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.
As global markets whipsaw from the shock of Brexit, US investors look for ways to safeguard their assets against continued volatility.
There are smart moves US investors can make now to safeguard their exposure in the UK and Europe, before the Brexit vote on Thursday.
These non-tech companies are investing heavily in technological innovation, giving a big boost to the bottom line.
Apple showed all the signs of a classic Warren Buffett stock long before Berkshire Hathaway announced a billion-dollar investment.
Investors may be overlooking a big reason why Apple and other tech companies have reported declines in sales. It's consumer gadget fatigue.
Sallie Krawcheck, one of the most powerful women on Wall St., has launched Ellevest, an online advisory for women. It has big backers.
A legendary investor shares his secrets on how to find — and profit from — an underloved stock poised for long-term growth.
Apple's fall has the pundits fearing a loss of its innovation edge, but a more fundamental, frightening market force is at work.
With two-thirds of the year left, there's ample time to rejigger your finances to trim taxable income and maximize deductions. Here's how.
Netflix has always been a volatile stock, but when panic about its future sets in, the smart money in the market knows how to trade it.
The rally is not over for this rebounding sector of the US economy. It's an opportunity that offers upside potential for investors.
George Milling-Stanley, head of strategy for the team supporting the $33 billion SPDR Gold (GLD) ETF, thinks gold has room left to run.
One of the reasons stock pickers are struggling is because value investing has lagged growth. But that's changing.
Industries supposed to do well in an improving economy have lagged, while defensive stocks have led the way. That may be about to change.
Hungry for revenue, states are becoming more aggressive in seizing money left in dormant accounts. Here's how to claim your money.
Yields on these funds are now 0.1%. If rates go negative, investors will earn zero. Theoretically, that could be the end of the industry.
The "doom loop" is shaking up stock markets as worries of negative interest rates in US may come. Here's what retail investors need to do.
A data-driven index of 100 large-cap companies best using technology to invest in and profit from new business opportunities.
Innovations in payments and financial services are highlighted at Money 20/20, the event where retail, data, and technology intersect.
Examining how top companies promote and manage innovation, leverage rapid change and use technology to grow exponentially.
A key airlines ETF dropped nearly 2 percent on Wednesday, after Southwest Airlines reported a quarterly profit fall of 33.6 percent.
Jim Cramer spoke with Norfolk Southern CEO Jim Squires on his innovative way to continue making money with cargoes on the decline.
Jim Crmaer unveils a bizarre pattern that is driving the stocks that rally this earnings season.