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An advisor formulates a bullish thesis on the stock market, then proceeds to swiftly dismantle his reasoning. Why? The FANG stocks.
IBM's Watson artificial intelligence platform has been hired to run an exchange-traded fund (ETF) picking US stocks.
Active funds are bleeding assets as index funds take in trillions. But there's one area in the market where active still works: bonds.
Even investors as old as 69 have more than half their 401(k) in stocks, as retirement bets on the market keep increasing.
Tech stocks tanked on Friday. I invested through the late 1990s and I can tell you the market made the right call to sell.
Why Treasury bond yields didn't move in the direction the market and traders would have expected after the Fed raised interest rates.
As fired FBI director Comey testifies in the Senate, it's a long shot, but it is time to think about market reaction to a 'President' Pence.
Vanguard Group founder Jack Bogle bottom lines investing success and financial happiness in 7 essential tips.
A major Warren Buffett fan agrees with the Berkshire Hathaway founder on so much about the markets, except for two fatal investing flaws.
Some market participants complained that the funds were risky and could cause unwitting buyers to sustain major losses.
The SEC is taking another look at a bitcoin ETF it rejected. Trump's imprint on SEC gives the controversial ETF a shot.
Investors looking for steady income are turning to MREITs that invest in mortgage-backed securities and real estate loans.
ForceShares has introduced two new exchange-traded funds that deliver four times the returns, either higher or lower, of S&P 500 futures.
Cathie Wood of Ark Invest is crushing most of the technology sector competition by making conviction bets on 'under assault' stocks.
Exchange-traded funds have taken in $170 billion so far this year, which works out to about $1.3 billion a day.
If your broker switches firms, you don't immediately need to decide what to do with your investments, says Barry Glassman, founder and president of Glassman Wealth Services.
CNBC's Michael Santoli breaks down whether the "pain trade" for stocks is now down or up ... or even something else.
Ahead of Netflix's next quarterly report on Tuesday, some investors say there's more room to fall.