The market's biggest problem lately has been its inability to gain much clarity about the coronavirus.
A U.S. dollar that is rising in value against most other currencies is creating a huge problem for a world inundated with dollar-priced debt.
Swiss chocolate-maker Lindt & Spruengli and these American candy kings offer something sweet for investors.
Markets appear stable. Do we trust it? Can we trust it? Of course not.
We need to restore confidence by preparing for the worst and recognizing the seriousness of Covid-19.
While it might be tempting to buy any dip, the coronavirus' quick spread, recent downgrades, softness in services and other factors should give pause.
Those employment numbers don't look so rosy after all -- and here's why Europe will feel the virus' effect before we do, and what's up with the Fed.
The market impact of the virus for U.S. investors has been seen in more pronounced fashion in Treasury markets.
But I still see one area of stocks that should outperform.
What happens if there is even one piece of negative information to interrupt Musk's -- literal -- victory dance?