The Trump rally has run out of steam, but millionaire investors still believe stocks are the best bet in America.
The market moved up so fast after the election that investors got spooked. But JPMorgan's earnings show the rally is for real.
The president-elect plans to revitalize our nation's roads, bridges and airports. Here's how to find stock plays poised to benefit.
Investment guru Jim Rogers has a contrarian message for U.S. investors in the wake of the Trump presidency: Buy Russia; China is too risky.
A luxury safe haven, dog room and kids reading nook are becoming popular home add-ons. A look at today's high-end real estate amenities.
The Dow will hit 20,000 — at some point — but the psychological resonance of the stock market milestone is more than its investment value.
Michael Purves, Weeden & Company, talks about the market trends he is watching into the new year, and where he sees investment opportunities.
The top fund managers of 2016 are contrarian investors who are betting on small caps and commodities, not companies on the Dow.
As the Dow inches toward the 20,000-point milestone, analysts give predictions on sectors poised for growth in 2017.
Many blue-chips in various sectors — from biotech to energy — are still trading at low valuations and offer value for investors.
The market rally might be too far, too fast, says Jeff Kravetz at U.S. Bank WM.
The stock market hit a historic high, thanks to Trump's policy pledges. Now it's time to focus on the Fed and earnings, experts say.
Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania professor, discusses the likelihood of seeing the Dow hit 20,000 by the end of the year as well as his outlook for the markets.
The President Trump shocker is going to complicate Wednesday trading for day traders, but they have a plan to win.
Willem Buiter, Citi Global Chief Economist and John Sweeney, Fidelity Investments EVP, weigh in on the market playbook post-election.
Since 1952, the Dow and the S&P 500 have climbed the day before an election 81.3 percent of the time, according to Stock Trader's Almanac.
Berkshire Hathaway, Chipotle and Toyota are making waves on Wall Street to jump start the trading week.
Market jitters don't end when Americans cast ballots. There will be plenty of reasons to stay in protect-your-money mode after the election.
Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management Group Chief Investment Strategist, and CNBC Contributor Ron Insana discuss what political factors Wall Street is pricing in and how investors should be positioned.
If Clinton wins the presidential election, stocks will rally, according to historical trend data. As the race tightens, expect volatility.
Coverage of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Take an in-depth look at the world of modern medicine - examining the treatments, companies and people making a difference in the way we treat illness and injuries today, and laying the foundation for the medical treatments of tomorrow.
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Shares of Walgreen Boots Alliance and Rite Aid are trading lower after the merger of the two drugstore companies is facing US antitrust concerns.
The Apple chip provider reported first quarter earnings of $1.61 per share on revenues of $914 million.
Former heavyweight splits earnings into two separate companies.