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Here’s what your financial advisor won’t tell you — and the questions you should be asking, says portfolio manager James Sanford.
Iraq is on the verge of collapse—and working with Iran is a "flawed strategy," says former White House foreign-affairs adviser David L. Phillips.
We know the steps to take to improve our finances, yet we are a nation that remains financially unprepared and illiterate.
Mexico has a good chance to realize its impressive reform agenda. If it succeeds, it would be a great example for the world, says Mohamed El-Erian.
Once again, the Fed dissed those calling for a more "hawkish" statement. Here's what the Yellen Fed is preoccupied with, says Ron Insana.
One of the most breathtakingly incompetent ideas I've ever heard is the idea of legalizing all insider trading, says attorney Andrew Stoltmann.
Downward revisions to GDP, a slowdown in home-price increases — what kind of message is this sending to the Fed?
Marc Faber tells CNBC the longer the Fed is involved in the markets, the more inequality will rise.
Rising tensions in Iraq are giving investors anxiety. Is this the trigger for a correction? NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari weighs in.
A new study reveals that insider trading is more rampant than previously thought; Carol Roth says it's time to legalize it.
How do you know when you’re being played in this market? This ex-Galleon trader offers insight on how you know — and how you play them right back.
It may be tempting to impose severe sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine but there are huge risks, says Dan Steinbock.
Here's why Priceline's purchase of OpenTable is different than other deals we've seen lately, says Michael Yoshikami.
As the SEC mulls how to tighten the reins on high-frequency trading, "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian weighs in on the areas they should focus on.
Here’s why I’m betting that Qatar will be stripped of the 2022 World Cup, says former assistant US attorney Mitchell Epner.
This could be the key to solving the immigration problem, says Carol Roth.
The talent exodus from developing countries to the West has finally reversed, explains the prime minister of the UAE.
Andrew Smith landed one of the best jobs EVER as Australia's Chief Funster. Sounds fun! Wait, what does a chief funster do, exactly?
Together, the United States, Mexico and Canada could form a bloc that would become the envy of the energy world.
Wall Street guys will bet on ANYTHING. Ex-trader Raj Mahal offers this guide to betting on the World Cup Wall Street-style.
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