Stocks Could Use a Rest, So Don't Be Surprised by Some Selling

It may not take much of an excuse for market players to book profits as momentum slows.

Pelosi's Hardball Gambit, Playing Small Ball, Promising Vaccine Outlook

Plus, there's talk of a possible combination of Advanced Micro Devices and Xilinx.

Maybe the Economy Isn't That Bad

Liquidity combined with a 'Climb the Wall of Worry' is a very powerful force that is likely to persist.

Pricing in the Election, Politics and Investment Success, S&P 500 Resistance

As an investor, you are mercenary in nature. Never forget that. Politics and investment success must be compartmentalized.

It's Not Just Hope for Stimulus That's Driving the Buying

Here's what's fueling the market's move upward.

Jim Cramer: Probe Into Big Tech 'Monopoly' Is Just a Political Game

Here's why the House Judiciary's investigation into Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet and Apple is not what it appears.

Shark Bites: A Cannabis Play That Doesn't Sell Cannabis

Sometimes the best way to play a theme is with the 'pick and shovel' method.

Treasury Yields, Jobs, Stimulus and the Markets

While a Biden win is likely fully priced in, control of the Senate is up in the air, and that makes a big difference.

The Buying Faucet Was Turned on Again

When the trend is in your favor ride it as long as you can.

I Don't See a Let Up in Sight for the Great Migration Going on in This Country

One thing a Democratic sweep would do is to continue or even accelerate the exodus out of high tax cities.