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Zero-Covid? NATO's China Challenge, Quarter-End Volume, Yields, Trading Chevron

There was a time when Covid vaccine news was headline material. Not now, though, and this news could matter.

Baltic Powder Keg? Telltale Treasuries, Cringy Congress, Lost in Fed Translation

Despite Wednesday's hit, XLE remains the only sector SPDR ETF still up year to date (+34.8%).

A Big Potential Seller of the 4 Largest S&P 500 Stocks Sits in Switzerland

The Swiss National Bank owns big chunks of this quartet of mega-cap companies and could unload a bunch of its holdings as it fights inflation.

If You're Hunting for Dividends, Be Sure to Cross the Pond

Let's look at three high-yield dividend stocks to diversify your portfolio.

A Long, Potentially Pain-Filled Summer Lies Ahead

The impact of the war in Ukraine on food supplies and the effect of Fed rate hikes on the pace of the economy are big concerns moving forward.

Market Beatdown, Breadth, Russian Gas Flow, Fed's Board, Earnings, Stock Trades

Remember that this is a traders' market more than an investors' market. That's how it'll be until we have a change in trend and confirming follow through.

The Most Liquid and Least Talked About Futures Market in the World

These products offer traders the ability to speculate, or hedge interest-rate risk, in a relatively conservative and comfortable manner.

Chop and Indecision, Bulls and Bears, Ackman and Netflix, My Overnight Trades

Casual observers might not realize that real sea monsters live under the placid surface of the deep green oceans before us.

It Is Still Too Dangerous Out There -- Even if That Is Consensus

Four big dangers for this market are keeping me cautious right now.

When Europe Runs Tight on Energy, Several U.S. Companies Gasp

How would Russia's invasion of Ukraine impact the bottom-lines of companies like Starbucks or Marriott? Let's see how Europe's energy woes can have major implications for U.S. businesses.