With the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday and a shortened session on Friday, traders can expect a relatively quiet week ahead.
Chip makers will likely weigh on the broader tech sector as they remain amidst an inventory correction, according to one longtime industry investor.
Despite a pair of big sell-offs in 2018, investors are maintaining historically high allocations to stocks.
Stocks rallied breaking a 6 day slide but the median stock in the S&P 500 is down 7 percent this year.
The firm’s bullish view includes a year-end rally and long-term advance for stocks.
Using options, downside protection for tech stocks is costlier than for the market by the widest margin in 7 years.
A third of the stocks in the S&P 500 are also in Bear Market territory, even though the entire index is not.
Fund managers used the October market dip as a buying opportunity and see 12% upside to the S&P 500.
Markets soured today and culprits are everywhere.
Major U.S. indexes ticked higher on expected news from the polls and the Fed. Here are some levels to watch out for in the week ahead.