Hedge-fund manager Paul Tudor Jones said Monday he is bullish U.S. stocks this year, noting American equities will outperform their global counterparts.
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.
"From a 50,000-feet viewpoint, we're probably in a global debt bubble," Paul Tudor Jones said at the Greenwich Economic Forum in Connecticut. "Global debt to GDP is at an all-time high."
“The upside of the market is that we can get to 3,000" on the S&P 500, says Blackstone's Bryon Wien.
Several experienced market veterans predict the U.S. and China will eventually reach a satisfactory trade deal.
Unless companies and investors step up and change their priorities, inequality will get worse and the government will be forced to step in to close the wealth gap.
Today's definition of capitalism needs an overhaul because of income inequality, billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones tells CNBC.
Paul Tudor Jones shares his market views on CNBC's "Squawk Box" Tuesday.
Paul Tudor Jones predicts a big stock market rally after the midterm elections.
Hedge fund magnate Paul Tudor Jones says the Fed is well behind the curve when it comes to setting interest rates.
An exchange-traded fund will focus on firms that, according to a complex formula, score best in areas like worker treatment, pay, and environmental responsibility.
U.S. stocks held steady after President Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un signed a historic agreement aimed at establishing a "peace regime."
Paul Tudor Jones recommends investors buy commodities and "hard assets."
Hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones calls Congress' $1.5 trillion tax cut something we will "regret."
"As real long-term interest rates rise, stock prices fall," but that's probably not the cause of the wild market swings, Greenspan says.
Paul Tudor Jones says there are bubbles in stocks and bonds.
Hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones believes markets are in a dangerous financial bubble due to the Fed's "arbitrary" inflation target.
Deutsche Bank's chief economist, Mikihiro Matsuoka, compared the market capitalization of several countries' stock markets to their national gross domestic product.
Wall Street's top dogs partied the night away at the 2016 Robin Hood benefit Monday night in New York City, and raised money for a worthy cause.
What keeps Johann Rupert, chairman of Richemont, up at night? The growing wealth gap.