NEW YORK, Aug 29- Some hedge funds seem to have missed out on this week's big rally in U.S. natural gas, cutting bullish bets on the fuel before prices hit six-week highs, government data suggested on Friday.» Read More
Well, as best the Mad Money host can anyway. No doubt stocks are sending some mixed messages.
Investors take note: Fund managers can trump business fundamentals during a rally. Cramer explains how they do it.
Warren Buffett is losing his decade-long $1 million "big bet" against a collection of hedge funds, but it's still early in the race. Buffett hopes his "tortoise" will catch up over the next nine years, erasing an early lead for the "hare" after a tough year for everyone.
Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers paid their executives largely in stock, and that stock lost most or all of its value when those companies collapsed. But three professors at Harvard - citing a study - dispute that executives at Bear and Lehman were wiped out along with their companies. The New York Times reports.
Gold prices continue to make fresh highs but there could be a possible correction come 2010, warned Bill McQuaker, head of equities & director of multi-manager funds at Henderson Global Investors.
Soros Fund Management, the hedge fund run by billionaire investor George Soros, increased its holdings in U.S. stocks to $6.2 billion from $4.2 billion and bought a stake in Ford Motor.
John Paulson’s hedge fund group, the Paulson Funds, had another strong, if not spectacular quarter, according to an investment letter obtained by CNBC.
Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens has made headlines with his clean energy plan for America. But what you haven't heard is the 81-year-old's plan to stay mentally and physically fit. Neuroscientists who have studied his brain say it appears to function like someone half his age.
Money managers hire this company to keep their deals, and their consciences, clean.
The Obama administration on Friday rejected a proposal by Goldman Sachs to buy as much as $1 billion in tax credits from Fannie Mae, saying the deal would have amounted to a net loss for taxpayers, the New York Times reports.
Plus, get calls on investment banks, "app phones" and more.
The new defendants include hedge fund traders and money managers, a mergers and acquisitions attorney, a corporate executive, and an associate analyst for the Moody's credit rating agency.
Tom Maheras, Citigroup's former president and the man at the heart of the firm's push into what eventually became tens of billions of dollars in toxic debt, is running a hedge fund that is up 84 percent so far this year thanks at least in part to some unusual investing.
Nearly a year after leaving Bank of America under a cloud of controversy involving massive losses, executive bonuses, and lavish office decorating, former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain is set to emerge from his self-imposed seclusion Thursday at a hedge fund event in Greenwich, Conn.
A trader blamed with crippling Citigroup is making a comeback by starting a hedge fund that has already attracted decent interest, people familiar with the situation told CNBC.
Crude oil has replaced the dollar as the new reserve currency, according to Kevin Kerr, president & chief trading officer for Kerr Trading International.
Investors accustomed to seeing strong stock market gains at the end of the year may be wondering what is in store this year after the multi-month rally, but suppose we are in for a double dip recession or an anemic recovery? Follow these tips.
Investors are funneling more and more money into exchange-traded funds to brace against what is expected to be a difficult market in the coming months.
The first tip from inside Intel reached Raj Rajaratnam more than a decade ago — from the same source who has now turned against him in the biggest insider-trading case in a generation, says the New York Times.
Which is why most investors had no clue about what was going on today. But Cramer knew.
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Some of the most powerful members of the financial community think the American economy is going to be just fine.
Common Sense has hired another SocGen exec as it rebuilds after the arrest of its founder and the loss of clients.
All those headlines about new stock market highs may look sexy, but life for active managers hasn't been quite so much fun.