Small-Cap Stocks Continue to Lead as Bond Weakness Is Ignored

Speculative action in certain groups is keeping sentiment bullish despite limited moves in the major indices.

Will Rising Interest Rates Be the Convenient Excuse for a Market Correction?

Whether it is justified or not isn't the issue, if the idea takes hold we have little choice but to react.

Jim Cramer: So Easy to Scare People, So Hard to Set Them at Ease

I think stocks are due for a pause but it is because they run so much, not because of these stories.

Negative Market Storylines Are Gaining Traction

Worries about interest rates are unlikely to go away easily.

6 Top Tips for Income Investors in the Current Environment

From overweighting dividend stocks to avoiding high-yield bonds, this is how I'm playing things here.

Market Faceoff: Price Action Favors the Bulls, News Flow Favors the Bears

Big-picture bears are not convinced that the stock market is shifting.

What the 10-Year Treasury Auction Revealed

Auctions can provide important information about bond demand, yields and where things are headed.

Jim Cramer: It's a Mistake to Really Trust This Market

Remember February when the market fell apart for many of the things that are driving it now?

Watch the Yield Curve: 3 Main Takeaways From the Fed Decision

An inverted yield curve has preceded the last seven recessions.

What the Fed Decision Means for Stocks and Bonds and How I'm Playing It

Tricky crosswinds facing the central bank will have major implications on the markets.