Investor Jim Chanos is betting against GrubHub.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman on Thursday said he believes that the Federal Reserve is "screwing the savers."
"The president is very intent on getting the stock market up," says the legendary investor.
"We have not really added anything new to a lot of things we have," the Omega Advisors chief says.
In Wednesday's Financial Times, hedge fund manager and longtime Republican supporter Leon Cooperman said that while he opposed a wealth tax, he supports eliminating a feature of the tax code known as the "step-up in basis" for capital gains.
80% of investing on Wall Street is tied to passive or quantitative funds, JP Morgan estimates.
AbbVie's deal to buy Allergan for about $63 billion is a "nice exit from a tough situation," RBC Capital Markets analyst Randall Stanicky says.
For Barclays, the market could have more room to run if three things realize in the near future.
The billionaire investor says the stock market could get hurt if a far-left candidate wins the presidency next year.
The billionaire investor believes the stock market is in a "zone of fair value" at current levels.
Ned Davis, the founder of his namesake research firm, found success as a day trader for about three decades. But now, he wouldn't even try it.
Shares of major cannabis companies rallied Tuesday after New Jersey politicians outlined plans to legalize recreational marijuana use.
Leon Cooperman, a billionaire investor and the founder of Omega Advisors, is worried the U.S. may be steering too far left.
Lee Cooperman, Omega Advisors founder, chairman and CEO, sits down with CNBC's Leslie Picker to discuss his long-term economic concerns, shares his thoughts on socialism and on market conditions.
Lee Cooperman, Omega Advisors founder, chairman and CEO, sits down with CNBC's Leslie Picker to discuss the situation between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the SEC.
Lee Cooperman, Omega Advisors founder, chairman and CEO, sits down with CNBC's Leslie Picker to discuss his long-term economic concerns and shares this thoughts on socialism.
Lee Cooperman, Omega Advisors founder, chairman and CEO, sits down with CNBC's Leslie Picker to discuss Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell's comments and his take on market conditions.
The S&P 500's big dip in December and its subsequent recovery is likely to repeat this year, JP Morgan's Daniel Pinto says.
There's plenty to worry about, but I'm still finding a tremendous amount of value in the market," Cooperman says.
Keith Meister, founder of Corvex Management, advises stock investors in these tumultuous times to "do what you do really well."