The economy—and housing—have been heavily dependent on interest rates. Watch out when the training wheels come off, says Michael Farr.» Read More
If the US is serious about defeating ISIS, it needs to arm the Kurds—or this is going to wind up in US boots on the ground, says David Phillips.
Crazy double negative or 'perverted' yield curves are everywhere and they're sending a signal that a slowdown may be coming, says Ron Insana.
Will poisoned politics get in the way of a resolution to the Obamacare challenge headed to the Supreme Court?
The demise of retailer RadioShack and other "dead companies walking" is actually a good thing for the economy, says Scott Fearon. Here's why.
Who could be the next retailer to close up shop after RadioShack? Brian Sozzi names his targets.
Are hot IPOs like Shake Shack really a good buy or just hype? Peter Tanous crunches the numbers — and you might be surprised by the results.
Shake Shack is getting a lot of hype but Turney Duff, who knows a thing or two about eating and investing in burgers, says this stock is a "sell."
The Super Bowl indicator has a surprising accuracy rate, notes Ron Insana. So is a Pats win bad news for stocks in 2015?
Hey, 2016 presidential candidates — Are you paying attention to what "American Sniper" is telling you?
Here's what the GOP needs to do now that Mitt Romney has dropped out of the 2016 race, says Larry Kudlow.
Ronald Reagan had to dig out of a recession, too — but GDP growth at this point in that recovery was twice what Obama is delivering now.
Cuba may well become a rising star in the region and a "buy" when the time comes, this NYU Stern professor said after a recent visit.
Does the Fed even know the signals it just sent the market? Here's what traders heard the Fed say, says "Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly.
Think employees behaving badly is just a few rotten eggs? In fact, you — and your corporate culture — may be to blame.
Raj Malhotra was a former star trader on Wall Street. So how's he betting on this year's Super Bowl between the Seahawks and the Patriots?
The Fed said it's on its way to normalized monetary policy, which triggered a spike in volatility. Here are three tips for adjusting allocations.
Unlike the US, Europe's central banks might actually lose money on their bond buying, says Ron Insana. And what happens then — who bails THEM out?
Jake Novak calls BS on the LAPD chief's claim that the phone app Waze helps criminals target officers. Here's what the chief REALLY means, says Novak.
Deflation is an economic nightmare that is starting to look like a reality, and central bankers shouldn't be the only ones freaking out.
The liberation of this Syrian city marks a turning point in the war against ISIS, says David Phillips.