As 2015 approaches, tell us which currency you think is best poised to make a comeback in the New Year:
With just three weeks left until the new year, investors are debating where to place their year-end bets.
As oil markets continue their downwards spiral this week, tell us how bearish you are on U.S. crude prices.
Vote in our poll and tell us whether the OPEC will move to reduce their oil production.
Where do you think dollar-yen will be trading by year-end?
Once heralded as the voice for emerging markets, the BRICS group is plagued by economic and political weaknesses. Tell us which you're bearish on.
Disruptive innovation plays a significant role in today's marketplace. Vote in our poll and tell us which one you think is key.
Markets may be back in risk-on mode, but there are still plenty of assets to get scared about before Halloween. Tell us which one is spooking you.
Results of the European Central Bank's Asset Quality Review (AQR) are due on October 26. Vote in our new poll and tell us what you're expecting.
Tech firms unveiling earnings this week will be in focus after the Nasdaq closed over 2 percent lower on Friday. Tell us which firm you're long on.
Third-quarter earnings kick off in the U.S. this week, with bellwether Alcoa reporting on Wednesday. Tell us what you're expecting this season.
Automakers are in focus this week as the Paris Motor Show kicks into gear on Saturday.
Tell us which of these entrepreneurs do you admire the most?
Alibaba filed to sell up to $24.5 billion in stock in September, making it the biggest U.S. IPO ever. What do you think it's IPO price will be?
All eyes in the technology sector have been on Apple ever since it announced a "secretive" event expected on September 9.
Do you think the market is headed lower? And if so, when?
Tell us which central banker is doing the best job thus far.
Tell us where will the next real estate bubble burst?
Which of these fixed-asset bubbles do you think is on the brink of bursting?
Sentiment remains shaky as traders focus on the list of situations that have unnerved markets. Tell us which event you think could trigger a selloff.
Earnings growth will become muted and rising interest rates cap will multiple expansion, analyst Hugh Johnson says.
Jim Cramer warns of mistakes most commonly made by investors when it comes to mutual funds and ETFs.
According to Goldman Sachs strategists, the answer is simple: Bet on companies that don't see so much turnover.
A few billionaire investors have scored, but the average hedge fund worker isn't likely to see a fat bonus this year.
Muni bonds had a great year but don't assume that the party will continue into 2015, says Alexandra Lebenthal.
Underneath the euphoria of an improving job market, there's one nagging statistic and it reveals the real job killer, says Peter J. Tanous.