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Even though there is good news about the Ferrari IPO, the pricing of Ferrari has nothing to do with the recent IPO market.
This millennial explains what's wrong with the political system — and why Trump used to be funny, but not anymore.
Watching investors buy stocks on bad news has been enough to persuade reliably bearish Bob Janjuah to change his mind.
Here's the 800-pound billionaire in the room that no one is asking the candidates about, says Miles Rapoport.
If some economists are right, it's going to take a whole lot less progress in the jobs market to get the unemployment rate to keep falling.
AOL-Time Warner wasn’t wrong—it was just ahead of its time. Buckle up: The next wave of media M&A is about to heat up, says tech analyst Dan Niles.
It is still early in the third quarter earnings season, but traders are already focused on the quarter that matters most: Q4.
Poor performance weighed heavily on the industry, causing the biggest net loss in capital since the fourth quarter of 2008.
Third-quarter earnings are coming in ahead of expectations, says Michael Farr. Here's why all that glitters isn't gold.
Caution is key for many investors at the moment – but is it really time to hide your cash under the mattress?
The symmetrical triangle shows neither the bulls or the bears can gain dominance. However, once the breakout starts the move is often very quick.
Investors are missing a serious threat ahead in the market, according to one analyst who sees the ranks of the "fallen angels" swelling.
The current stock-market rally looks like it's for real, says UBS analyst Christopher Swann. Here's why.
Evidence is mounting that the jobs recovery's best days are in the rearview mirror.
Beyond teaching dance and drawing, arts education can help struggling schools improve reading and math scores, says Paula Abdul.
Email scandal? Forget it. It's another BS scandal drummed up by the GOP against Hillary Clinton, says James Carville.
In the current environment, the ECB might have to fight harder to prevent a stalling, or a recessionary relapse, of the euro area economy.
The proposals we've heard so far from Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders aren't going to jump-start the economy, says Larry Kudlow.
Here's what Goldman, JPMorgan and Bank of America didn't say in their earnings reports, says analyst Dick Bove.
Molly Fletcher, aka "the female Jerry Maguire," offers these tips for how to negotiate like a sports agent.