CNBC's Jim Cramer said Jerome Powell's upcoming news conference could hit the market if the Fed chief "slips up" when facing persistent inflation questions.
Markets participants will continue to ignore risks "until the Fed stops canceling market signals," says hedge fund pioneer Stanley Druckenmiller.
Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel explained in a CNBC interview the situations that would cause him to get more cautious on the stock market.
"Right now, treacherously, we're still playing the game to some extent," billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller told CNBC.
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman was an early investor in Coupang. Now, Ackman said he's donated his entire 26.5 million shares to three charities.
Billionaire investors Stanley Druckenmiller and Bill Ackman backed the South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang well before Thursday's stock market debut.
If one of the six biggest U.S. banks decides to embrace bitcoin, it would be a major stamp of legitimacy for the nascent asset class.
"This is about the wildest cocktail I've ever seen in terms of trying to figure out a roadmap," Druckenmiller said.
Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie says more money from the financial world needs to flow into bitcoin in order for it to stabilize.
The price of bitcoin rallied to a fresh all-time high over the weekend, briefly topping the $34,000 mark.
The cryptocurrency surged over $30,000 for the first time on Saturday and advanced more than 300% in 2020, Reuters reported.
Bitcoin's price is now up more than 200% since the start of the year.
Stanley Druckenmiller advised investors against being short the stock market as news on the coronavirus front jolted a big rotation.
The market is in a mania fueled by the Fed and investor speculation that will end badly in coming years, Stanley Druckenmiller says.
Stocks continued their climb on Monday on optimism over a recovering economy. Here are five experts on what's behind the rally.
"It's almost as if people decided Covid is over. It's a 'V-shaped' rally, and you better get on board," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.
The billionaire investor acknowledged that the massive market rebound recently has "humbled" him.
"I have the least growth weighting in my portfolio that I've had in maybe six or seven years," Druckenmiller told CNBC.
Longtime hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller said he has returned just 3% during the market's 40% rally since the S&P 500's springtime bottom.
Leading health insurance companies sank after polling data showed Sanders eclipsed longtime Democratic front-runner Joe Biden.