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The investment guru is headed for his worst year since 2009, with shares in his conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway down 11 percent.
Crude oil prices face further downside risk in the first half of 2016, as OPEC holds on to hopes of pumping the competition out of business.
There's a "tug of war" going on in the bond market now, in the words of one economist. Here's why that matters.
Equity strategist Matt Maley explains why a potential double-top formation in the dollar could have major implications for the market next year.
Traders believe Netflix, Amazon and others could continue their runs into next year despite huge gains.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Saving money or investing: Which is more important over time?
The 88-page document breaks down the volatility seen in both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes, as well as on ETFs.
CNBC takes a look at which housing markets across the world posted the biggest gains in 2015 and which ones you should watch next year.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter explains why $37 is the new normal for oil.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Chesapeake Energy, Fairchild Semiconductor, Allergan & more.
It's hard to beat the market when you're not on board with the best-performing companies.
Experts debate whether breaking even at the end of 2015 is a good sign for the upcoming year.
Ferrari was one of the highest-profile IPOs of 2015, but after a big splash, the stock dropped below its initial price.
Investors looking for upside that comes with risk-oriented energy plays can find similar returns in Chevron, Sam Margolin of Cowen said.
Cypress has had a rough year, but one trader is betting $1 million that the company sees a bounce in the first half of 2016.
“I think the blooms are coming off the rose a bit for Apple," says Dan Ives of FBR Capital Markets.
Radioactive metal uranium was the top-performing mining commodity in price terms this year and looks set to gain further in 2016.
Doug Ramsey, chief investment officer at The Leuthold Group, shares his investment outlook for 2016.
Take a look at what wealth advisers and their ultra-high-net-worth clients expect for the year ahead and how they plan to invest.
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