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Metals traded lower Tuesday along with just about every other asset class due to the level of uncertainty following the Federal Reserve’s decision.
Russian action in Syria may be the geopolitical boost oil needs.
"And now deep thoughts by Jack Handey" -- Saturday Night Live I've been trading frenetically for weeks now. Although my approach has yielded some nice profits in a down and hard-to-navigate market, this approach is, in its extreme, unhealthy for mos...
U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as fears about global growth resurface a day after the Federal Reserve's decision to leave key interest rates unchanged.
Metals, energy stocks may offer best protection since they've already taken big hits.
Gold remains weak as it broke the key technical level of $1,180 due to a number of factors including a strong U.S. dollar and anticipation of the September FOMC meeting.
It has its best week in 4 months. But the next metal to follow is aluminum.
Markets appear to have significantly shifted from risk-off to risk-on.
Put premiums offer attractive income, right now, as long as you believe in the underlying name.
Copper futures surged; there are ways to play this.
Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) is yet another example why one shouldn't follow, in Pavlovian style, the big hedge fund managers without thinking through the thesis. The shares have gone from more than $12 apiece to back under $10 since Carl Icahn filed. Alw...
Kitco News -- As markets gear up for September, U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes said he expects to see a boost for gold in September.
Aeropostale (ARO) reported its eleventh consecutive quarterly loss.
Icahn scaled down and bought stock from others looking to get out of FCX without bidding up the price and tipping his hand.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and talked about the Federal Reserve, oil stocks, and Twitter (TWTR).
Indicators in the breadth of the market show that this selloff came right on time.
Energy stocks were the best performers on markets Tuesday as crude oil recouped part of the losses sustained over a four-day losing streak.
On top of that, anything related to commodities is sliding.