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* In 2019 equities rose far faster and interest rates fell sharper than the consensus expected * 2020 could be a year of out-of-the-VIX thinking and mean reversion in valuations/stock prices as profits, politics, geopolitical events and other uncert...
Let's check out the charts for some guidance.
The outlook for Q1 is gloomy, with a triple threat of headwinds on the horizon.
It sure felt like that after listening to Citigroup's robust conference call this morning.
Market participants are smart enough to know by now that when one must venture across thin ice, one does not linger.
I see a lot of winners here because of hindsight.
These eight S&P 500 stocks have some of the worst returns year-to-date and represent a diverse roster of promising bounce candidates.
Trading floors are no different than the arenas that host gladiator games, in this case one that is most liquid survives.
Breaking down the winners and losers from the last three months.
Some of the recent money that just piled into equities in January has already headed for the exits.
Fear of the unknown keeps people on the sidelines, making for good deals for traders.
Perhaps this was simply the case of a wide stampede toward a small doorway.
PG&E shares slumped on Friday amid worries it may have helped cause the devastating wildfires in Northern California.
Forget the rate hike narrative you've heard -- utility stocks have been one of the strongest sectors in 2017, and these 4 stocks are ready to rally from here.
Fundamental analysis says these names could plunge in a downturn.
Looking at the charts, I like Edison International, National Grid and PG&E.
California policy makers and industry executives gathered in San Francisco to discuss ways to mitigate the current severe drought, including making new investments in technology.