Happy Thursday. The markets are trying to feed their "taperworm," but we're all about the suds here with the morning six-pack:
Fortinet has drawn upside option activity several times in recent months, and the bulls came back for more yesterday.
Elon Musk says the electric car company is now building more than five-hundred Model S vehicles a week and is on target for a major ramp-up in production next year.
The Federal Reserve is trying to keep its options open. The FOMC's decision to begin winding down bond purchases maintains "data dependent"; though, tapering could begin soon.
The minutes of the July meeting reveal a growing concern over inflation.
Taper or not taper? The highly anticipated Fed minutes are out.
The exchanges have no idea how frequently that clearly erroneous trades occur.
ExxonMobil is now the worst-performing of the 30 blue-chip stocks that comprise the Dow Jones industrial average.
Ron Paul loves gold, but how much the former presidential candidate loves the yellow metal could strike some as a bit...extreme.
Hedge fund heavyweight Bill Ackman acknowledged in a letter to clients that he has made a few blunders this year, but still believes in his bet against Herbalife.
As airlines and airports compete for travelers, every amenity helps to lure their business. While free Wi-Fi is a great perk it can be hard to find at some airports.
The secret to reading the July Fed minutes is to focus on the use of the adjective many, most, some, and few.
Washington has chosen to give the markets a ride to their destination rather than letting them find their own way.
Lowe's profit blew past Wall Street expectations, but valuations are looking somewhat stretched. Is this the top for home improvement?
Ed Whitacre's latest comments are a sobering reminder of just how screwed up the world's largest automaker was during its brief bankruptcy and the short period of time afterward.
Happy Wednesday. Anybody know the over-under on how long until the next Wall Street bank investigation is announced?
Traders are looking for Forest Oil to rally after being trapped in an extremely tight range for the last month.
As first-class gets more posh, economy-class fliers still get squeezed. Several designers are hoping to bring relief with wider seats, better ergonomics and more space.
Emerging economies are facing several problems: stimulus is expiring, low commodity prices are likely to remain, and higher yields making it harder to borrow.
Investors focusing on tapering are missing the bigger picture about Fed policy and how it will shape financial markets. "This taper thing is a ruse," said one pro.
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