Even day traders need to be aware of where things stand for the long term.
While expectations are high that the Fed will keep raising rates, there are plenty of reasons why it doesn't have to.
Italy isn't going to follow in the footsteps of the Brexit.
It is as if Tuesday never happened which is an indication of a very healthy market.
Volatility is back, and chaos has ensued, but the bull market party isn't over yet, says this market expert.
This market expert explains why Italy's sudden political crisis is weighing on markets Tuesday.
The pressure on the stock market this morning isn't Trump-induced, which makes the situation different.
Advisers say investors seeking safety and a yield greater than 3% could consider these two asset classes.
But tighter money may become a worry if the yield curve flattens further.
I like owning July calls in TLT, as the Fed will have a hard time hiking rates 3 more times this year.