve Concerns, Debt Downer

Plus, a look at the technical setup of KLA Corp.

March Jobs Report: What Stock and Bond Investors Need to Know

On Friday alone markets added half a rate hike to 2023.

The Nasdaq's Trend Has Shifted

Only one major index now remains in a downtrend.

Are Bonds a Bargain Buy?

Let's look at the bull case for fixed income -- and why I'm still betting that rates keep rising.

Chart Trends and Data Offer a Mix of Differing Implications

Valuation still appears extended.

End of Quarter, Stimulus Package, Treasuries, Gold, Trading Apple, Nvidia

Word is that Biden will introduce the first part of two spending plans that will likely cost anywhere from $2 trillion to $2.5 trillion over eight years.

Deceptive Monday, Archegos Fallout, 'Impending Doom,' Trading Kratos Defense

The main story unfolded along with the passing hours on Monday, and continues. The ending of this tale perhaps remains far from untold.

What's Next for This Bifurcated Market?

There has been notably split performance among the major stock indices.

Here's How the Market Looks After Thursday's Bounce

Valuation still appears extended.

Mixed Chart Trends, Tepid Breadth and Neutral Data Add Up To?

Treasury yields have dipped but remain in a short-term uptrend.

Market Moves, Nasdaq, Be Amphibious, FedCoin, Powell & Yellen, Trading Best Buy

Ever think you would see the day when all cash was digital so the federal government could place a negative interest rate (tax) on savings? I can see this coming from a mile away.

Jim Cramer: The Stimmy Crowd, Cathie Wood, and Elon Musk

In the end we have a battle not about inflation but about the size of the new cohort that's doing the stimulus check buying.

6 Reasons Why I Can't Be Bullish Right Now

Believe me, I'm trying, but I just can't get there yet.

Taking the Pulse of the Market

Here's what the latest charts and data tell us about where we are headed.

The Week Ahead: Bond Yields, Personal Spending, GameStop Earnings and More

We are nearing the home stretch for the first quarter, so here's what's on tap.

Inconsistent Market Action Plays Havoc With Traders

Two things are making it complicated for stock-pickers.

The FOMC Is Oblivious to Actual Facts

The removal of the SLR exemption is seen as contractionary.

If the Dollar Has Bottomed, It Will Push Oil and Interest Rates Lower

Here's a hypothetical trading idea.

Oops, Did the Fed's Powell Say Something Wrong at the March FOMC?

The Fed is stuck between a rock and a hard place, and at some point this liquidity train will have to stop.

The Bond Market Never Forgives

Focus on the trends in the bond market, and realize that, in the short term anyway, prices are much more important than yields.

Hall of Mirrors, Connecting the Fed Dots, National Debt Q&A, Amazon Disrupts

As a very wise man once said: 'I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.'