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Gold prices extended their month-long rally heading into the Fourth of July weekend.
Global markets were sent into a tailspin Friday following the U.K.'s decision to exit the European Union.
Chesapeake Energy and Freeport-McMoRan are both members of Real Money's Stressed Out watch list and each have been showing signs of recovery after a difficult 2015 in recent months.
Mounting sentiment that the United Kingdom will remain part of the European Union helped buoy stocks Monday.
Watch copper closely, as it could help us navigate summer choppiness in the markets.
Day traders used to anxiously await FOMC announcements. Not anymore.
And traders should stay short, as the charts say the recent slide will resume very soon.
Shares of Freeport-McMoRan, a member of Real Money's 'Stressed Out' watch list, climbed higher on Wednesday as prices of copper increased more than two percent to nearly $209 a pound.
U.S. markets are trading up slightly on news Fed Chair Janet Yellen will keep rates steady.
Especially if the yen weakness continues and Brexit support polls remain close.
But watch that rig count, it's what stands between $50 and $60.
The 28% rise of London Metal Exchange copper inventories is indicative of slowing Chinese demand.
By midday markets came off early morning lows as investors digested earnings and deal news.
The long-term look for gold and silver still looks good.
The response to Freeport-McMoRan's run has taken me by surprise.
Alright, alright, alright! Let's get rocking and rolling this Monday morning! Doug Kass is out for the day, and that has us sitting. We're Lenore Elle Hawkins and Chris Versace, co-managers of TheStreet's Growth Seeker portfolio and co-authors of th...
Despite increased volume and volatility, Thursday was anything but easy to navigate.
The ugliest price action was unquestionably found in retail land.
On the other side of the coin, health care and biotech come out ahead.
Pricing power is eroding and saturation appears to be causing consumer fatigue.
There are causes for concern, but a selloff down to $1,250 should be a buying opportunity.
Mo' Apple (AAPL). Apple, are you Sirius (SIRI)? Food for thought from a leading economic voice, Larry Lindsey. Makes me want to buy gold on weakness! Staying short Tesla (TSLA) and bearish on Elon "P.T. Barnum" Musk. Thanks for the big response ...
It is one of those instances where the daily chart and the weekly chart don't appear to agree going forward.
Investors are going to rotate back into safety stocks if the April jobs number disappoints on Friday, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
We recommended raising stops to a close below $11.00.
Watching Exxon Mobil for short-selling opportunities.