The bigger unknown right now is the situation in Ukraine.
Some of the most ferocious rallies seem to occur during bear markets. Was this just one more bear market rally?
Let's tackle several questions about how the invasion of Ukraine adds to uncertainty over rising energy costs here and in Europe, increasing inflation, recession risks and more.
Rising food prices could be a bigger story, from a negative perspective, than energy issues.
Where a human trader might see a war in Europe that could expand and hurt sentiment, algos don't experience sentiment.
The credit market is on weak footing so far in 2022. Here's my take what's driving the selling and why not all selloffs are the same, why there's no panic and how to find an entry point.
It's happening again. This time it's the Fed's fault. With an assist from the other central banks in the developed world.
An astute trader considers a wide range of possible outcomes and is ready to move as conditions shift.
I'm not predicting a 33% correction in stocks, although the Tech Titans could easily see such a move if the Fed panics.
Guess what a cup of crab bisque goes for these days. Plus, an update on my 'silver linings inflation playbook.'