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Rising energy costs may inflame inflationary pressures, forcing up interest rates by more than equity bulls hope.
The one thing you won't hear Fed Chair Jerome Powell discuss on Wednesday is the money supply, which is falling at a precipitous rate.
Now that seemingly everyone is bullish on the outlook for the economy and the stock market, a renewed wage-price spiral should be added to the worry list.
Morgan Stanley strategist Andrew Sheets finds many strange things happening, not just in the stock market but also in debt.
Even this longtime bull is worried about cracks in the tech-stock rally. Here’s how Tom Lee expects the market to shake out.
Latest bout of selling is "healthy" says Tom Lee, but any pullback will be shallow
Speculative stocks have soared this year, and this is a list of the most lottery-like among them.
Why has the dollar dropped after Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen left Beijing? Here are two competing theories, and what they mean for markets.
Our call of the day from Jeffrey Kleintop, chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab & Co. says investors need to be aware
The ‘S&P 500 is hot, the Nasdaq is even hotter,’ says strategist. How traders are bracing for a pullback.
Our call of the day says investors need to get ready for a market pullback, but that may open to an even bigger march higher.
Can the market keep rallying without more support from the $11 trillion Magnificent Seven? And what should investors do about it?
Autos are at the core of three major themes for this year, says Morgan Stanley. Within that, some Chinese EVs are about to eat everyone else's lunch.
‘Like a drunk stumbling across the highway.’ How one fund is preparing for market turmoil even as stocks have surged.
After a sensational 2022 when the world turned upside down -- the SG CTA index returned 20.1% last year -- this year that index is flat. One manager explains his strategy.
Billionaire investor Howard Marks shared some investment wisdom with clients, including what he calls the "cardinal sin" of investing and how to avoid it.
It’s time to pause on U.S. stocks, say Citigroup strategists. They say invest in these places instead.
Citigroup has gone lukewarm on U.S. stocks, saying risks of a recession are not going away and megacap growth stocks could be in for a pullback.
The link between bond and equity prices has suddenly tightened so the jobs data on Friday may hold the key for markets at the end of the week.
A generational wealth period awaits for investors ready to buy this neglected sector, says strategist
Natural resources are ignored and forgotten, but their time has come says Tavi Costa of Crescast Capital.
This value investor lunched with Warren Buffett and cornered Bill Gates. Here’s his take on AI, Nvidia and Microsoft.
One value investor struggles to understand Nvidia's valuation as he thinks about the winners from AI.
Our call of the day, from a team at Goldman Sachs led by chief U.S. equity strategist David Kostin has some fresh ideas on how to find big market outperformers.
It's time to look ahead to a new quarter and final half of the year. Piper Sandler offers some stock ideas to sell and buy.
Apple's rise to a $3 trillion market cap and beyond can lift the market in the short term, but BCA Research fears it faces big economic and valuation headwinds
Neil Dutta, head of economics at Renaissance Macro Research, fired off a note saying "the statute of limitations has now kicked in. There are several reasons to be upbeat on the U.S. economy. "
Our call of the day says a battle of the bears and bulls is shaping up this summer. Here is how they say investors can hedge their
Deutsche Bank's chief U.S. equity and global strategist, Binky Chadha, topped forecasts heading into 2023 with a 4,500 prediction. He spoke to MarketWatch about what's next.
The British stock market has turned into a wasteland as pension funds recoil. Why U.S. funds may pull back, too.
Flows from the U.S. defined benefit pension system into equities may dry up, says a JPMorgan strategist.