Reacting to an article suggesting Warren Buffett has lost his touch, CNBC's Jim Cramer looks at Berkshire Hathaway's stocks and likes what he sees.
A 5-star hotel will be built in a Ferrari theme park along with rides including the highest and fastest vertical accelerator in Europe.
After warning CNBC viewers not to follow Warren Buffett's recent stock moves, Jim Cramer goes into greater detail today about how Buffett was "selling America" last fall even as he publicly urged investors to buy American stocks.
Happy Wednesday from the crew (of one) at the Morning Six-Pack, where we're always buying the dips.
Eight out of 10 US workers are stressed out. Can you guess why: Don't make enough money? Annoying co-workers? All of the above?
A breakout pattern and new uptrend are yet to emerge for the Shanghai Composite Index – recent activity indicates three possible patterns ahead.
A longtime SEC employee thinks his agency was too "tentative and fearful" of prosecuting Wall Street after the financial crisis.
Bridgewater has posted modest, positive returns this year as other hedge funds that bet on macroeconomic trends have faltered.
To demonstrate his company's product, we asked mCig COO Mark Linkhorst to heat up some mCigs and vape them on camera.
The hiring is part of a broader effort at the family office, which manages company head Steve Cohen's own money alongside that of certain employees and family members
There's market fear, but it's not being expressed through the CBOE Volatility Index. Traders are buying protection elsewhere.
Investors give and investors take away, and nowhere has that been more true lately than in value stocks.
Happy Tuesday, and welcome to the final bracket-busting edition of the Morning Six-Pack.
The talk about rotation out of biotech and big momentum Internet stocks involves very few companies.
Michael Gross' new book, "House of Outrageous Fortune," tells tales on Wall Street titans who live at prestigious 15 Central Park West.
Point72 Asset Management, the former SAC Capital, launched Monday with about $9 billion in funds and a year-to-date return of close to 10 percent.
Though there's no guarantee, in the past several years the cross has formed four times and three of those occasions saw substantial equity selloffs.
Despite profits soaring to levels not seen in years, airline service was a mixed bag in 2013, according to the latest Airline Quality Ratings.
March's payrolls were respectable, but not enough to support the robust growth the market wants, or frothy valuations.
Some airports have FAA approval to drill for oil. The income is helping to cut airline fees and make improvements for passengers.
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