We are finally in the heart of earnings season, and two clear trends are emerging.
The U.S. stock market may be having a roller-coaster year, but you won't find many screaming investors riding the tracks.
The Janus Capital bond guru believes that German debt is representing a huge opportunity.
A period of consolidation has investors worried that the Dow's long-term uptrend has run its course, but charts suggest otherwise.
If company earnings are cooked, so is the market, according to Greenlight Capital.
Here are three explanations I have heard for the market action in the last two days.
The reason why the economy is so susceptible to dollar strength may be that the recovery isn't really what it's cracked up to be.
Despite muted performance in 2014, investors have more hedge funds than ever to choose from, according to new data.
Some estimate China's lower requirements for bank reserves could free up about $160 billion.
The market is about to undergo a "regime change" that will cause a fundamental reordering of which stocks will perform best, BofAML says.
Fast-growing Stone Ridge Asset Management has poached execs from Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas and Morgan Stanley in recent weeks.
Investors piled into safe harbors as fears rose over a Greek exit on Friday, sending bond yields tumbling.
Eric Mindich's Eton Park hedge fund was up big in the first quarter thanks to winning bets in Europe and Asia, especially Germany and Japan.
Bank lenders are curbing the amount of money they supply to energy companies amid an ongoing swoon in the price of crude oil.
Amid a slowing economy and wobbly market, investors have tamped down expectations for when the Fed will hike rates. They may have further to go.
Wall Street and big business's election kingmakers are reaching for their wallets again in the race for President.
Too big to fail banks, instead of getting smaller, are pretty much taking over the financial universe.
Earnings season has begun, but instead of falling apart because of the negative earnings environment, the S&P has rallied 1.25 percent since Alcoa reported.
Some people complain about the so-called golden handcuffs of working in finance. Forrest Xiao broke free.
Initial public offering activity in the first quarter of 2015 was at half the levels for deals in the same period of last year.