The Treasury has said it will cut debt sales, which gives the Fed a chance to taper its easing program says Ben Willis of Albert Fried.
Stocks are stalling even as many companies like Apple and Ford deliver strong earnings results.
Commodity flows out of gold found a home in oil allowing energy companies like Schlumberger to benefit from higher oil prices.
Early losses are narrowing as the selling of Microsoft and Google subside. Alan Valdes of DME Securities says its just profit taking.
July is traditionally a bad month for stocks says Greywolf Technician Mark Newton. He suggests taking profits in rallies.
Stocks are moving higher after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke assured markets they won't have to stand on their own.
Upbeat payroll and jobless claims data help pare stocks' early losses. Jeanne Yurman talks to Jonathan Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners.
Cuttone's Keith Bliss says that this increased volatility has made it a traders market.
Positive housing data helped fuel a relief rally in stocks, but Mark Newton of Greywolf is not convinced and remains bearish on housing.
The markets are still waiting for news from the Fed this afternoon. TheStreet's Joya Dass speaks with Virtu Financial's Matthew Cheslock.