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It's Still a Stock Picker's Market, But the Fed Could Shake Things Up

It continues to be a good environment for aggressive trading, but we'll need to watch to see if worries about inflation start to have an impact.

How the 10-Year Treasury Yield Slip Tripped Up Investors (Like Me)

When a trade veers from what you expect, it's crucial to find out whether you have a bad thesis or it just hasn't played out yet. Here's my take.

Tradeweb Markets Could Pullback Before Longer-Term Gains

Let's review the charts and indicators.

Kass: I Have a Question, Are You Experienced?

I remain manifestly bearish on both stocks (value, growth and meme), bonds, Bitcoin and NFTs.

It's Mixed Action But There's Still Interest in Stock Picking

The biggest negative is that bonds are weak as inflationary fears are bubbling up again.

Dissipating Fear, Too Much Cash, Elizabeth Warren, Software for Sale, Nvidia

The banks are parking large amounts of dough at the Fed every night. Last Friday's number was the highest single day total since 2017.

The Hawk Is Starting to Circle, so Why Isn't the Market Scurrying?

We can see a hawkish shift in recent weeks, and here's how I see this playing out as talk of quantitative easing tapering picks up.

There's Nothing 'Cryptic' About Good Investing

Let me tell you the most important rule about where to keep 100% of your long-term capital.

Mark This Day in Market History ... for What Didn't Happen

You could sum up Tuesday -- before the close -- as flat. Let's look at what could stir up more volatility.

MarketAxess Charts Present a Mixed Bag

There are bearish and bullish technical signals from the shares of the fixed-income trading platform.