Oil prices may soon stabilize at around $65 per barrel.
Rising interest rates shouldn’t be a reason for panic.
A flat market, weak earnings and aging expansion make me nervous.
In a surprise, Peltz group didn’t pick up a single board seat.
In this market, buy-and-hold tactics may not be as effective as in the past.
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