The stock market’s wild flip flop Tuesday comes as some strategists see signs it is getting a bit overheated.

Stocks have accelerated into 2018 with a burst of investor enthusiasm, but how does the start of this year compare to past years? Mike Santoli takes a look.

With markets at historic highs and investor interest growing, some are wondering if there are enough shares to go around.

Mike Santoli takes a look at whether there is a lot more upside in stocks.

Bob Pisani takes a look at the market action during the first week of 2018.

Bob Pisani discusses the day’s market action.

Dominic Chu takes a look at which stocks helped propel the Dow to 25,000.

The economy could be signaling too much of a good thing for stocks.

As Congress moved the tax bill forward, investors pulled the highest amount out of equities funds in more than three years.

The Dow Jones industrial average just did something it has never done in its 121-year history.

U.S. equities closed higher, reversing earlier weakness following a terror incident near New York City’s Times Square.

The instinct to protect gains is opposed by hopes for typical year-end strength.

U.S. stocks opened sharply higher as investor sentiment was boosted the Senate narrowly passing a major tax bill over the weekend.

Bob Pisani reports on the stock market rally on the heels of tax reform optimism.

Stocks finished lower on Friday after a report that Michael Flynn was directed by Trump to talk to Russians sent investors on a wild ride.