Vince Foster: Inflation Risk Is Back, and Investors Need to Prepare for a Bumpy Ride
With the Fed continuing to reduce stimulus, markets had been anticipating an eventual exit and thus lowering inflation risk premiums. After the Fed's press conference last week, that all changed.
Jason Haver: Long Bond Captures Target; S&P Approaches Its Next Targets
The bond-target capture leaves that playing field open; meanwhile equities are approaching their next targets.
Trading Radar: Will Next Week's Inflation Report Bring the 'Noise'?
Economics, earnings reports, and market events for the week ahead.
Are Utilities Warning of a Correction Ahead?
The bull market is alive and well. Too bad it's the bull market in utilities.
Iraq Strife Puts Tension on the Tape
Today's financial recap and tomorrow's financial outlook.
Does Cantor's Defeat Signal More Dysfunction to Come? There's an Asset Class for That
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was voted out of office on Tuesday, leading many to believe more political crises are on the horizon.
Jeff Saut: S&P 500, VIX Suggest Investors Have Become Too Complacent
Extreme levels of the S&P 500's P/E to VIX ratio have coincided with market bottoms and tops.
Stock Market 'Wall of Worry' Dropping Faster Than Barometric Pressure Before a Hurricane
It seems the summer stock market doldrums have come early, although investor complacency is now a common concern.
Jeff Saut: Stock Market Appears To Be in Final Upside Blow-Off
At times like this I remember Bob Farrell's belief that "frustrating the majority is the market's primary goal."