Active funds are taking the ETF world by storm. Two money managers on what's behind the hype and strategy.
While investors have many asset options to choose from, ETFs may offer a distinct advantage, experts say.
California lawmakers urge the SEC to include scope 3 emissions in their forthcoming climate disclosure regulations.
Two whistleblowers' complaint to the SEC about Tesla alleged that Elon Musk's automaker may have run afoul of securities laws and flouted accounting standards.
Freedom Holding is under investigation by the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission after short sellers raised concerns.
Citadel Securities identified certain short sales as long sales, and vice versa, during a five-year period, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.
The Russia-born coder, who built ethereum in his late teens, doesn't stay long in one place anymore. Meanwhile, the list of places he won't go keeps growing.
Regulators have delayed a decision on the first spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds. Here's what investors need to know before purchasing.
The SEC has fined an LA-based media company $6.1 million for the alleged sale of its NFTs as unregistered securities. Here's what investors should know.
Real estate investment trusts buy and manage commercial-scale properties. In recent years, the industry has repositioned for growth in residential housing.
Some experts are worried the securitization market around student loans could pose a systematic risk to the American economy.
Student loans are a big business. The U.S. has amassed more than $1.7 trillion in outstanding student debt. But while more than 43 million Americans are currently holding student debt, many are unaware of what exactly happens with their loans after they are issued. Billions of dollars worth of student loans are packaged and sold as assets known as SLABS to some of the biggest investors in America. So what exactly are SLABS and how do they help Wall Street profit from student loans?
Grayscale's court victory against the SEC may be good for bitcoin, but some on Wall Street are concerned the ruling doesn't offer as much hope for Coinbase.
As more retail investors trade penny stocks, innocent traders could be become victims. These equities are more vulnerable to fraud and have a history of multimillion-dollar scams. "I'm getting a lot of calls from investors who are duped and getting scammed by penny-stock operators," Jacob Zamansky, an investment fraud lawyer, told CNBC. Watch this video to learn more about how penny stocks inspired a new breed of investors, high-stakes gamblers, risk-taking fraudsters and enforcement crackdowns.
Kazakhstan's Freedom Holding is helping Russian oligarchs evade sanctions and launder funds, according to a report from short seller Hindenburg Research.
Illumina's acquisition of cancer test developer Grail has also faced heavy scrutiny from antitrust regulators in the U.S. and European Union.
The Ark 21Shares fund is seen as the first in line for a potential bitcoin ETF launch, though the SEC could choose to approve many funds at about the same time.
Owen Lau of Oppenheimer shares why he is optimistic on Coinbase's prospects and discusses the regulatory and legislative environment for cryptocurrency exchanges.
Richard Schueler, also known as Richard Heart, defrauded investors out of millions through his Hex cryptoasset, the SEC alleged.
Meta users have less than one month left to apply for their share of a $725 million settlement over Facebook privacy violations.