Investors may be leaning over the tip of their skis about Trump
US companies are in the grip of an earnings recession
The correction has burned off the market’s speculative froth.
The S&P 500 has gone almost four years without a 10% correction.
What will happen to stock prices when the Fed turns off the money press?
Another plus: The Fed is in no hurry to raise interest rates.
The sell off in small-cap stocks may be a bad omen for broader market.
Fed stimulus will no longer be the key driver of stock prices.
There are bargains out there for the discerning investor.
One sign things are getting bubbly? Bitcoin
Back in 2008, Cramer told clients to get out of stocks. Then came a monster rally.
There are still unresolved problems weighing on the economy.