Let's look at the overbought condition, bonds, and the dollar vs. the yen.
We haven't witnessed volatility this low in more than a year: Should we follow the old adage of never shorting a dull market -- or should we be suspicious?
Growing credit crunch concerns are revealing a lot of about the direction of the economy.
Analysts are often reluctant to update forecasts, or just don't bother to update them, so they have a built-in 'lag' effect.
Here's what I expect for interest rates, credit and equities going forward.
In perhaps the most overt signal of a coming economic contraction, the Treasury yield curve continues to warp.
After the latest positive move in equities, I have reassessed my view.
This will determine where stocks are by the end of the week.
The key right now is to be aware of your time frames and be ready for volatility as more news flow drives the action.
SCHW sinks nearly 11% on Monday alone, but several experts agree: It's no Silicon Valley Bank.