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Nick Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex explains what’s going on in the markets – and what concerns him the most.
Has the retail investor’s faith in the stock market been restored? If the individual investor is getting back in, will the bull market get a second wind?
The S&P 500 closed at an all-time high, its 50th record close in the past year. What’s driving it and which sectors should you invest in for the long haul?
The senior economist at PNC offers his economic insight in this NBR interview.
Investors kicked off the week in a buying mood, Patricia Edwards, managing director of investments at U.S. Bank Wealth Management offers her analysis.
Tonight’s Market Monitor says he’s sticking with high quality, large cap names in this volatile stock market.
Stocks have their best four day streak in almost two years as the new Fed chair puts investors in a buying mood. Blackrock’s Koesterich offers his insight on Ms. Yellen.
If you’re looking to invest in companies with big growth potential, our Market Monitor has a list of stocks that are relatively young and newly public.
The U.S. economy`s performance so far is uneven says Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee.
Veteran money manager, Mike Holland, tells us how he thinks this pullback compares to others in history.
Our expert panel of a market strategist, an economist and a fixed income expert tell us what they think is behind this sell off.
On income inequality, this pro says, “One of the reasons a lot of people don`t have rising incomes is there are too many people looking for a job willing to take a job at almost any compensation level.”
This money pro explains why he’s sticking with Apple.
What’s behind the global sell-off and is this the start of something bigger?
The Dow falls to a five week low after disappointing earnings and weak data out of China. Is this the start of the correction many have been calling for?