Dow futures rise again Thursday ahead of weekly data that's expected to push coronavirus-driven jobless claims to over 40 million.
Ackman also boasted the fund's massive returns thus far in 2020 while the broader market struggles amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Dow futures extend their gains and point to an over 600-point jump at Monday's open.
Dow futures extend their gains and point to a 650-point jump at Monday's open after positive coronavirus vaccine results.
Warren Buffett's call that "nothing can basically stop America" may be driving interest in U.S.-based exchange-traded funds, says State Street's Matthew Bartolini.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a massive toll on airline stocks, but legendary investor Bill Miller is sticking with them.
"When you looked under the hood, [Jeff Bezos] was the single best investor of our generation," Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya told CNBC.
David Trainer, CEO of Investment Research Firm New Constructs, sees three prime picks in some of the hardest-hit areas of Wall Street.
If the legendary value investor were a quant, which stocks would he pick up during the massive market plunge?
Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris said he would buy airlines, going against fellow billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who announced that Berkshire Hathaway sold all airline stocks at the firm's annual meeting on Saturday.
Warren Buffett has exited the airlines, but one trader says there could be pockets of opportunity elsewhere in the travel space.
As airline stocks tumble, investors in the U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) seem to betting on a further bailout for the group, says market researcher Dave Nadig.
The momentum in the biggest U.S. technology shares supported the broader market.
Buffett praised the Fed for its actions to blunt the effects of the coronavirus but said he worries about the repercussions.
"My own sense is the Fed went too far in going into the high-yield market," the Allianz economic advisor told CNBC on Monday. "You get people who shouldn't be borrowing raising money."
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett explains how the state of Big Banks is in a much healthier place during the coronavirus pandemic, which he says is helping the Fed.
Dow futures drop Monday as investors weighed some states reopening against escalating tensions between the U.S. and China over the coronavirus.
Covid-19 has infected more than 3.5 million people around the world as of Monday, killing at least 247,752 people.
Dow futures drop Monday as U.S.-China tensions escalate over the coronavirus. Airline stocks fell after Warren Buffett sold all of Berkshire's stakes in United, American, Southwest and Delta.
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett addresses the concerns surrounding whether insurance policies with help alleviate the economic distress many businesses are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.