This growing army of DC Swamp Dwellers is currently hell-bent on depriving stellar Judge and family man Brett Kavanaugh of his rightful seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Wall Street's chief regulatory agency has filed a lawsuit – SEC vs. Elon Musk (?) – against the fake auto miracle worker for his obviously illegal “tout by Tweet” caper.
Rosenstein resigns (or might); China retaliates (again) vs. latest US tariffs; and Kavanaugh twists slowly in the wind. Stocks predictably tank.
WASHINGTON. It’s options expiration Friday. That popular monthly event traditionally moves stocks every which way as investors exercise call and put options, putting uncommon buy and sell pressure on certain volatile stocks. We often call this “Freaky Friday.” But more importantly, today is also the very big day that both mutual funds and ETFs need to ...
Blasting to the upside were a pair of pharmaceutical stocks, one old — Allergan (trading symbol: AGN) — and one brand new — Elanco (ELAN), an IPO that debuted Thursday morning.
As if to echo that triumphant Trump tweet, after the NYSE’s 4 p.m. closing bell, CNBC rolled out the final stats on this remarkable day.
When interest rates go higher, financial companies charging those higher rates to customers — like big banks and insurance companies — get to make more money.
Carefully chosen investments in common stocks can help you accomplish your financial aims by offering two attractive outcomes: capital gains and dividends.
As if to echo the current Trump-China tariff malaise, weather on America's east coast provided a melancholy backdrop the doleful mood on Wall Street.
To invest successfully in common stocks, you need to know what you’re buying and why. Let’s start at the beginning. They no longer teach this stuff in school.
Wednesday, Apple execs revealed the company’s latest iPhone and Apple Watch models in a live presentation held at the company’s state-of-the-art Steve Jobs Theater.
Perhaps Mr. Market feared the impending arrival of Hurricane Florence. But not long after the market opened, a fresh China trade rumor hit the tape.
Social network censors and the potential of another round of China conflict kabuki involving new tariffs haven't helped stocks either in September.
For experienced investors, the main attraction of doing business with discount houses is that they offer deeply discounted sales commissions on securities trades compared to heftier commissions charged by large, full service houses.
This installment discusses the difference between the two varieties of brokerage house. We'll then see what you get (and what you don't) by choosing a full service house.
For Wall Streeters, traders and investors alike, Labor Day marks a brief pause before September trading action gets underway.
The United States and Mexico announced this morning they will effectively repeal and replace their end of NAFTA with a newly-negotiated US-Mexico Trade Agreement.
To rally successfully, stocks overcame the abrupt conclusion of China trade talks, the Jackson Hole Fed confab and the latest MSM frenzy over the Manafort and Cohen convictions.
Where do you generally park the money you're saving for investing in stocks? Answer: Purchased money market funds and brokerage house bank sweep accounts.
The usual financial pundits blame today’s market malaise on the usual suspects. These most prominently include escalating China trade tensions and the Michael Cohen post-conviction rumor mill.