Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, says one of the main investment themes for 2016 will be the base effect of cheap assets in Asia.» Read More
Viktor Shvets, MD & Head of Research & Strategy of Samsung Securities Asia warns that markets are untradeable and uninvestable, as all asset classes will continue to be highly correlated. He says that what investors need to continue to focus on now are macro influences.
As the European debt crisis roils the markets, American traders who once awoke at dawn are now rising in the dead of night to gain an edge when business begins in London, Paris and Frankfurt, the New York Times reports.
With 401(k)s, IRAs, Roth IRAs, and Social Security benefits, seniors have plenty to figure out when it comes to paying Uncle Sam.
As a New York Jets fan, I despair of all the talk about the New England Patriots. I desperately want to wish the Patriots away, but I cannot. They matter. When it comes to Europe, investors around the world also face this exasperating combination of having, but not wishing to pay close attention.
You never know what the Federal Reserve will pull out of its sleeve. This strategist has a playbook for the upcoming FOMC meeting.
After being whipped around for weeks by developments in Europe, markets may turn their attention to the U.S. economy and the Fed meeting.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer responds to viewer mail, and discusses about Costo, Skullcandy, Finisar, Hun, CSX, Norfolk Southern, financials, and the oil sector.
A number of acquisitions have pushed SAP to the number one spot in the cloud computing space. Cramer speaks to SAP AG co-CEO Bill McDermott about the company's growth prospects and its partnership with Apple.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
Viewers Tweet questions to Mad Money host Jim Cramer. This week, a discussion about pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), like SXCI, which Cramer says help keep drug prices down.
Euro zone leaders managed to actually get something done -- they removed our necks from the guillotine, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer. As a result, the Dow, Nasdaq and S&P were all up on the day. And a strategy for next week's IPOs, including Zynga, Michael Kors and others.
Stocks closed near their highs Friday, climbing steadily throughout the session, buoyed by a strong consumer sentiment report and as investors appeared to show relief after the euro zone's latest plan to solve its debt crisis.
Diamond Foods shares were up more than 45 percent in Friday afternoon trading, after Keybanc Capital Markets released a positive report on the packaged food company.
It's a global economy, and no matter what happens in Europe the U.S. economy is looking at a first-quarter stock selloff if earnings don't meet analyst expectations, said Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley's chief equities strategist.
Despite the drama, the euro is virtually unchanged from its January level against the dollar. This strategist has a trade that should see more action.
If the sovereign debt shoe falls in Europe, the U.S. markets are likely to get slammed. Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley, tells CNBC he doesn't buy the theory of decoupling from Europe.
Fans of Warren Buffett may be tempted to follow his company's lead and load up on alternative energy at this time. Taking into consideration the current market environment, however, this is one Buffett play conservative investors might want to monitor from the sidelines.
The Auer Growth Fund has three strict criteria in its selection process. TheStreet.com details these criteria and five stocks that are representative of the fund.
Shares of the health care provider surge 58 percent this year. Insight on whether the stock still has room to run, with Sarah James, Wedbush Securities health care equity research analyst.
Shares of Diamond Foods are surging on news that the deal for Pringles should go through, with Akshay Jagdale, KeyBanc Capital Markets vice president, packaged food equity research analyst.