Leveraged and inverse ETFs were once poster children for ETF risks, but the market has learned to embrace these ETF bad boys--with limits.
Obama may steer away from what's really important to Americans in his State of the Union speech, says political strategist Sara Fagen. Here's why.
After Apple's disappointing outlook and iPhone sales, a debate is heating up over where the consumer electronics giant's share price is headed.
Shares of China's Sina have lagged Twitter's dramatically. But with similar growth profiles, Sina is the real bargain.
Talk of a such a crisis is on the rise, leaving many investors in the U.S. and elsewhere wondering what it means exactly.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Singer feels for the poor but thinks increasing minimum wages is a terrible idea.
Forget the passing yards and points, the real Super Bowl numbers may be how many people watch the game. Here are some numbers for comparison.
Activist investor Carl Icahn bought more Apple shares Tuesday, as the stock plunged after an iPhone sales number that disappointed Wall Street.
Turkey has slipped alarmingly quickly from emerging market darling to market danger zone, and there seems to be no halting the investor exodus.
There's a collectible market for sex-filled timepieces, both old and new. They're called "erotic" watches, or what some would call "pocket porn."
For the price of a Super Bowl ticket, you could end up with a top-of-the-line set that'll last several NFL seasons.
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Here’s a five-point reality check for why people need to stop bashing Davos as an irrelevant gathering of the elite. By the executive director of Wharton's Risk Management Center.
The U.K.'s Royal Household has mismanaged its finances and could do more to pay its own way, according to the British Parliament's finance watchdog.
From "Magic Kitten" to "Energetic Bear," these are the names of some of the world's most active hacker groups, according to security firm CrowdStrike.
Consumers grew more optimistic about both business conditions and the job market, a new report showed.
Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods unexpectedly plunged in December, which could cast a shadow on the economic outlook.
The Commerce Department said new orders fell 4.3 percent in December, a huge disappointment (economists expected orders to rise 1.5 percent).
U.S. home prices fell slightly in November as colder weather slowed buying, but prices surged for much of 2013.
A new NBC-News/Wall Street Journal poll shows a 51 percent majority of the public disapprove Obama's job performance.