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Not all hedge funds are getting crushed in the recent downturn, some are even prospering, the New York Times reports.
Based on his research of historical stock market valuations, Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller tells CNBC it's a "risky time."
Take a look at some of Thursday's early movers: SLB, LULU, EBAY, MDT, JOY & more
Morgan Stanley stirred markets with a "full house" buy alert on European stocks, but a senior executive at rival Goldman Sachs urged caution.
Netflix shares were down 3 percent midday Wednesday on news Citron Research tweeted it was time to short Netflix.
Omega joined the growing chorus of investors blaming last week's stock market sell-off on trading strategies pioneered by funds like Bridgewater.
Hedge funds are still winning in this downturn as their favorite stocks beat the market in the past month.
Investors appear to be parking their money in cash, says one bond expert.
Wednesday's rally will need to continue Thursday and into the end of the week before many analysts find more confidence the stock market is firmly on its way upward.
The two worst-performing stocks in the S&P find themselves at the center of the commodities selloff.
”Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s revealing why this was an oversold bounce.
The "Fast Money" traders tackle what they're watching going into Thursday's trading.
It's smart to start early in life -- even in a small way -- to foster the habits of saving and investing wisely.
Beige Book report was filled with commentary that is mostly positive on the US economy.
Jim Cramer takes a look at speculative biotechs to find out if the bargains are worth the reward in your portfolio.
Investors need international stocks and this could be a great buying opportunity, financial advisors say.
According to one technician, the bottom for energy could be right around the corner.
Dennis Gartman explains why oil's weakness is a bad omen for stocks.
The U.S. economy is being pulled in opposite directions by two factors, Pimco's Joachim Fels said.
A sentiment indicator shows the number of bulls fell to the lowest level since March 2009, a contrarian sign that a market bottom may be here.