Gains among U.S. stocks are broad enough to make it “very difficult to turn negative,” according to J.C. O’Hara, chief market technician at MKM Partners LLC. O’Hara cited an indicator that tracks the daily gap between the number of rising and falling shares in the S&P 500 Index.…
U.S. financial stocks lost “a strong tailwind” from rising interest rates, according to David Kastner, a senior investment strategist at the Schwab Cen…
Investors in 16 exchange-traded funds are about to find out what happens when the Federal Reserve goes against them. All the ETFs invest in corporate b…
This month’s overhaul of the Russell 2000 Index may prove costly for the gauge of smaller U.S. companies. The two biggest contributors to the measure’s…
Further gains are due for the S&P 500 Index if history is any guide, according to Nautilus Research. The firm analyzed the index’s performance after ri…
“Inflation fears have been driving stock volatility” in the U.S., according to Jason Goepfert, Sundial Capital Research Inc.’s founder and president. H…
Earnings reports by U.S. companies only seem to matter any more when they are disappointing. The reaction to first-quarter results from components of t…
Investors willing to settle for less as U.S. stocks advance are likely to end up with more, according to LPL Financial LLC. Strategists Jeffrey Buchbin…
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