The first thing to know about the Greece story is that it's not really about Greece.
European markets went into the close at the highs for the day as yet another comical round of "What? Me, worry?" plays out in Europe.
Greece could get a third bailout deal, an outcome that may cause European stocks to rally.
Mark Spitznagel, the libertarian hedge fund manager, has a new part time job: economic advisor to Rand Paul's campaign for president.
Now that earnings are flat-lining, the market may not take so kindly to the end of historically easy monetary policy.
Positive returns for investors are helping the IPO market gather steam after a slow, lackluster start to 2015.
At least 7 hedge funds with ties to Julian Robertson's Tiger Management have shut in recent years, but is it a trend?
Four factors show up on everyone's list to explain why markets are sanguine about a Grexit.
There are a lot of happy people on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange today, and here's why.
Stocks rally on dovish Fed comments
Pricing and volume action in oil stocks indicate investors have turned doubtful of the hoped-for 2016 recovery in production volumes.
The gold price has moved sideways for the two years to June.
Some $70 million in research by Coatue Management this year has so far yielded three themes for investing in technology.
As the system keeps getting bigger, so does the amount for which taxpayers, in an extreme case, would be exposed should things go haywire again.
Hedge funds and other investment managers are taking down market risk, according to a new survey, but remain fundamentally optimistic.
Fitbit is scheduled to hold its initial public offering Thursday and things are only heating up.
Traders are so fed up with Greece's debt drama they don't want to talk about it anymore and have run out of things to say.
Jeb Bush formally launched his presidential bid in Miami Monday, but his campaign has already attracted a deep roster of Wall Street donors.
"A tardy Fed has a good chance of proving bearish for bonds and, longer term, for equities as well," one pro said.
A handful of hedge funds continues to view uncertainty in Greece as a chance to make money off market fear.