Budd Bugatch, Raymond James managing director, and Oliver Chen, Cowen & Co. senior retail analyst, discuss Walmart's quarterly earnings release and what it signals about the state of the U.S. consumer.
As the Turkish economy descends into crisis and the lira tanks, the markets fear a broader global contagion. But investors who are holding emerging markets stocks for the right reason, long-term diversification, should not panic.
Baby boomers nervous about their nest egg falling short pursue self-directed IRAs, individual retirement accounts that invest beyond stocks, bonds and mutual funds. But the SEC says fraudsters have an eye on the $100 billion market.
Reva Goujon, Stratfor VP of global analysis, and Bulent Aliriza, Center for Strategic and International Studies, analyze the collapsing Turkish economy and how it will affect global markets.
Tesla shares have been on the move since Elon Musk said he may take the company private at a valuation of $420 per share. Tesla shareholders who decide to sell will miss out on a future value driver: Tesla’s proprietary AI chip.
Steven Cook, Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow and "False Dawn" author, discusses the political situation in Saudi Arabia, including the actions of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and rising tensions with Canada.
Dick Weil, who has just named the sole CEO of Janus Henderson, discusses the impact and uncertainty of Brexit and a global trade war, as well as the performance of the firm and star manager Bill Gross.
If you are worried your nest egg will come up short, there are a range of real estate plays that could boost your retirement income and put you over the finish line. Here is an overview of the opportunities — and some of the risks — involved.
CNBC's Becky Quick calls in to discuss Ron Baron of Baron Capital's response to news that Elon Musk is considering taking Tesla private.
Preparing for a correction or bear market is not about an all or nothing decision. It’s about making sure you are investing within your risk tolerance. Answer these four questions to know if you are on track to ride out a major decline in stocks.
Fidelity becomes the first fund company to offer core index funds with zero management fees. Kathleen Murphy, Fidelity Personal Investment Business President, joins the 'Power Lunch' team to discuss Fidelity's new Zero Total Market Index Fund and Fidelity Zero International Index Fund.
Fidelity Investments is launching two core equity index funds with no management fee, the first mutual funds to be offered without an expense ratio.
With Apple reporting strong earnings, the debate is still on about whether the long reign of growth stocks is over after the Facebook and Netflix-led sudden tech sell-off. Slower growing value stocks have been outperforming.
O'Shares founder Kevin O'Leary on whether it's time to buy the tech dip. With CNBC's Brian Sullivan and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
Broker commissions and other fees can cost frequent traders hundreds of dollars each year and, in some cases, even thousands. Fortunately, there are an ever-growing number of investment apps that waive fees entirely, or nearly so.
For investors trying to make sense of the huge decline in Facebook shares and where it and the rest of the FANG stocks go from here, there is a simple, compelling way to think about it. A major fault line has been exposed: consumer vs. enterprise.
Odds have been rising that higher crude oil prices will spark a recession. This is not a surprise: The last five recessions were all preceded by a spike in oil. But a recent downturn in oil shows that a correction could occur too.
The bond market event that investors need to be following isn't Trump's sudden attack on the Federal Reserve or the rising interest rates that current Fed policy is dictating, but the risk of an inverted yield curve. It is a recession precursor.
Discussing President Trump's comments to CNBC about the Federal Reserve and monetary policy decisions with Gerald O’Driscoll, Cato Institute senior fellow and former Dallas Fed vice president; Joe Lavorgna, Natixis chief economist; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Investors beware: thousands of actively managed mutual funds and ETFs have closed over the years or have merged. Many are merged into existing funds and hide poor performance statistics.
Featuring top lawmakers, CEOs and administration officials, Capital Exchange focuses on how business and government can better collaborate to create jobs and economic growth.
A look at 50 private companies set to reshape the business landscape.
Frontline insights and unique views on key issues and challenges facing today’s CFOs.
Interviewing techniques and technology can tell you a lot about a company.
PG&E's stock has lost more than half its value as shareholders flee the utility amid concerns that its equipment may be partly responsible for the most destructive wildfire in California's history.
"From a 50,000 feet viewpoint, we're probably in a global debt bubble," Jones said at the Greenwich Economic Forum in Connecticut. "Global debt to GDP is at an all-time high."