Jason Weisberg

After Egypt, the Rally Could Keep Rolling

The market heads into a busy week of economic reports and the end of fourth-quarter earnings season primed for yet more gains. After all, if traders could sustain the rally through 18 days of Egyptian turmoil, a return to keying on fundamentals bodes well for the bulls. [Video]

Another Week of Robust Corporate Earnings?

Apple, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, IBM, GE, Goldman Sachs and Google are just a sampling of names releasing results this week. And if last week's numbers are any guide, the market should have plenty of reasons to rally -- especially because expectations aren't all that great.

The Market's Next Likely Catalyst: Holiday Sales

Beyond the next series of economic indicators, what really matters now is a strong holiday selling season. If it materializes, that could pole-vault the market to new highs, making 12,000 on the Dow by year-end well within reach.

What Will Break the Market's Malaise?

If it feels like stocks haven't gone anywhere in months, well, that's because they haven't. Traders at the New York Stock Exchange say there's good reason for the later summer doldrums.

Why the Markets Won't Be Going Anywhere Fast

The months-long pattern of sleepy, range-bound trading is likely here to stay -- at least until the midterm elections, says Jason Weisberg, a trader and senior vice president with Seaport Securities Corp.