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Not every financial advisor is running to join the ETF bandwagon. CNBC FA Council member Tim Maurer gives three reasons to avoid ETFs.
Fund managers are much less confident in the outlook of the global economy and corporate profitability.
In the midst of Monday's selling, one trader took off a massive hedge against a further decline in the market.
The Arkansas Teacher Retirement System says it has cut ties with Pimco as the fallout continues since Bill Gross' abrupt departure last month.
From Ebola to high volatility, investors have a lot to worry about—but the fundamental story has not changed, says Fundstrat's Tom Lee.
It's been a gut-wrenching few weeks for the market, but some market experts say the selling may not be over.
Unlike its competition, though, the August Smart Lock will be sold at Apple stores instead of your traditional hardware stores alone.
So far, so good for the stock pickers Warren Buffett plucked from relative obscurity to manage billions of his dollars.
Coding camps are slowly gaining ground at vocational schools, reports New York Times.
Just 5 out of 1,000 people have what it takes to become the next Zuckerberg. A Gallup study reveals the top traits needed for success.
More boomers caring for aging parents are seeking help from the limited numbers of financial advisors fluent in elder-care issues.
Scam artists are hoping to bank on people's fear of Ebola, offering all kinds of products they're marketing as the latest cure.
Small business optimism fell as more owners said they expected a slowdown in profits and sales, tightening credit and a harder time filling jobs.
Wells Fargo reported quarterly earnings and revenue that were in line with analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
The topic everyone on Wall Street is discussing urgently but quietly isn’t the volatile stock market. It is Ebola.
Patek Philippe's Grandmaster Chime timepiece is the most expensive and complicated wristwatch the company has ever built.
Stocks opened strongly higher Tuesday after a three-day rout, faded late, rebounded and finally ended just slightly lower.
J&J reported strong earnings, boosted by sales of a new drug for hepatitis C that are expected to evaporate in coming months due to competition.
Citi also reported a 13 percent rise in third-quarter profit, helped by better results from its troubled assets left over from the financial crisis.
Wolverine World Wide on Tuesday reported profit of $57.8 million in its third quarter.
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A Japanese lingerie maker recalled more than 20,000 brassieres after complaints that underwires suddenly poked out.
Joe Kinahan, TD Ameritrade, explains why stocks are continuing to rally after positive indications from the Fed, and renewal of U.S. Cuba relations.
CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in on Janet Yellen's pledge to use patience when planning to raise interest rates.
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