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The market is adjusting to changes, says Dan Morris, president of Morris Capital Advisors. They include changes in Fed policy and a change in economic growth expectations in Europe. He says earnings will also keep investors on edge.<div class="feedflare">
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Citi, JP Morgan report earnings; Sony's Playstation TV hits shelves; Google takes on Amazon for deliveries<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks remain under pressure after posting their biggest weekly loss since 2012. Portfolio manager Chad Morganlander at Stifel expects volatility to continue. But upbeat earnings should produce "higher highs and higher lows" for the next six months.<div class="feedflare">
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Wall St. may be headed for a correction. Retail sales data due this week<div class="feedflare">
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Tracy Johnke examines what's driving the market up and down, and whether more lies ahead.<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks are mixed, with widespread weakness beneath the surface, a day after the biggest selloff of 2014. Gil Morales, author of The Gilmo Report, sees a familiar pattern as the Fed winds down its bond-buying program. "This could get ugly," he warns.<div class="feedflare">
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What's next for Wall Street after three days of big swings? Tesla reveals what the big 'D' is all about. And Amazon aims for it's own "Miracle on 34th Street."<div class="feedflare">
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The stock market's volatile week continues, erasing nearly all of Wednesday's gains. Barry Mione, CEO of Kapitall, says earnings season will help set the market's direction. He sees "continued highly volatile times" for the next few weeks.<div class="feedflare">
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After its biggest day of 2014, what can Wall Street do for an encore? JP Morgan Chase is part of an unlucky 13. And iRobot says it can make them smarter.<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks are mixed as investors try to put the brakes on the market's recent selloff. President Kevin Mahn at Hennion & Walsh believes "we're in the midst of a secular bull market," and that investors will continue to buy the dips.<div class="feedflare">
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Investors are worried about "buyer's regret," says chief strategist Bruce McCain at Key Private Bank. But he thinks the market is headed higher and investors should not sit on the sidelines.<div class="feedflare">
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Senior vice president Stephen Massocca at Wedbush Securities says today's report is not a "true economic number." He's waiting for summer to see a clearer picture.<div class="feedflare">
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Shop till you drop? Not likely in March. Larry Kofsky previews this week's retail sales reports.<div class="feedflare">
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Investors are moving out of some recent Wall Street high flyers, those which are more economically sensitive. So says Hugh Johnson, the Chairman and Chief Investment Officer at Hugh Johnson Advisors. He adds some money is moving to the sidelines with some moving to more defensive stocks. He notes this ...
Wall Street has been correcting, not with a the usual significant decline, but with a change in leadership. So says Chuck Carlson at Horizon Investment Services who adds as money comes out of high octane momentum stocks it is going into defensive dividend paying shares.<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks are higher, as the market begins to undo the damage done in its recent selloff. Eric Marshall, director of research at Hodges Capital Management says it was a healthy pullback. He says much of the money that came out of the market remains on the sidelines, or has gone into bond funds.<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks are modestly higher. Traders put the brakes on three days of selling in a choppy session. Neil Hennessy, chairman of Hennessy Funds says the market has not yet reached a top. He says the recent weakness gives investors who are out of the market a chance to "get their toes wet."<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks are lower, extending the selloff that took hold late last week. Chief investment officer Randy Bateman at Huntington Funds says investors may have lost their appetite ahead of earnings season. He says there may be "sticker shock," despite low expectations.<div class="feedflare">
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Investors will be focused on corporate earnings, as Alcoa kicks off the season.<div class="feedflare">
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Stocks are lower as investors shrugged off the March employment report. Managing director Steve Ayer at HighTower Advisors thinks the number was built-in to the market. He thinks Fed policy and economic data will continue to set the market's long-term direction.<div class="feedflare">
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