Investing

Strategist Lee: Market to fall the rest of the year, but FANG stocks will outperform

Fundstrat's Tom Lee reiterated his call for a market pullback, but remained bullish on FANG stocks due to their "astounding" growth rates.<p>FANG is an …

Markets

IBM Pay Plan Narrowly Passes With 46% of Investors Opposed - Bloomberg

IBM’s compensation plan for top executives drew record shareholder opposition after the board boosted Chief Executive Officer Ginni Rometty’s pay …

Business

2 Highly Unconventional Tips to Help You Save Money and Invest More Wisely

Don't buy a house and don't send your kids to college.<p><i>What are the most useful money investment and saving tricks? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p><b>Answer by James Altucher, Author,</b> …

Money

Ask a Fool: Are There Any Stocks Under $10 Worth Buying?

Q: Are any stocks under $10 per share worth buying now?<p>First of all, it's important to point out that for the most part, a stock's price is an arbitrary number. Think of it this way: If Company A has 1,000,000 outstanding shares of stock that trade for $5, and Company B has 100,000 shares that each …

Stocks

What it's like working for Warren Buffett: 'It's literally just reading about 12 hours a day'

As Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting approaches next week, Warren Buffett shared how hiring his two investment managers was "one of the best …

Warren Buffett

Money is pouring into the world's hottest investment product at nearly a record-setting pace

Investing the US has rarely been this popular, and exchange-traded funds have been the investment vehicle of choice.<p>Traders poured $23.56 billion into US funds and ETFs during the week ended Wednesday, less than $1.5 billion shy of the all-time record seen in March 2015, according to data compiled …

Finance

How major US stock market indexes fared on Friday

U.S. stock indexes ended modestly lower Friday, narrowly missing a fourth record-high close this week for the Nasdaq composite index. Phone companies, banks and materials stocks were among the big decliners. Technology stocks gained the most, while health care and energy also bucked the broader …

Markets

The 5 Top-Producing Gold Mines in the World

Image source: Getty Images.<p>For thousands of years -- since ancient Egypt -- people have been digging gold out of the ground, and it likely will continue to be highly valued for many years to come.<p>Around the world, people have found places to sink their shovels and satisfy their appetites for the …

gold

10 Clever Ways Millennials Can Save Extra Money Every Month

These add up, fast.<p>Every college graduate knows the feeling: you're done with school and life is yours for the taking. The only problem is that you have to find a job (and hopefully one you enjoy), you may (or may not) have loans that you'll soon have to make payments on, your entirely responsible …

Personal Finance

Tips for Living Together Without Going Nuts

Moving in with your partner before getting married is a big step legally, financially, and emotionally. Here are some compelling cohabitation tips from the experts.<p><b>Legal and Financial Steps</b><p>Don’t combine finances in a permanent way.<p>Don’t co-sign for a credit card or a loan together. By law, you are …

Personal Finance

What Trump's Done—or Undone—for Business in 100 Days

What Trump’s Done—or Undone—for Business in 100 Days<p>By Shannon Pettypiece and David Ingold<p>President Donald Trump came into office with big promises …

S&P 500

AbbVie: Analyzing The Revenue Streams

On the surface the first quarter earnings results were great.<p>Strong demand for Humira continued here at home and abroad as they increased 22.8% and …

Stocks

Jeff Bezos is closing in on the title of world's richest person (AMZN)

Steve Jurvetson / Wikimedia Commons<p>Shares of Amazon are are up 3.76% in the pre-market trade, which means that overnight the net-worth of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos grew by approximately $2.8 billion to $81.5 billion.<p>The move is in response to Amazon's huge earnings beat. The retail behemoth reported …

Wealth

Five reasons why HR software implementations fail

<b>Research shows that businesses’ expectations of what HR systems can deliver often outstrip the reality. What are the key factors that influence</b> …

Management

Jeremy Siegel’s bullish call: This is a ‘goldilocks situation’ for stocks

It's no secret that Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel tends to be a market bull. After all, he may be most famous for penning a classic …

