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If you're sneaking cash payments to your nanny in 2018, you can expect to miss out on this $1,050 tax credit. How to clean up your books and get a break, as well.
Paul Tudor Jones said Monday that a new exchange-traded fund using one of his models on social impact is tracking the performance of the S&P 500 since its launch in June.
Facebook is Deutsche Bank's top pick among large internet stocks, with an "extremely attractive" valuation and a bevy of potential.
Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones says the stock market's wild ride will continue in 2019.
Tesla shares have roared higher as the rest of the market has spiraled down. Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson says a short squeeze could trigger a 45 percent rally.
The statue of the "Fearless Girl" has been moved to her new home in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
These are some of the best-performing analysts of 2018, and here are a few of the names they are betting on for 2019.
Wall Street's top marijuana analyst likes Marlboro maker Altria's $1.8 billion investment in Canadian pot company Cronos Group, telling clients the move represents a "unique entry into cannabis."
Citi lays out a new bear case for how low Apple stock could go.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgrades FedEx, citing the abrupt departure of the head of its Express unit last week.
Oil made a comeback in the past week, but energy stocks have not kept up. One technician says the charts point to a breakout ahead.
Traders point to several reasons for the selling, including an adverse ruling in a Chinese court against Apple and a flattening yield curve.
Ned Davis Research's Ed Clissold suggests this is no ordinary stock market correction.
With the right kind of planning, you can pass your retirement nest egg to younger generations. Just be sure to avoid these tax hiccups.
No company wants their proposed deal to become a political football in the 2020 presidential campaign. Plus, it will take some time for capital markets to digest megadeals like AT&T-Time Warner and Disney Fox.
The case for pessimism is beginning to build up just as quickly as the market has been sliding down.