Uber may be years from an initial public offering, but it's already pushing stock to retail investors through Wall Street brokerages.
Rather than retrenching and recalibrating, Piper Jaffray is reiterating its call that the S&P 500 will rally strongly.
Banks trading beneath tangible book value could become targeted by activist investors.
Commodity companies like Freeport McMoran may have great assets, but they also have huge amounts of debt.
The Dow Jones industrial average has developed a strong and powerful reversal pattern, which means bullish analysis must be revised.
In the days before oil fell below $30, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought 2.5 million shares of an oil giant.
One of the great market mysteries was why the Fed was so reluctant to enact a seemingly innocuous quarter-point rate hike. Mystery solved.
A look at David Bowie's lasting legacy as both a musical and financial innovator.
Short term, there are two things that are moving the markets: 1) oil, and 2) fears of a currency war.
Investors have turned to dividend-paying stocks as lifeboats in an ocean of volatility. However, traders are expecting that to change.
S&P 500 earnings are poised for another quarter of negative growth, but the big positive will be the strong U.S. consumer.
Now that the Powerball jackpot is worth over $500 million, it has become theoretically easy to guarantee a win. Picking the right numbers isn’t the problem anymore—it’s all a matter of logistics.
If we've learned anything so far in 2016, it's that we still have a lot to learn about how financial markets are going to behave in a new era.
Here in the U.S., market internals are all consistent with at least a short-term bounce.
A handful of managers outperformed their peers by a big margin, largely thanks to smart stock picking and shorting.
The U.S. may be in less for a bout of Asian flu than it is for a pretty bad fever. For investors, though, the symptoms will feel similar.
US stocks gain, but China worries weigh. Here's what investors should watch for on Friday.
China's stock market structure may itself be exacerbating the selloff.
There has been lots of technical damage in the first three days of the year.
Pay no attention to those tumbling energy prices, the Fed seems to be telling the market, all will be back to normal soon.