What is it going to take to generate some real momentum if blow-out reports from major names can't do it?
The market is selling good news as worries over an extended correction mount.
Some of the stocks that are setting up to be winners are flying under the radar.
There is likely more headline risk to our front than to our rear.
Many people have the wrong impression about the relationship between interest rates and stocks, which could lead to trading mistakes.
The $1.5 billion of 10-1/2-year debt will reportedly pay 5.75% to 6% interest.
If rates rise and earnings stall, that will be a problem for equities.
There is no reason for the 10-Year Treasury yield to stop rising at 3%.
A bearishly biased out-of-the-money long put 'shooter' expiring in January.
It's better to accept the bad news rather than sit and hope that it changes.