Stocks

10 Tips to Teach Your Child to Save

April 28, 2017, is Teach Your Children to Save Day – an event that is all about enlisting parents to help their kids become money smart from an early …

Personal Finance

Take action against cow vigilantes or ‘face allegations of complicity’: Human Rights Watch to Centre

The NGO, in a report, accused senior BJP leaders of instigating ‘hate crimes’ in the guise of protecting the animal.<p>The Human Rights Watch on …

Mutual Funds

Hedge fund boss ‘assaulted wife, kept her prisoner and demanded she line up his beans’

<b>A woman has claimed her hedge fund boss husband subjected her to assaults and systematic bullying that included her having to neatly lay out his</b> …

Crime

Trump’s Tax Plan Hits First Land Mine: Blue State Republicans - Bloomberg

President Donald Trump’s pledge to repeal Obamacare ran into a Republican buzz saw. Now, his ambitious proposal to cut taxes is again encountering …

Personal Finance

Cramer's game plan: An earnings bonanza brings many chances to buy

Jim Cramer looks ahead to a tidal wave of earnings and seeks out buying opportunities.

Jim Cramer

In first 100 days, a reversal of fortune for Trump favorites on Wall Street

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A funny thing happened on Wall Street in Donald Trump's first 100 days in the White House: Shares of companies that got closest to the president lagged the market's march higher.<p>Meanwhile, stocks from sectors that have had less access, and have faced occasional bluster …

Markets

TaylorMade to sell clubs on installment plan, instant upgrades

The Turn by TaylorMade to include finance payment plans for M1, M2 drivers and irons, as well as P750 and P770 irons<p>TaylorMade’s new The Turn club purchasing program provides a format for golfers to buy the company’s latest drivers and irons on a monthly plan rather than a one-time big-ticket …

Golf

How hard is Apple’s stock going to crash?

Another day, another analyst shouting BUY BUY BUY on Apple’s stock, based on the upcoming iPhone 8 launch. This week, Credit Suisse analyst Kulbinder …

Markets

What every Canadian investor needs to know today

Equity Markets<p>The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average were little changed at the open on Friday after data showed the U.S. economy grew at its weakest pace in three years in the first quarter, while strong tech earnings propelled the Nasdaq to a record high. U.S. trade policies and continued …

Markets

Top investor bets against 'dizzying' American stocks

Donald Trump’s election has put fire in the belly of the US stock market. Investors have become excited about the dealmakers in his administration and his plans to cut taxes and spend big on roads and other infrastructure projects.<p>The likely flipside of rampant government spending is higher …

Finance

VantagePoint Hot Stocks Outlook Video for Week 01 May 2017

The Hot Stocks Outlook uses VantagePoint’s market forecasts that are up to 86% accurate to demonstrate how traders can improve their timing and …

Trading

STOCKS SLIP AFTER GDP WHIFFS: Here's what you need to know

Stocks slid slightly to end the week after US GDP growth missed the mark, hitting its lowest level in three years.<p>All three major US stock indexes finished in the red on Friday, with the Dow Jones industrial average sliding the most.<p>We've got all the headlines, but first, the scoreboard:<p><b>Dow:</b> …

Markets

Trump rally is 2nd best since JFK

The Trump rally has come in three waves. It was kicked off soon after the election with exuberance over the Trump agenda. It was dealt a blow by political reality, and has since matured into cautious optimism.<p>All in all, the stock market performance through President Trump's 100th day in office on …

Markets

The average student loan debt in every state

It was big news when outstanding student loan debt surpassed credit card debt and then later exceeded $1 trillion for the first time. That shocking statistic keeps climbing, with no sign of slowing down: Americans now have more than $1.4 trillion in unpaid education debt, according to the Federal …

Personal Finance

Think Retail Is Suffering? Here's 1 Fast-Growing Retail Stock to Buy Today

The retail sector has seen better days. <b>Sears Holdings</b> may be on its last leg, <b>J.C. Penney's</b> once-possible rebound is floundering, <b>Macy's</b> is closing stores, and The Limited is closing all of its retail stores. For investors in the retail space, still-growing retail names are becoming increasingly hard …

Stocks