Crude prices popped after the Trump administration announced that it would no longer grant exemptions to U.S. sanctions on Iran, and experts say it could be good for stocks. » Read More
By: Lizzy Gurdus
Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are just some of the consumer staples giants set to report earnings this week, and experts say the group's still worth considering. » Read More
By: Sarah O'Brien
As the annual trustees report warns of impending trouble if Congress doesn't act, advocates hope lawmakers take action to both strengthen the program's finances and expand its benefits. » Read More
By: Fred Imbert
Health care's sharp drop comes as investors worry that left-leaning policy ideas like universal health coverage are gaining support. » Read More
President Trump's landmark tax legislation will benefit rich households in red states more than those in blue states, a new study finds.
Fear that has been accompanying this record-long bull market since the beginning could drive the market to new highs.
Josh Brown took questions from our Twitter audience during his live show. One was about the hedging of a unique risk and it prompted @ReformedBroker to get personal.
Josh Brown, the @ReformedBroker, took questions from our Twitter audience during his live show. One person asked about investing a $10,000 commission-based pay day.
The majority of consumers who asked their card issuer in the last year to waive a fee or reduce their interest rate were successful in getting a break.
Whether you're considering a complete overhaul or slight renovation of your home, energy improvements can save you thousands of dollars per year.
The options market is not pricing in how volatile trading could get in the wake of earnings releases by Facebook and Amazon on Wednesday and Thursday.
Evercore downgraded Tesla to underperform from in-line.
This week is the busiest week of earnings, and Craig Johnson and Mark Tepper say Amazon is the name to watch ahead of earnings.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
There is a great niche for investors to explore in what is called sustainable investing — which focuses on environmental, social and governance factors — if they are willing to take a long-term view.
The space for exchange-traded funds is broadening, with major institutions like Goldman Sachs now moving towards factor-based investing. Goldman's ETF chief explains the draw of buying based on appealing characteristics.
As the gig economy grows, it's easier than ever to be your own boss. But you still have to answer to Uncle Sam.
Health-care stocks suffered a scare this week. The XLV health-care sector ETF tumbled more than 4%, its worst week of the year.
The market thrives on novelty that's useful or desirable, and as a career investor, it's these radical changes across all the sectors that helps keep my job interesting.