We're past the middle of the peak of winter and even assuming this cold weather spell, inventories should close the season very comfortably.
I refer to this current run as a seasonal reaction to a tradeable bottom. Because the medium-term future is more than uncertain.
Make no mistake, the S&P 500 is currently strong from a technical perspective. That said, there is traffic ahead.
Even a small win for the Democrats could be reason to buy.
It's a dauting task to manage these markets, which have some similarities to those during Great Financial Crisis, but here's what to do.
The Fed's insistence on raising interest rates fast and furiously and energy troubles in Europe will combine to put immense pressure on the global economy.
The oil market is not only about supply but it is also about demand.
Between the war in Ukraine and U.S. and China tensions, this may be a great time to invest in defense stocks and ETFs.
How the Fed's Powell reacts to questions in the press conference becomes just as important if not more so than the policy decision itself.
As we worry about rate hikes from the Fed, the lights are flickering in Europe. Here are the tough questions investors need to consider now.