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Here are the key questions investors need to ask about Amazon before they consider the stock, says Michael Yoshikami.
The uneasy marriage between financial markets and the Federal Reserve finally may be on the rocks.
In his latest missive, Pershing chief Bill Ackman railed against passive portfolio managers and blamed his bad 2015 performance on bad market timing.
The Warriors of the West Coast team with some warriors of Wall Street.
Here's why the Fed's statement did little to help relieve the pressure on emerging markets, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Opposition by some Republicans in this one energy race is helping China get ahead, warns Ralph Fuecks.
Warren Buffett continues to raise his public profile with an upcoming appearance on the new season of NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice."
Turney Duff asked everyone from escorts to Hamptons real-estate agents if they're sensing any signs of a slowdown on Wall Street.
Forget rate hikes, the Fed has opened the gate for moving in the opposite direction, says Economist Steve Blitz.
The Fed needs to continue tightening, says a former Fed official. Delaying decisions will not make the path any easier.
Donald Trump is skipping the GOP debate on Thursday. Here's who will be hurt the most, says Mark Macias.
Bank of America is the latest U.S. consumer bank to push for smartphone technology in place of plastic cards.
Tim Cook said Apple is experiencing "extreme conditions unlike anything we have experienced" in many markets.
What has undermined faith in our economic system and the very values needed to sustain it? Steve Odland has the answer.
Apple should hit a real, tradeable bottom, but investors need to wait until THIS happens, says Estimize analyst Christine Short.
The Fed is in a very weird place right now. Here's what Ron Insana thinks policy makers could say in their statement this week.
Obama can help ensure 401(k)s for small businesses are widely available and fairly priced by making sure THIS rule gets passed, says Shin Inoue.
A Bloomberg presidency is a real possibility, but only if he does THIS, say two GOP strategists.
The euro/dollar chart has two significant features. When combined, these two features confirm the long-term downside target of $1.00 to $1.01 for the euro.
Here are five reasons why financial advisor Jerry Lynch isn't panicked about the market selloff.