As investors look to the Fed chairman for direction, the immediate one is upward price momentum.
Technical action in the popular ETF and rampant bearish sentiment suggest that a buying opportunity could be set up in coming weeks.
Every high-flying market is bound to find patches of rough air, and the charts show a potential decline is in store. However, several plays should defy these trends.
With the eurozone crisis threatening to pull down the US economy, some members of the Federal Reserve are discussing another round of quantitative easing.
Time is running out for a solid rally. Be careful, and watch these key indicators over the next few weeks to see where the wind is blowing.
It's hard not to be frustrated by volatility, but certain sectors could still be excellent buys.
If the market keeps rising, it could push nervous portfolio managers back into stocks...but you don’t need to wait to make sensible buys into these specific assets.
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As the market wades through what many people hope is a sixth bull year, some have grown nervous about how long the run can go.
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