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It's time to rethink long positions in stocks, Dennis Gartman says.
Amid a market of treachery, Cramer provides a 10 step guide for market navigation, and warning investors that certain stocks exposed could go lower.
Just 5 out of 1,000 people have what it takes to become the next Zuckerberg. A Gallup study reveals the top traits needed for success.
Fund managers are much less confident in the outlook of the global economy and corporate profitability.
Scam artists are hoping to bank on people's fear of Ebola, offering all kinds of products they're marketing as the latest cure.
Darden Restaurants said Chief Operating Officer Gene Lee would take over as its interim chief executive, replacing Clarence Otis.
More boomers caring for aging parents are seeking help from the limited numbers of financial advisors fluent in elder-care issues.
Citi also reported a 13 percent rise in third-quarter profit, helped by better results from its troubled assets left over from the financial crisis.
JPMorgan reported a third-quarter profit, as it moved past huge legal claims that caused it to book a rare loss in the same quarter last year.
Not every financial advisor is running to join the ETF bandwagon. CNBC FA Council member Tim Maurer gives three reasons to avoid ETFs.
Unlike its competition, though, the August Smart Lock will be sold at Apple stores instead of your traditional hardware stores alone.
The topic everyone on Wall Street is discussing urgently but quietly isn’t the volatile stock market. It is Ebola.
Wells Fargo reported quarterly earnings and revenue that were in line with analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
J&J reported strong earnings, boosted by sales of a new drug for hepatitis C that are expected to evaporate in coming months due to competition.
Small business optimism fell as more owners said they expected a slowdown in profits and sales, tightening credit and a harder time filling jobs.
The world is getting richer as global wealth surged to 20 percent above its pre-crisis peak in 2007, according to new research by Credit Suisse.
A new study says millions others cannot afford to buy the average used vehicle in their city.
Earnings from major banks and tech companies can't come soon enough for investors hoping to avoid more losses.
Concerned about potential security risks, the U.S. government is taking a close look at the sale of the Waldorf Astoria hotel to a Chinese insurance company.
Oil prices may have tumbled but demand is set to make a modest recovery in 2015, says the International Energy Agency (IEA).