On the eve of this long-awaited arrival, naysayers might wonder if the presumed success of the Verizon iPhone may be just a little bit overblown. The answer will come quickly. A report from TheStreet.
The U.S. market is our favorite market to watch in 2011, said Kevin Gardiner, head of investment strategy at Barclays Capital.
The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index ETF is always a popular name in the option market, and yesterday traders were taking downside positions.
Here are six ETFs to watch this week, from TheStreet.
Football fans aren’t the only ones looking forward to the upcoming Super Bowl game between the Steelers and the Packers. Cybercriminals are just as eager for the big event.
Gold prices slipped on Monday after posting its largest gain in eight weeks last Friday amid protests in Egypt. Michael Dudas, precious metals and mining analyst at Jefferies said he expects the precious metal to stay in a trading range with an upward bias.
CEO Steve Elop is expected to announce a new operating system partnership during the company's analyst day Feb. 11, and analysts say Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 or Google's Android software are the likely choices. ...A report from TheStreet.
"We still believe that capital returns, clarity over regulation and continued growth in book values should support large cap banks in 2011," the report states. ...A report from TheStreet.
Monster CEO is responding to a report by CNBC that some companies are frequently using social networking sites to recruit and hire workers, which poses a potential threat to Monster's business.
The market is currently sitting at a “critical area,” according to Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services.
"Factors and risks are overwhelmingly positive" now, said Binky Chadha, chief US equity strategist at Deutsche Bank.
With its stock in nosebleed territory, Netflix can’t afford to miss any kind of expectation—even perceptions. That means the questions it receives on its earnings call after the close today—and the way it answers them—will be as important as the numbers.
One financial giant has engendered a whole sub-industry of trading in it alone: Citigroup. Reporter Bob Pisani discusses several ways investors and traders are playing Citi, including working the spreads and taking advantage of the rebates.
The carrier of commodities such as coal and iron ore plunged 11 percent on record volume of more than 12 million shares. Option activity surged to 10,804 contracts versus the 1,003 daily average, as investors piled into puts that positioned for more downside.
Many consider Wednesday's Nielsen IPO to be a referendum on their business. Don't. Because there's a much bigger story at work, and if you listen carefully, it could make you a lot of money.
The market is up roughly 3 percent in January, but expect stocks to consolidate in February, warned Tobias Levkovich, chief U.S. equity strategist at Citi.
The market is due for a correction in the near-term, but use the opportunity to buy, as stocks will soon rebound thereafter, according to chief technical strategists Ryan Detrick of Scaheffer’s Investment Research and Mark Arbeter at S&P.
The IPO market might not be booming, but there's no doubt, it's alive and getting stronger. This week, eight companies are expected to price. Next week, there are 10.
Rising food prices are probably a threat to your portfolio. Because they mean slower world growth at a time when the recovery is still patchy.
A week ago, Michelle Leder at Footnoted, a Morningstar site, put out her Top 10 list based on the kinds of things she looks at in regulatory filings.