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Why Rising Interest Rates Won't Break the Bull's Run

The yield on the 10-year Treasury note closed at a nine-month high Wednesday, and rising interest rates usually mean bad things for economic growth and stock prices. But until the benchmark hits 5%, explains market guru Jeffrey Kleintop, rising rates mean the good times for stock will continue.

Steelers-Packers Super Bowl Is a Good Omen for Stocks

After the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers meet Sunday in Super Bowl XLV, only one team will hoist the Lombardy Trophy. But the so-called "Super Bowl indicator" says this year's match-up forecasts a bull market no matter which team wins.

Gold, Stocks and the Dollar: The Rise and Fall of a Correlation

For the past two years, the relationship between the dollar, stocks and gold was strong. When the dollar dropped, stocks and gold rose, and vice versa, nearly all the time. But since New Year's Day, that link has completely vanished, which is terrible news for the gold bugs.